Sermons from orthodox #Anglicans

Online Sermons and Podcasts from ANiC Churches Anglican Network Church of the Good Shepherd, Richmond, BC (Chinese) Anglican Network Church of the Good Shepherd, Vancouver, BC Blackburn Hamlet Community Church, Blackburn Hamlet, ON Celebration Church, Barrie, ON - weekly radio show Church of the Good Shepherd, St. Catharines, ON Church of the Messiah, Ottawa, ON … Continue reading Sermons from orthodox #Anglicans

Prayer

A. W. Pink, “…what is now being taught on the subject of prayer, and the deplorable thing is that scarcely a voice is lifted in protest. To say that “human destinies may be changed and moulded by the will of man” is rank infidelity—that is the only proper term for it. Should any one challenge this … Continue reading Prayer

Four Marks

Archbishop Foley Beach: I will call these the “Four Marks of Continuing a Spirit-filled Movement” or rather “Four Marks of Modern Anglicanism” You see, we could go on playing Church and being religious and make no impact spiritually in our world. Yes, we could be married to our forms and traditions and remain a holy … Continue reading Four Marks

Gnosticism’s Influence on Early Church Monasticism and Asecticism

Reblog from Orthodox Christian Theology written by Craig Truglia in October 2016: Several crucial doctrines separate Roman Catholicism/Eastern Orthodoxy/Etcetera from Reformed Christianity. Among these are the beliefs in baptismal regeneration, propitiatory penances, and the idea that sexual gratification (even in marriage) exists only for the purpose of procreation. What if I told you that not only are … Continue reading Gnosticism’s Influence on Early Church Monasticism and Asecticism

Short Prayers

Wiki: Jakob Böhme (/ˈbeɪmə, ˈboʊ-/;[2] 1575 – 17 November 1624) was a German Christian mystic and theologian. He was considered an original thinker by many of his contemporaries[3] within the Lutheran tradition, and his first book, commonly known as Aurora, caused a great scandal. In contemporary English, his name may be spelled Jacob Boehme; in seventeenth-century England it was also spelled Behmen, approximating the contemporary English pronunciation … Continue reading Short Prayers

CALVIN ON POSTURE IN WORSHIP

Source: The Calvinist International SITTING ON THE PROMISES?  Two of the more common gestural accompaniments of prayer and worship in Scripture are kneeling and the lifting of one’s hands. In several places in the Institutes and his commentaries, John Calvin reflects on the usefulness of such practices for Christian prayer and sketches an outline of … Continue reading CALVIN ON POSTURE IN WORSHIP

AGAINST TRANSUBSTANTIATION

FIFTY-FIVE THESES AGAINST TRANSUBSTANTIATION Rev. Prof. Dr. F.N. Lee First. Together with Holy Scripture, I assert the real presence of Christ, personally, at His Sacraments and in His Word and through His Spirit. Exactly that assertion of the omnipresence there of the Son of God, impels me to deny His physical presence in and under … Continue reading AGAINST TRANSUBSTANTIATION