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For many Protestants, October is "Reformation Month." How should we regard that period? What good, if any, can come from a 500 year old protest movement? Why should it matter to those of us for whom conversion to Rome holds as much allure as the prospect of a root canal? Maybe more than you think. It is possible that by reacting against your Protes…
 
The Greek word for creed is the word “symbolon,” from which we get our English word, “symbol.” The word refers to two parts of a seal or token placed together in order to prove a person’s identity. The Creeds function in just this way. Our individual confession of faith is one half of the symbol, the historic faith shared by the whole Church is the…
 
What makes Lutheran worship different from Anglican or Presbyterian forms? Would your average Anglican miss the hymns in an Anglican service? Why do Presbyterian services give so much time to the sermon? These were among several of the topics discussed in this recording with Korey Maas (Lutheran), Miles Smith (Anglican), and D. G. Hart (Presbyteria…
 
Rejecting the creeds does not leave us standing in a fresh meadow with a newly-discovered Bible. Rather, it leaves us with the latest heretical balloon juice cooked up down at the Knee-Deep-in-Glory worship center, which as it happens, has yet to meet a wind of doctrine that it didn’t like. But for those who desire to continue in the Apostles’ Doct…
 
Reverend Philip de Grey-Warter is the rector of the Anchor Anglican Church Fowey, Cornwall, UK, a new church started in October 2019, and for the previous 17 years was vicar of Fowey, UK. In this episode, Fr. Zac chats with Philip about his Anglican formation and the new work he's doing at Anchor Anglican. Contact us: adorientempodcast@gmail.com On…
 
Matt and Anne discuss the book “Cynical Theories” by James Lindsay and Helen Pluckrose. The authors are not Christian but their critique of the various forms of Critical Theory presently dividing western society (including the church) over questions of race, sex, and sexuality is both trenchant and thorough and it helps explain the zeal with which …
 
Yes, that's a bit of a tease (maybe more) but it may be the best way to encourage people to listen to a conversation about church polity. Anglicans, Lutherans, and Presbyterians have many differences in theology and worship and these are likely the easiest to identify. But when it comes to the structures of government that bind and unify each of th…
 
Fr. Theron Walker is the rector of Emmaus Anglican Church in Castle Rock Colorado. In this episode, he shares his journey from the Assemblies of God, to liberal Episcopalianism to the faith once delivered in Christ. Contact us: adorientempodcast@gmail.com On Twitter @adorientempod On the Web Ad Orientem Podcast On Facebook facebook.com/ad.orientem.…
 
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