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Word & Table

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Word & Table

Alex Wilgus & Stephen Gauthier

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Word and Table is a weekly podcast about liturgy, sacrament, and the great tradition of Christian worship and why it is vital in our world today. It is hosted by Fr. Alex Wilgus, rector at Redemption Anglican Church in Frisco, TX and features Fr. Stephen Gauthier, the Canon Theologian of the Diocese of the Upper Midwest in the Anglican Church in North America
 
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Devices and Desires

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Devices and Desires

Fr. Bryan Wandel, Fr. Andrew Thebeau, James Kibby

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We're taking a deeper dive into the culture we live in. We'll need three things: (1) An understanding of the culture we find ourselves in. (2) A sharp analysis of the cracks in the smooth, seemingly solid narrative that our culture tells us about what it means to live a good life. (3) A new imagination of what it looks like for the gospel of Christ to open up and thrive from within the cracks of our culture. This podcast comes from clergy and laypeople at Church of the Atonement in Buffalo, ...
 
The Anglican Justice and Mercy Podcast interviews on-the-ground practitioners who are steeped in a variety of areas of justice and mercy. Hosted by the Matthew 25 Initiative Director, Christine Warner, and long-time Matthew 25 leader, Herb Bailey, each month you’ll catch a fresh interview with someone who is living a faithful and gritty Matthew 25 life. Also find previous Matthew 25 Gathering talks below.
 
A podcast from the Society of Scholar Priests. The Society of Scholar-Priests exists to welcome theology home. We want to rekindle the theological vocation and imagination of The Episcopal Church and the Anglican Church of Canada. We want to do that by supporting, mentoring, and helping to fund scholar-priests and by working with bishops and other leaders to connect them with parishes that need stable and effective leadership. These podcasts present recordings of our webinars, in which we in ...
 
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Matt recently gave a talk at entitled, “Beauty and Natural Theology in The Lord of the Rings.” Matt argued that the Lord of the Rings, in addition to being a wonderful story, also serves as a narrative argument for the reality of beauty. Tolkien was a classical thinker who believed that Beauty is not merely subjective, defined by “the eye of the be…
 
When James and John come to Jesus with a request to sit on his right and left in the kingdom, Jesus tells them that while they will follow in his footsteps and make him known, they cannot sit where they desire. To cling to glory is to miss the humility necessary to walk with Christ. To receive glory means one must be humbled to the service of other…
 
What should we make of the rich young man who asks Jesus what he must do to inherit eternal life? Isn’t there something wrong with the idea of “doing something” to inherit something else? What is the condition of this man’s heart? How does Jesus show him compassion? These questions are thought about in this sermon from Father Jeremiah. Image: Woodc…
 
When the Pharisees asked Jesus about divorce, he led them to the beginning of the Scriptures and revealed that divorce ultimately flows, not from the command of God, but out of the hardheartedness of humanity. Our hardheartedness toward spouses is the outworking of our hardheartedness towards God himself and our very idolatry by which we forsake Go…
 
Bishop Terrell Glenn helps us to understand Jesus’ admonition to cut off our parts that cause us to sin. It is a matter of life and death because life in the Kingdom is so much more important than anything else in this world. Image: skull human anatomy vintage, uploaded by Andrea Stöckel, public domain, from https://www.publicdomainpictures.net/en/…
 
St. James confronts his readers with the reality that their fighting flows from selfish sin within and their lack of wisdom. For them to gain wisdom they only need ask God, but that wisdom will lead to humility and a seeing others as more important. And through that, the grace of God will flow to them. However, back of all of this is already God’s …
 
St. James confronts his hearers with their sin of favoritism of the rich over the poor and connects it to the reality that our faith will work itself out with good deeds that reflect the change that God the Father has accomplished in us. How do we respond to this? How does our faith show up in our actions? Does your faith work itself out with the t…
 
Do you easily forget what you look like when you look into a mirror and then look away? Father Jeremiah tells us about St. James’ words regarding this mirror that reflects a forgettable image and what it means regard the Word of God. Image: Narcissus, Caravaggio, Public domain, via Wikimedia Commons www.gracegastonia.com/sermon-blog/2021/9/5/the-im…
 
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 …
 
Father Clay Thompson is our guest preaching for this Sunday. In this sermon, he leads us through the Armor of God as presented to us in Ephesians 6. He reminds us that the purpose of this armor is to enable us to fight the good fight of faith through our prayers and confession of the Gospel. May we all take to heart the calling to fight through pra…
 
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