Author Topic: From 1904: the Russian Church critiques the Anglican Book of Common Prayer  (Read 2963 times)

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The Antiochians later used this report to come up with their corrected Book of Common Prayer used by their Western Rite.

http://justus.anglican.org/resources/pc/alcuin/tract12.html
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This made for an interesting pre-dinner read...thanks, Serge!
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"What people say when they speak on their own account is repellent and murksome, for their words do not come from the living spring of the Spirit, but are spawned from the morass of their own heart, a bog infested with the leeches, snakes and frogs of desire, delusion and dissipation; the water of their knowledge is evil-smelling, turbid and torpid, sickening to those who drink it and filling them with nausea and disgust."

Gregory of Sinai, On Commandments and Doctrines