Friday, December 19, 2014

BABA, BABA, BABA…………….THERE ARE BABA AND THERE ARE BABA !!!

February 19, 2012  
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Introduction Please find below an article by a member of the Cathedral congregation, Dr. Olufemi Ogundipe. Dr. Ogundipe, who calls himself “A peasant from Eruuwon,”... [Read more]

Remember Me

December 9, 2011  
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Remember Me December 9, 2011 The words “remember me” are some of the most intriguing in the English language (and even more so in the Greek language of the Septuagint... [Read more]

JAMES, JAMES, and JAMES

July 23, 2011  
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JAMES, JAMES and JAMES Which James is which? If you are confused about which James is which in the New Testament, you are not alone. Bible scholars can’t figure it out... [Read more]

Celebrating the 400th anniversary of the King James Bible

July 22, 2011  
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Celebrating the 400th anniversary of the King James Bible

A very brief HISTORY OF THE ENGLISH BIBLE The first English Bibles were hand-written by John Wycliffe and the Lollards in the 1380s. Johann Guttenberg began printing Bibles... [Read more]

The King James’ Bible 1611-2011

February 18, 2011  
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The King James’ Bible is one of the greatest heritages of Anglicanism, along with the Book of Common Prayer.  This year is the 400th anniversary of the Bible’s... [Read more]

Three-Legged Stool of Anglicanism – an essay by Dean Munday

February 2, 2011  
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A Stool or a Tower—you decide! The Very Rev. Canon Robert S. Munday, Ph.D. The classic Anglican theologian to whom later Anglicans have looked in speaking of sources of... [Read more]

An Overview of the Growing Rifts in Western Christianity by Charles Metteer

December 21, 2010  
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An Overview of the Growing Rifts in Western Christianity Charles A. Metteer, Ph.D. The health of the Christian Church today is not good. Larger and larger theological schisms... [Read more]

Sharing the Good News

December 19, 2010  
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Blessed Lord, who caused all holy Scriptures to be written for our learning: Grant us so to hear them, read, mark, learn, and inwardly digest them, that we may embrace and... [Read more]

Symbols of Advent

December 4, 2010  
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Advent The following article is an excerpt from the book Catholic Customs and Traditions by Greg Dues: The somber theme that colors the first Sundays of Advent is a fitting... [Read more]

The Books of the Apocrypha

December 4, 2010  
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The Apocrypha of the Old Testament – an outline based on the 1973 Oxford Annotated Apocrypha of the RSV by Bruce Metzger 1st Book of Esdras: Regarding the reforms of Josiah,... [Read more]

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