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Anglican doubts

My frustration at the limited view of Christianity which I’ve found in ecumenical groups was even greater this evening when I went to my Anglican housegroup. The members of the group basically confessed themselves completely unable to make anything of the two passages of scripture we were studying. One was the first half of Hebrews 10 on Christ’s Sacrifice Once for All, and the other was The Destruction of the Temple and Persecutions Foretold from the beginning of Mark 13. And indeed who can blame them - what do these passages have to do with the version of Christianity usually found in Anglican churches?

Posted on Thursday, November 12, 2009 at 10:32PM by Registered CommenterSi Fractus Fortis | CommentsPost a Comment

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