It’s a course at the Episcopal seminary, and it’s their foundational course on liturgy & worship — it mostly looks at the history of the liturgy, its development, and major questions today. I’m not an Episcopalian, but it was recommended to me when I expressed interest in a “history of liturgy” class.Love all of this! :) what will your class on Christian liturgy consist of?By the way, the Orthodox priest at my school is teaching a seminar on Christian monastic movements throughout history… I’m not going to take it, but I saw it and instantly thought of at least five people I know who would love it.
Ah cool! Fr. John McGuckin?
I’ve heard nothing but wonderful things about him if so. He’s one of the reasons Union still has such a draw for me.
An Orthodox View of Salvation by Steve Robinson
Brian Zahnd’s rendering: The Gospel in Chairs
Both are beautiful illustrations.
I’m so thankful the good Lord created he earth the way he did. He could’ve made it ugly and boring, or he could’ve made it all the same. But he created diversity and beauty and incredible things for our eyes to behold. And it is so so good. Happy earth day, world!
I may or may not have downloaded this and have been playing this repeatedly. Like, UGH. SO BEAUTIFUL. CHRISTOS ANESTI!