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Devotions of Saint Anselm Archbishop of Canterbury By St. Anselm
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St. Anselm's prayers and meditations are to be read slowly, during times of peace. These devotions are intended to stir up within the reader the feelings of love and fear of God. When given honest... More > consideration, they become a tool for self-examination. His prayers praise God for His glory and thank the Holy Spirit for His blessing, but they also ask for the strength to love and forgive our enemies during times of weakness. St. Anselm was known for his wisdom, and his commitment as a spiritual guide is evident in the five letters of spiritual counsel included in this volume. These letters contain some of St. Anselm's advice on life after death, religious conversion, sacred pilgrimage, and godly influence. This volume of St. Anselm's devotions also includes his Proslogion, a treatise concerning the existence of God in which he presents the Ontological argument. When broken into small segments, the Proslogion can be used for meditative purposes as well. -Emmalon Davis, CCEL Staff Writer< Less
The Suppressed or Forbidden Gospels and Epistles of the New Testament By Archbishop of Canterbury Rev. William Wake et al
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THE SUPPRESSED GOSPELS AND EPISTLES OF THE ORIGINAL NEW TESTAMENT OF JESUS THE CHRIST AND OTHER PORTIONS OF THE ANCIENT HOLY SCRIPTURES. NOW EXTANT, ATTRIBUTED TO HIS APOSTLES, AND THEIR DISCIPLES,... More > AND VENERATED BY THE PRIMITIVE CHRISTIAN CHURCHES DURING THE FIRST FOUR CENTURIES, BUT SINCE, AFTER VIOLENT DISPUTATIONS FORBIDDEN BY THE BISHOPS OF THE NICENE COUNCIL, IN THE REIGN OF THE EMPEROR CONSTANTINE AND OMITTED FROM THE CATHOLIC AND PROTESTANT EDITIONS OF THE NEW TESTAMENT, BY ITS COMPILERS TRANSLATED FROM THE ORIGINAL TONGUES, WITH HISTORICAL REFERENCES TO THEIR AUTHENTICITY, BY ARCHBISHOP WAKE 1657 – 1737 AND OTHER LEARNED DIVINES. THE ORDER OF ALL THE FORBIDDEN BOOKS OF THE NEW TESTAMENT WITH THEIR PROPER NAMES, AND NUMBER OF CHAPTERS Include the Book of : Mary : Protevangelion : Infancy: Nicodemus: Christ and Abgarus : Laodiceans : Paul and Seneca : Acts of Paul and Thecla: Clement : Barnabas: Ephesians: Magnesians: Trallians: Romans: Philadelphians: Smyrnaeans: Polycarp: Philippians: Hermas< Less
Documents Relating to the History of the Archbishop of Canterbury’s Mission to the Assyrian Christians By
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This volume contains various publications relating to the establishment and functioning of the Archbishop of Canterbury’s Mission to the Assyrian Christians. Anglican interest in the Assyrians... More > and their Church of the East goes back to the 1840’s. However, a mission was not established until 1886. 15 short publications ranging from 1877 to 1908 are included. See the preview for a complete list.< Less
A Dream of John Ball and A King's Lesson By William Morris
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An influential leader of the Peasants' Revolt of 1381, John Ball paid the ultimate price for his outspoken support for the common people. He was hung, drawn and quartered in front of King Richard II... More > on 15 July 1381, according to the "Christian" laws then practised. At the last major meeting of the Kentish rebels at Blackheath he preached his famous "communistic" sermon. "When Adam delved and Eve span, Who was then the Gentleman? From the beginning all men by nature were created alike, and our bondage or servitude came in by the unjust oppression of naughty men. For if God would have had any bondmen from the beginning, he would have appointed who should be bond, and who free. And therefore I exhort you to consider that now the time is come, appointed to us by God, in which ye may, if ye will, cast off the yoke of bondage, and recover liberty." William Morris in his Dream brings the past alive and takes us back to those heroic days when the labouring poor stood up against the ruling landed aristocracy.< Less
An Episcopal Odyssey By Arnold Harris Mathew
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A reprint of Archbishop Arnold Harris Mathew's 1915 work in which he defends himself to the Archbishop of Canterbury. Included is the Archbishop's famous Declaration of Autonomy.
Trumpet Voluntary By Jean-Paul # VERPEAUX
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A trumpet voluntary in D major for organ solo composed by Jean-Paul Verpeaux for the Parish of St. Edburgs Church in Bicester to celebrate the Archbishop of Canterbury's visit on May 2011
Trumpet Voluntary By Jean-Paul # VERPEAUX
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A trumpet voluntary in D major for organ solo composed by Jean-Paul Verpeaux for the Parish of St. Edburgs Church in Bicester to celebrate the Archbishop of Canterbury's visit on May 2011
History of the Church of the East By O. H. Parry
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This history of the Church of the East from its origins until the year 630 was written in Assyrian by O. H. Parry, a member of the Archbishop of Canterbury’s Assyrian Mission. The book was... More > published by the Assyrian Mission Press in Urmia, Iran in 1907.< Less
Tuesday's a Good Day to Die By Bernie J Cairns
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A semi serious look at the conflict between science and religions. The reason for life and why we are here. When I discovered that The Pope, The Grand Ayatollah, The Chief Rabbi, The Archbishop of... More > Canterbury and Stephen Hawking all disagreed with me. I knew I must be right.< Less
Tuesday's a Good Day to Die By Bernie Cairns
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A semi serious look at the conflict between science and religions. The reason for life and why we are here. When I discovered that The Pope, The Grand Ayatollah, The Chief Rabbi, The Archbishop of... More > Canterbury and Stephen Hawking all disagreed with me. I knew I must be right.< Less