you said the world was magic i was wide-eyed and laughing
we were dancing up to the bright side
forget about your ego forget about your pride
and you will never have to compromise...
Oh, dear. That's new to me. I think we agree on this one. Technically the non-Separatists were Anglicans but in name only; doctrinally they weren't!Happy Michaelmas.
Please tell me you're kidding!
Nope, not kidding - at least, I don't think my Anglican Worship professor was kidding. That's where I heard it. Of course, he's Lutheran, and may get a kick out of the idea that the rest of us were ungodly Anglicans. Naturally, I don't.
LOL!I love it. I mean *ahem* dastardly! What historical hogwash!Okay, c'mon people...you have to have a sense of humor about England during the Age of Reform. As a nation of Christians, the UK had its collective arse up its bum. How do I know this? Look at the 13 colonies and all the immigrations. Nutty! Every last one of us stems from some nutty Anglican experiment or segregation...It is to laugh.Happy Michaelmas!Where is the chocolate? There's chocolate at Michaelmas, no?
There's a tradition of eating goose but today's Friday.
What's the problem? Were the not godly or not anglican?
My problem is actually neither of those. Rather, it's that calling them "the godly Anglicans" too easily sets up a dichotomy which makes actual Anglicans ungodly by comparison.
Okay, someone had to ask: Why no goose on Friday?
Friday abstinence from meat, Father. I could be wrong but don't think it's dispensed with for Michaelmas according to the traditional Roman rules (it isn't in the BCP, old or new).
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