E.B. Pusey: Knowing and Reading Oxford’s Priest-Scholar

Posted on September 15, 2023
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The Life of E.B. Pusey Early Life Edward Bouverie Pusey was born in 1800 to a devout aristocratic family. Late in his life, when he was famous (and infamous) as a great theologian, he would often say that all of his theological convictions had their root in the faith that he learned from his mother…

A Liberty Student Finds Anglicanism

Posted on February 27, 2023
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I reached a spiritual breaking point when I started college at Liberty University. Everyone seemed to be talking directly to Yahweh except for me, yet I couldn’t shake this feeling that something was off and that we were chasing not Christ, but a feeling, and that I was doing the same. Son of a Baptist…

Finding a Fuller Table in Anglicanism

Posted on April 6, 2021
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“A meal tastes best when you’re hungry.”  It’s such an obvious truth, and one that my parish priest has been fond of repeating during the season of Lent. It explains why Anglicans traditionally fast in the days leading up to Easter. And it also, I think, captures a lot about my recent journey into Anglican…