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Word and Table is a bi-weekly podcast about liturgy, sacrament, and the great tradition of Christian worship and why it is vital in our world today.

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    The Letter to Diognetus

    There is a short letter wedged into most collections of the Apostolic Fathers. We don't know who wrote it and it certainly wasn't from the generation after the Apostles, so what's it doing there and why is it worth reading?

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    The Laity and their Duties

    We've talked about Priests, Deacons, and Bishops, but what about everybody else? Are we all just supposed to "pay, pray, and obey?" Hardly. Lay-ministry is where all the action is. Father Stephen breaks down the duties of all the People of God and why ordinary members living holy lives is essential to the Church's mission.

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    On the much discussed doctrine of predestination: how God always initiates our salvation, how he desires that all be saved, (though some are not) and how that all works together for the good and comfort of those called according to his purpose.

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    The Lambeth Quadrilateral

    How do Anglicans view Christians of other traditions and how can we all come together as mere Christians?

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    Jesus in Genesis

    Continuing our series on Christ in the Old Testament: where do we find Jesus in the Book of Genesis?

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    What Did Jesus Know?

    Did Jesus have all knowledge in the universe as a human being? What did Jesus already know as divine and what did he have to learn as a human being?

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    All about the Eastern tradition of icons, why the Church distinguished between images and idols, and how to read the puzzling style of Eastern icons.

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    Details in the Gospels

    Fr. Stephen addresses some of the odd details in the gospel stories and why they're put there.

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    Vincent of Lerins

    How do we know what is true and false doctrine? A 5th Century French Father of the Church, Vincent of Lerins, laid down a helpful rule that became popular both with Catholics and Protestants around the time of the Reformation. Needless to say that makes him especially endearing to Anglicans.

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    Mailbag: Confirmation, Divorce, Ecumenism

    Great questions from our listeners!

    1. Does Confirmation mean "becoming Anglican?" - Micah Thompson
    2. How does the church handle sacramental marriages that end up abusive? - Alyssa Keysor
    3. What would it take to reunite our Anglican churches with Roman Catholicism or other evangelical protestant denominations? - Seth Hedman

    Music: Veni Creator Spiritus by Richard Proulx and the Cathedral Singers. Copyright GIA Publications

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