Review: Three Streams – One River

I just finished a summary of three sermons by Fr. Jürgen Liias at Christ the Redeemer Anglican Church in Danvers.  These were his last three sermons as Rector there, and they were a series on the now-popular “three streams, one river” concept that is particularly hot in many current Anglican circles.  For the most part, I am very much on board with this paradigm for understanding the present situation of the Church as well as for explaining some of the issues in the Church’s history.

My summary article is up at the All Saints Writer’s Block: http://allsaintswritersblock.wordpress.com/2012/03/05/three-streams-one-river-fr-jurgens-farewell-discourse/

If you’re not familiar with the “three streams” concept, go read it.  If you want to know how I process this material, then stay tuned, because over the course of this week, I’m going to comment on this scheme and add some of my thoughts.

About Fr. Brench

I'm an Anglican Priest and a sci-fi geek. Therefore, I write about liturgy & spiritual formation, theology & biblical studies, and Doctor Who. But I keep those blogs separate so I don't confuse too many people!
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5 Responses to Review: Three Streams – One River

  1. Thanks. I’m going to check it out now.

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