Tag Archives: lectionary

Three-fold Rule of Christian Worship (revisited)

The following post is a bit of a repeat of something I wrote in July, except now better in prose, because it was prepared as a homily of sorts (which I didn’t end up getting to share in person, but … Continue reading

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Brench Lectionary

Last week I mentioned a lectionary that I was designing.  It is now finished, and publicly available at this link! This lectionary is based upon the basic Christian liturgical calendar, so anyone who is familiar with the Daily Office lectionary … Continue reading

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Lectio Biblia II

So for the past couple weeks I’ve been developing a Bible-reading plan.  I got the idea for it based on where I’m planning on taking my devotional habits: spending about 20 minutes in prayer and the Scriptures every morning and … Continue reading

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Three-fold Rule of Christian Worship

Lately I’ve become aware of the concept of the three-fold Rule of worship in Christian Spirituality.  I’ve been aware of these three things for a long time, but I never really knew they were “a thing,” so to speak.  The … Continue reading

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lectia bibilia

In the context of Christian history, lectionaries are Bible-reading plans.  Although the word lectionary is long out of style in Protestant circles, the concepts of planned Bible readings, “my daily bread,” preaching a sermon series through a book of the … Continue reading

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