Anglican Liturgy: Sacrifice and Schizophrenia - Part 2

Author: 
J C Thomas

J C Thomas continues his dialogue with those who would defend the Series II Order as enabling use by those with widely differing theological views. The author refuses to agree that those who believe that the idea of Christ as sacrifice is central to its proper understanding can use the order with integrity. The wording cannot be made to mean anything more than a remembrance of Calvary and the sacrifice only of ourselves, our souls and bodies. The only way forward is to admit the differences and provide a variety of eucharistic rites.

Reference: 
Volume 09, Number 01 May 1979, p33