Archbishop Eliud Wabukala’s talk was originally presented at The Ridley Institute, a confessionally Anglican school of theology at St. Andrew’s ~ Mount Pleasant on November 12, 2013. Archbishop Wabukala’s talk was part of a ten-week lecture series on Reformation Anglicanism.
(Editors’ Note: Subheadings were added in to the text to visually break up the text and make the paper more readable. They were not originally part of the Archbishop’s notes.)
My dear brothers and sisters, I want to thank you so much for your kind invitation to deliver this lecture and for your very generous hospitality. I also thank God for this opportunity to visit and stand alongside you in your struggle for the gospel here in South Carolina. The subject matter of these lectures could never of course be treated as mere ideas and your context is a sharp reminder that we are not dealing with abstract theological debate, but with the reality of spiritual warfare and the need to contend for the gospel as “the power of God for salvation” (Romans 1.16). (more…)
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We are pleased to inform you that the lectures by our very own Senior Research Fellow Dr. Ashley Null on “Thomas Cranmer and Contemporary Anglican Worship” are available to be viewed online on this website.
In this lecture series hosted by the Diocese of the Carolinas, Dr. Ashley Null eloquently tied history into contemporary ministry, leaving participants both encouraged and challenged. We hope you will enjoy his insights as much as we have.
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