Traditional priest offers modern vision at St. Andrew's
The new priest of St. Andrew's Episcopal Church plans to have an "ancient, yet modern" influence on his new congregation.
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Since: Aug 09
#1 Mar 19, 2013
Wallace writes, "I actually read my way into becoming an Episcopalian," he said. "When we were reading church history (at seminary), I realized that the Presbyterians start their church history at the Reformation and the Anglicans go all the way back to the first century."
Having come to the core of his faith in a journey through the Baptists and Presbyterians, he'll make a good Episcopal priest.
Let's hope that his curiosity will lead him further into the life of the Early Church as it was introduced in the British Isles through the missionary entourage of Joseph of Arimathea, tin trader.
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