Update!

An update on what I have been doing, recommendations of a few books, and some exciting new projects!

Within this episode I advertise the following books:

The new full-notes edition of the NET Bible
Jonathan Gibson and Mark Earngey’s Reformation Worship
The new ACNA Book of Common Prayer

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11 thoughts on “Update!

  1. I bought the hardback version of the TNET Notes Bible and I am loving it. 2Krogh has revolutionized typography on new Bibles and it’s such a change for the better

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  2. I bought the hardback version of the TNET Notes Bible and I am loving it. 2Krogh has revolutionized typography on new Bibles and it’s such a change for the better

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  3. Hi Alastair! I would be interested in your Book of Common Prayer project. I sometimes use other daily office prayer books, and I have been wanting to learn how to use the Book of Common Prayer. Also, I currently use a Bible reading app called Mission 119 that uses a similar format with daily readings and commentary by a pastor, and I am finding that format very beneficial.

    Will Heirs Together really be available this month? I have deeply appreciated your writings about gender and look forward to sharing the book with others. This is a hotly contested issue in my denomination right now.

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  4. Just a tip on pronunciation of Earngey’s name… ’Ern-jee’ rather than ’Ern-gay’

    The Daily office podcast sounds great! I’d set up my computer to start doing a morning prayer podcast, but never got round to doing it. I’d be happy to contribute to that!

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    1. Thanks, Steve!

      While my podcast will be limited to the readings, it would be great—and probably not too difficult—to have a podcast that went through the entire responsive morning prayer liturgy, including readings and brief reflections within it. I am wary of people using it as an alternative to doing morning prayer themselves or with their families, but for people who are commuting and might not do it otherwise, it could be a great avenue into the habitual practice.

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