The Reformed message of the Book of Common Prayer

In this article from White Horse Inn, Lee Gatiss shares about the importance of the Book of Common Prayer in understanding the Reformation in England.

… We see throughout the Book of Common Prayer an emphasis on the Bible and on letting the Bible lead our prayers. We see an emphasis on the cross and the definite, sufficient, and gloriously unrepeatable atonement. We are reminded constantly that we must pray for God’s continual grace to live for him and be transformed into the likeness of his Son.

Lee Gatiss

Read Dr. Gatiss’ essay from White Horse Inn.

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