This volume is a collection of four essays which explore the living tradition of the Episcopal Church in particular and the Anglican Church in general. The church, Booty argues, rest on four things: Scripture, Tradition, Reason, and Experience. It engages in a constant struggle to rightly balance and weigh each component as it ministers to a changing society. This book explores what each component means in an Episcopal context and how each should be used by the church.
A series of brief essays, ideal for study groups, that explores the history of the Episcopal Church and its four cornerstones: tradition, experience, reason, and scripture.
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