Our union with Christ compels us to bring the psalms back into worship.
There are many ways we can be carried along to confession to our heavenly Father.
How does the 1662 Book of Common Prayer prepare us for worship?
Why do we deprive ourselves of the Psalms when even the Pope let heretics keep them?
Why universality is particularity.
An interview with the editors of the new 1662 Book of Common Prayer: International Edition
I am concerned with something bigger than any one late modern prayer book: how the Dixian shift to thinking of the prayer book in terms of “shape” has affected the virtues of the prayer book tradition.
The Reformers were concerned not only with theology but also with its expression in worship – both its structure and content.