Resources on Canon

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Topical Study on Canon When spelled {{canon}} and not {{cannon}}, this word refers not to an instrument of war but to an agreed-upon body of writing or a church-related regulation. {{Canon}} refers to a measure or a standard by which something is assessed. Outside of church circles one may occasionally hear about "the canon... Olver's Canon Article by Matthew S C Olver https://livingchurch.org/covenant/2015/08/07/a-friendly-amendment-to-derek-olsens-rite-iii-ep-for-the-young-a-modest-proposal/ Article by Matthew S C Olver Topics: Liturgy , Leading Worship Source: The Living Church In this article, Matthew S. C. Olver presents a suggested litrugy based on ancient Anglican canons. Orthodox Paschal Canon Song/Hymn by Eikona http://globalworship.tumblr.com/post/172835260330/the-orthodox-paschal-canon-chanted-in-english-by Song/Hymn by Eikona Topics: Music , Christian , Hymn , Jesus Source: Global Worship Audio recording of the Orthodox Paschal Canon by Eikona, a three-sister ensemble. These Greek Orthodox traditional hymns are sung in English. Also included is iconography depicting the risen Jesus. The View from the Cross Commentary/Exegesis by David Sellery https://www.episdionc.org/blog/caminando-with-jesus-the-view-from-the-cross/ Commentary/Exegesis by David Sellery Topics: Cross , Lent , Passion , Crucifixion Source: Caminando with Jesus Canon David Sellery explores the Passion Sunday resonances of Luke 22-23 with James Tissot's painting "What Jesus Saw from the Cross." The way of the cross is the way of love for those who follow Christ. The Mass for Millennials: The Roman Canon Article by Timothy P O'Malley https://churchlifejournal.nd.edu/articles/the-mass-for-millennials-the-roman-canon/ Article by Timothy P O'Malley Topics: Love , Prayer , Sacrifice , Mass Source: Church Life Journal The ultimate end of the Mass is not our private encounter with love become flesh. Rather, every time the Mass is celebrated, the Church is most herself--vulnerable, dependent, and needful of Christ's redemptive power and presence.... Kings, Creeds, and the Canon: Musing on N.T. Wright Article by James K A Smith https://blog.reformedjournal.com/2012/03/27/kings-creeds-and-the-canon-musing-on-n-t-wright/ Article by James K A Smith Topics: Gospel , Israel , History Source: The Twelve James K A Smith reviews N T Wright's book "How God Became King" and the approach Wright takes in his reading of the New Testament. Smith is critical of Wrights insistence that modern theological scholarship has... Many Books, One Holy Canon Song/Hymn by Ann Bell Worley http://www.baylor.edu/content/services/document.php/228252.pdf Song/Hymn by Ann Bell Worley Topics: Scripture , Hymn , Gospel , Spirit Source: The Christian Reflection Project A hymn about scripture, with text by Ann Bell Worley and tune NETTLETON 8.7.8.7.D. "May the spirit, not the letter, be the law that we obey." Worship Service - Scripture Service Outline by Amber Inscore Essick http://www.baylor.edu/content/services/document.php/228262.pdf Service Outline by Amber Inscore Essick Topics: Scripture , God's Love Source: The Christian Reflection Project This is a worship service outline focused on Scripture and Canon. It praises God and expresses our gratitude for God's unfailing love and grace written in Scripture. The End of Evil Commentary/Exegesis by L Ann Jervis https://www.workingpreacher.org/commentaries/revised-common-lectionary/second-sunday-of-advent-2/commentary-on-2-peter-38-15a-2 Commentary/Exegesis by L Ann Jervis Topics: Creation , Righteousness , 2 Peter , Second Coming Source: Working Preacher Explaining where 2 Peter 3:8-15 agrees and disagrees with the Biblical canon, this commentary by L. Ann Jervis conveys Peter's argument "that because God and Christ are righteous, all that is not righteous will be destroyed." Stop Reading the Bible Article by Steve Mathonnet-VanderWell https://blog.reformedjournal.com/2013/06/04/stop-reading-the-bible/ Article by Steve Mathonnet-VanderWell Source: The Twelve Steve Mathonnet-VanderWell argues against reading the Bible straight through and for a prioritized approach to scripture. While all are canon, Luke, for example, should be read several times before attempting Nahum. Worship Resources for Peace in a Time of Fear Element of Worship by Shannon Jammal-Hollemans http://dojustice.crcna.org/article/worship-resources-peace-time-fear Element of Worship by Shannon Jammal-Hollemans Topics: Prayer , Lament , Justice Source: Do Justice (CRCNA) A litany of of confession and commitment from the Belgic Confession, Heidelberg Catechism, Canons of Dort, Our World Belongs to God, and Belhar Confession, as well as a prayer to the God of peace, justice, hope,... The Joy of Singing in Canon: Guidelines and Resources Song/Hymn by John D Witvliet https://www.reformedworship.org/article/december-1993/joy-singing-canon-guidelines-and-resources-using-canons-worship-page-1-2 Song/Hymn by John D Witvliet Topics: Children/youth , Worship , Singing , Music Source: Reformed Worship John Witvliet addresses both the joys of singing in canon as well as six areas of concern to be mindful of to allow for congregations to sing thoughtfully and meaningfully in canon. Includes musical resource list. The Theology of Lessons and Carols Article by Kim Lawton http://www.pbs.org/wnet/religionandethics/2010/12/03/december-3-2010-victoria-sirota-extended-interview/7602/ Article by Kim Lawton Topics: Advent , Christmas , Music , Scripture Reading Source: Religion & Ethics Newsweekly In this article, Kim Lawton interviews the Canon Victoria Sirota, who explores the purpose of a Nine Lessons and Carols service and the importance of weaving Scripture readings and Christmas carols together during worship services. Full Text Hymns on Canon Aspiration Canon©
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The burden of angels Article by Matthew S C Olver https://livingchurch.org/covenant/2015/04/29/angels-and-the-liturgy/ Article by Matthew S C Olver Topics: Liturgy , Angels , Offering , Eucharist Source: The Living Church This article examines contemporary liturgies, the sanctus and early eucharistic liturgies (Liturgy of Saint Mark, Holy Canon, and BCP 1549), in which Christians act and speak as if Eucharistic worship participates in the activity of angels. How to Read the Bible and Still Be a Christian Article by Matthew J Ramage http://www.hprweb.com/2015/07/how-to-read-the-bible-and-still-be-a-christian/ Article by Matthew J Ramage Topics: Apologetics , Theodicy , Violence Source: Homiletic and Pastoral Review Matthew Ramage comments on the apparent division between the Old and New Testaments, emphasizing scripture's unity in describing God's salvific plan and arguing that the whole canon must be understood in light of Jesus Christ. The Glory of the Mass Article by Thomas G Morrow http://www.hprweb.com/2014/07/the-glory-of-the-mass/ Article by Thomas G Morrow Topics: Eucharist , Mass Source: Homiletic and Pastoral Review Drawing on Church canons and the saints, this article by Thomas G. Morrow on the Mass describes the sacrifice of the Eucharist, transubstantiation, miracles of Christ's real presence, and the grace offered to celebrating participants. The Peoples' Praise Commentary/Exegesis by James K Mead https://www.workingpreacher.org/commentaries/revised-common-lectionary/ordinary-20/commentary-on-psalm-671-7-4 Commentary/Exegesis by James K Mead Topics: Blessing , Praise , Israel , World Source: Working Preacher Focusing on Psalm 67's calls for praise from the nations, James K. Mead's commentary discusses God's promise to bless the nations through Israel. Mead also reflects on the psalm's unusual inclusion in the biblical canon. Revelation as the Last Book of the Canon? Commentary/Exegesis by Craig R Koester https://www.enterthebible.org/resourcelink.aspx?rid=1465 Commentary/Exegesis by Craig R Koester Topics: Revelation , Bible , Christ Source: Enter the Bible In this video, Craig Koester explains why the suggestion that Revelation, the last book of the canon, is like rereading the whole Bible in light of Christ, is a good one. The Da Vinci Code, Corrected Article by Craig Keener https://christianhistoryinstitute.org/magazine/article/da-vinci-code-corrected Article by Craig Keener Source: Christian History Institute Dan Brown’s novel The Da Vinci Code challenges the canon of the four gospels. In this article, Craig Keener explains how the “lost gospels” did not meet the standards of canonization including Irenaeus’ “rule of faith.” Female Deacons and Fasting before Communion Article by Brian Mullady http://www.hprweb.com/2017/01/questions-answered-50/ Article by Brian Mullady Topics: Fast , Deacon , Women , Eucharist Source: Homiletic and Pastoral Review Brian Mullady explains that canon law does not currently allow female deacons and also comments on fasting before communion, noting that priests are allowed to eat something if they celebrate multiple masses in one day. Easter Music Audio/Video by Kim Lawton http://www.pbs.org/wnet/religionandethics/2008/03/21/march-21-2008-easter-music/5028/ Audio/Video by Kim Lawton Topics: Easter , Good Friday , Maundy Thursday , Music Source: Religion & Ethics Newsweekly In this video interview, Canon Victoria Sirota talks about how church services can use music to make the journey through Maundy Thursday, Palm Sunday, and Good Friday.