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Out of the question: The two Books of Homilies

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Are the Homilies now ever used? What status do they have in the Church of England’s doctrine? Where can they be seen?

The Homilies are virtually a dead letter, because they have lost their initial purpose and are hard to get hold of. There are two Books of ...

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Fri 19 Sep 14 @ 9:17
Just in case you have just woken up... Scotland has voted No to independence, with 55% to 45% choosing to stay in the UK.

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