Out of the question: Christ said: "Be ye
perfect." Is this an impossibility?
Out of the question: Do we sleep in heaven?
Out of the question: I once heard a sham grace
that sounded like Latin but was a list of household products,
including Domestos, Omo, and Paxo. Can anyone recall the whole of
Question of the week: At my parents'
church, consecrated hosts are intincted before they are reserved.
Is this common practice in the C of E? If so, why?
Your answers: What was Anglican teaching on contraception before
the 1958 Lambeth Conference?
Out of the question: Is there any theological
or missional rationale for moving a diocesan bishop from one
diocese to another?
Is it necessary for those appointed to serve as churchwardens or
on the PCC to be confirmed members of the Church of England?
Out of the question: Among professional
lay people outside Academe and the laboratory, including
politicians, lawyers, and bankers, it is customary to eschew the
use of doctoral titles. Ministers of religion, however, seem happy
to use them. Very few are doctors of divinity, although a limited
number have a lower doctorate in religious studies. What is the
reason for the difference in usage?
Out of the question: In the Prayer Book,
there is a table of Vigils, Fasts, and Days of Abstinence. I am
curious about what the differences between these three are.
Out of the question: The figure in best
barbecue garb approached; huge hairy arms offered me the chalice.
Sandals did not conceal socks ringed in more than all the colours
of the rainbow. Is this justified because half the congregation is
similarly dressed? Is any direction given to those licensed to
assist at communion?
Out of the question: Should former canons who
have ceased to hold office on moving out of the diocese or
retiring, and who are not "Emeritus", still be addressed as
such? Crockford seems ambivalent about this.