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Wholeness and peace

Rowan Williams continues the series on Jeremy Taylor

JEREMY TAYLOR composed a whole order of service for holy communion. What most engaged his thinking was the idea that in communion the Spirit "changes our hearts and translates us into a divine nature".

When we pray at communion, we say to God: "Here is the world Jesus touched and embraced; because of his death and resurrection, we trust you to take it to yourself and do whatever needs doing to bring it wholeness ...

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