Love of God and of Others

Love God truly, and you will easily love your neighbor; for you will see God’s image of him, or interest in him, and feel all his precepts and mercies obliging you hereunto. To this end let Christ be your continual study. He is the full revelation of the love of God; the lively pattern of love, and the best teacher of it that ever was in the world: his incarnation, life, and sufferings, his gospel and covenant, his intercession and preparations for our heavenly felicity, all are the great demonstrations of condescending, matchless love. Mark both: God’s love to us in him, and his love to man, and you will have the best directive and incentive of your love.—Richard Baxter (1615-1691)

The Anglican Way: Evangelical and Catholic

The Anglican parishes of All Angels, Springfield, VA, and Christ the King, Washington, DC, in collaboration with the Northern Region of the Diocese of the Mid-Atlantic States, presented a lecture at All Angels Anglican Church, 5515 Cherokee Ave., Suite 303, Springfield, VA 22312, on Saturday, September 30, 2017. The day’s activities began with a celebration of the Holy Communion followed by the lecture. Lunch was served, courtesy of All Angels.

The lecture was entitled “The Anglican Way: Evangelical and Catholic” and was given by Dr. Roberta Bayer. Dr. Bayer serves as the Editor of Anglican Way Magazine, the print magazine of the Prayer Book Society (anglicanway.org). A Canadian by birth and educated at the University of Notre Dame and the London School of Economics, Dr. Bayer researches and teaches Medieval Philosophy, Reformation thought, and Contemporary Christian Philosophy. She has taught at universities in the U.S. and Canada. In 2012 she published a collection of essays titled Reformed and Catholic. Dr. Bayer worships at the Anglican Parish of Christ the King in Georgetown, DC. A panel discussion followed the lecture.