Recordings of two further sessions of the PBS Conference can be accessed below. In the first, Dr. Arnold Klukas, the recently retired Professor of Liturgy at Nashotah House, gives the lead presentation. He opened a discussion of the challenges facing the Anglican liturgical heritage if it is to preserve authentic continuity. He was joined in reflecting upon the different contexts of the United States, Canada and the United Kingdom by Fr Gavin Dunbar, Dr Jesse Billet and Fr. … [Read more...]
PBS News & Events
This page aims to highlight current work and news of recent and coming events of the Society.
It will also link to the e-Newsletter we are launching as an additional way of staying in touch with our members and keeping everyone informed about our work.
Currently we have been holding Colloquia on such themes as Daily Prayer and very shortly one on Marriage.
Board Members have also been active overseas as contributing participants in the recent Pusey House Conference in Oxford on Knowing and Loving the Triune God, and Fr Edward Rix speaking, at the invitation of the Bishop of Western Tanganyika, to several thousand at a Youth Conference in Kasulu.
We have also launched further chapters of our volume for Catechesis by Society President Gavin Dunbar, I am His.
These chapters can be accessed via the links below
(and also our pbsusa.org website http://www.pbsusa.org/catechesis-project ) and we welcome feedback which can be taken into account in future editions of this work.
I am His Chapters now available :
A recording of the Conference Session on Apologetics, Science and Faith addressed by Dr. Paul Julienne, the distinguished Physicist and the Society's lead blogger in this field, can be accessed below. He addressed the question: How should science and faith relate to one another? Dr. Paul S. Julienne … [Read more...]
Audio recordings of the Papers given by three more of our principal speakers at the 2017 Conference can be accessed below: The Papers given were: The Public Authority of the Church in the Cranmerian Tradition, by Dr. Joan O’Donovan, University of Edinburgh Incarnational Reading: A Tractarian View of the Authority of Scripture by The Revd. Dr. George Westhaver, Principal of Pusey House, Oxford “The Holy Scriptures, or … [Read more...]
Recordings of two further Sessions at the PBS Conference of 2017 are now available below. They comprise Session II, Sanctification by Dr. Oliver O’ Donovan, Professor of Moral Theology, Edinburgh and formerly Regius Professor at Oxford and Session III The nature and future of the Reformation liturgy by The Revd. Fr. Gavin Dunbar, PBS President … [Read more...]
We are delighted to make further recordings of the main Sessions of our 2017 Conference available now and also wish to advise that a print edition with all the texts and summaries of the interlocutor discussions etc. will be made available in due course. By clicking on the virtual buttons below you will be able to hear the remarks of Dr. Neil Robertson Professor of Humanities, University of King’s College Halifax in SESSION IV, “It is required that you do awake your … [Read more...]
The Article is online and in the current edition of the Print Edition of the Living Church http://livingchurch.org/covenant/2017/03/28/rediscover-the-gospel/ By Gavin Dunbar Editor’s note: This piece appears in the April 9 issue of The Living Church, as part of the Necessary or Expedient teaching series on prayer book revision. Mark Michael’s “Are we done with the ’79 prayer book?” is the well-known first piece in the series. Further essays in the series will appear here in … [Read more...]
The Society is delighted to announce that we are now able to make available audio recordings of the presentations made in the main Sessions in our 2017 Conference Anglicanism Catholic and Reformed 1517-2017 We have had to address some technical challenges, but will be making these recording available online progressively and we start today with the opening lecture of Session I An Historical Overview of the Reformation Context Dr. Gillis Harp, Professor of History, Grove City College … [Read more...]
The Society was pleased to welcome well over one hundred participants to its 2017 Conference in Savannah. Such has been the positive response that the Board at its meeting on the last day of the Conference decided announce its intention to hold another conference next year in what it is hoped will become an annual event. Further details of the time will be announced later this year in good time to allow for plans to be made well in advance. Meanwhile, the Society looks forward to … [Read more...]
It is with growing anticipation that the Prayer Book Society looks forward to the conference opening in Savannah on the 16th Those wishing to come can still register at http://anglicanism-2017.brownpapertickets.com (And in the case of financial hardship please contact us) A new and updated schedule for the conference is set out below It is with deep regret that, on account of an acute episode of spinal pain, Bishop Geoffrey Rowell has had to cancel all his overseas … [Read more...]
The Following draft program for the coming conference has been announced (though it remains subject to change): Thursday 16th February 12.15 Introductions and overview of the conference (in St John’s Church) The Revd. Fr. Gavin Dunbar, President of the Prayer Book Society USA, The Revd. Canon Alistair Macdonald-Radcliff, PBS 12.30 Opening Session Toward an Historical Understanding of Anglican Identity Dr. Gillis Harp, Professor of … [Read more...]