Review of AMiA: An Anglican Prayer Book (2008)
Available here from Church Society as a pdf.
The reaction of evangelicals in the AMiA to An Anglican Prayer Book (2008) has been mixed. Some are not enchanted with the book but use it because the AMiA collaborated in its production. Others use services from An English Prayer Book (1994), Common Worship (2000), and other sources that contain contemporary English versions of the services of the 1662 Prayer Book. An Anglican Prayer Book (2008) has received a warmer welcome from traditionalist Anglicans largely because of the book’s Catholic doctrinal content and other similarities to the 1928 Prayer Book.
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