Can someone briefly summarize what precisely Father George Maxwell, Diocese of Georgia, is saying?
[This week is “Diocese of Georgia Meltdown Week” and so we’re bumping a few of the stories from the past that let us all know why the diocese is where it is today.]
“Peter lived in a naive, miraculous world.”
It appears to be some sort of apologetic for our not seeing visions like Peter that tell us new things that might be clean—but nevertheless, even though we don’t see visions, these new things really really really really are clean. Through symbols.
This was a sermon preached as a part of Diocesan Convention, at Evensong.
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