Hearing the Voice of Jesus in the Anglican Way

Some people read the Bible seeking black-and-white answers to “some of lifes persistent questions,” but that approach doesn’t work well for me. Anglicanism has historically been sufficiently flexible to allow people to have differing understandings of the Bible, even opposing views, and yet to remain in communion with one another. Would that it were still so! This ermon was delivered April 29, 2007, at St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church, Mullens, West Virginia (Easter 4 Year C).

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Kent Higgins

Fr. Kent is an Episcopal Priest in the Diocese of West Virginia. He functions primarily as a supply priest, but also serves as Dean of the Kanawha Deanery. He was ordained deacon December 16, 2006 and priest June 16, 2007. He is married and the father of two grown sons. Fr. Kent retired from his "day job" in August, 2014.