A few years ago, Garwood Anderson provided this wonderful sendup of quite a few quirks of Episcopal Church culture. They bespeak the affection and propensity for self-criticism that should, I think, characterize all of us who call the Episcopal Church “home” (mutatis mutandis for other communions), and are presented here for your edification and delight.

Things Episcopalians say (1): “Not literally.” Seriously?

Things Episcopalians say (2): “You don’t have to check your brains at the door.”

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Things Episcopalians say (3): ‘Jesus Movement’

Things Episcopalians say (4): ‘Jesus never …’

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Dr. Garwood P. Anderson is the President and Provost of Nashotah House Theological Seminary, where he also holds a chair as Professor of New Testament.

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