Update and books and podcasts

Many apologies to followers of this blog. I’ve been so busy working on various projedts that I failed to use the Blog to keep you posted. There are several important items:

Podcasts: A user wanting to access the Podcasts for the revised version of Revelation: An Idealist Interpretation, pointed out that onl the links for Episode 1 and Episode 2 were working. After consulations with Podbean.com, our podcast host site, in which the cause of the lack of a working connection could not be found at their end, I removed all the links and started again, re-posting all 28 episodes. As Luke would have said, Behold. All the links are now working. In the process of fixing that problem, I discovered that the link to the video on the Podbean site still went to our former video vendor and not to our new host, Vimeo, and that I had not made new podcasts for Advent (2), Epiphany (3), Gesima (1), Lent (3), In the Cross of Christ I Glory (2), Easter (3) and Trinitytide (9), plus New Testament: Gospels (45) and The War on Christianity (5). Again: Behold! Over the last three days, I’ve made new MP3 files and uploaded them to Podbean and upgraded the associated text.

Books: Two books are currently in the works. The Gospel of Matthew: Annotated & Illustrated has been proofed and corrected through the start of Chapter 14. My proofreader and I have been able to do four chapters at a sitting. I am hopeful we can get the book into print this summer. It will have 262 pages with 117 illustrations. The Acts of the Apostles: Annotated & Illustrated has been written, all pictures selected and fitted into the text. I am currently editing the text before passing it along to my proofreader. I don’t see the finished work being available until Advent at the earliest. I hope readers will be pleased with the choice of illustrations from the 9th to the 21st C. There has never been an illuminated version of Acts, so I’ve had to search archives in the US, England and Europe, art galleries, museums and numerous vendors and photographers to located a combination of mosaics, frescoes, icons, engravings, paintings, watercolors, stained glass windows. There will be maps of Paul’s journeys plus 3 Appendices (The Holy Spirit in The Acts of the Apostles; Angels in The Acts of the Apostles; and a 12-page Glossary of about 190 names of people, cities, towns, provinces, countries, seas, and technical terms Luke uses in the NKJV text, with places cross-referenced to the maps).

Again, apologies to site followers for any inconvenience these oversights may have caused. The mission of the Anglican Internet Church remains unchanged and is listed on the back page of all sixteen of the AIC Bookstore Publications. Just a reminder: the complete link to all AIC Bookstore Publicatons offered through KDP Publishing is:

https://www.Amazon.com/author/ronald-e-shibley

Thank you for your interest and support. May God bless you in all that you do in His name! Amen. Glory be to God for all things! Amen!

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Fr. Shibley retired from pulpit ministry at Epiphany A.D. 2014. Since then he has devoted his spare time to this online ministry producing videos, podcasts and books explaining traditional Christian theology and liturgy in layman's language with a minimum of technical or theological terms, and making them available either free or at reasonable cost.

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