Liturgical Innovation and Prayerbook Revision - sowing he seeds of corruption
In 1943, General Convention approved a new lectionary for the Offices of Morning and Evening Prayer of the 1928 BCP. It replaced the orginal lectionary published from 1928 until 1942. The 1943 revisions took out many sciptures which taught angainst homosexuality, such as Romans 1:22-27 (For example, see lectionary for Evening Prayer on the Seventh Sunday after Trinity in newer 1928 BCPs.), prophetically setting the stage for the 1960s and 1970s. For those who want authentic 1928 Prayerbooks with the original 1928 Morning Prayer and Evening Prayer lectionary, they are published by Preservation Press and are available from the Anglican Parishes Association, Athens, GA.
The End of the Liturgical Movement and the Recovery of Biblical Worship: An Anglican Perspective, by The Rt. Rev'd Anthony Burton
The Origins of Modern Anglican Liturgies, by Roger Beckwith, Warden of Latimer House, Oxford
On-line library of the Prayer Book Society of Canada
The Connection between the Consecration of Gene Robinson & the Use of the 1979 Prayer Book in the Episcopal Church, The Rev'd Dr. Peter Toon
Other articles from The Prayer Book Society of the US
The Fatal Trajectory of the Episcopal Church, an essay by F. Earl Fox (Emmaus Ministries) based on quotes from Urban Holmes.