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With some “tweaking” of specifics, such as replacing the Catechism and Magesterium of the Roman Catholic Church with the classical Book of Common Prayer (1549-1662 in the U.K., 1789-1928 in the U.S., and particularly the 1928 BCP), including its own Catechism and Offices of Instruction, and the teachings of the fathers and doctors of the ancient and undivided Church of the first millennium — especially, as the great 17th century Anglican divine Lancelot Andrewes phrased it,
“One Canon [of Scripture] reduced to writing by God himself, two Testaments, three Creeds (*), four General Councils, five centuries, and the series of Fathers in that period – the centuries that is, before Constantine, and two after – determine the boundary of our faith”
— this could apply equally to Anglicans who wish to exercise what some are now calling “the Benedict Option” on a family level.
* includes the Athanasian Creed, a more detailed explication of the Trinitarian and Christological doctrines of the Christian faith.