Showing posts from February, 2019

Receive what you are: Chrysostom and Augustine in 1662

The Country Parson or the Parish Communion movement?

"Not lacking in decency": Eliot and Anglicanism's native piety

On not being embarrassed about the Elizabethan Settlement

Journeying mercies

Clerical marriage and pastoral character: Old High Church v. Tractarians

"For this judgement is secret": Taylor on penitence and discipline

"Tyranny over consciences": Taylor against consistory and confessional

"Lent is near": why we need the Gesima Sundays

On not being embarrassed on Valentine's Day

Why we need the Litany in Common Prayer

Christianity is religion

Jeremy Taylor against the Ritualists (ii)

Review: Glenn Robins 'The Bishop of the Old South: The Ministry and Civil War Legacy of Leonidas Polk'

A Prayer Book February

Can a polity go to heaven? Thoughts on Accession Day