Showing posts from June, 2019

A dangerous and offensive innovation?

Restoring the centre

"What she has repudiated you may be assured that you ought not to adopt"

"All the blessings possessed by us in our national Church": Richard Mant and affection for Anglicanism's native piety

A Prayer Book Summer

Review: Gregg L. Frazer 'God against the Revolution: The Loyalist Clergy's Case against the American Revolution'

"No recent innovation": did we really need the Tracts?

"Essential to the perpetuity of the Christian ministry": did we really need the Tracts?

"Take thou authority to preach the Word of God": the preaching gown and the High Church tradition

Making doctrine great again: are we witnessing renewed use of the Athanasian Creed?

Newman, Keble, Pusey: High Church Parsons on Trinity Sunday

As at this time: Whitsuntide, time, and festivity

The Whitsun Ember Days and the gift of Summer

Whitsun Communion

"In hope of Whitsuntide"

"Without this day": Whitsunday

"Ministering the means of pardon and grace": rejoicing in Anglicanism's native piety