Showing posts from January, 2020

The Royal Martyr and the politics of love

"Duties which God hath thus united and joined together"

"This most holy Religion of the Anglicane Church": the Royal Martyr and the Church of Ireland's 1870 Declaration

Life, culture, meaning: Anglican humanism in a secular age

Holocaust Memorial Day: a day for the Commination service

"Decent uniformity": Laudian notes for the Prayer of Consecration (also known as the Eucharistic Prayer)

Orans: Laudian v. Ritualist?

1928 practices and the 1979 book: unthinking conservatism or popular piety?

Ceremonies and Sacrament: Laud's rejection of orans

"The dignity of that holy mystery": the First Exhortation and Anglican Eucharistic piety

Amidst bitter chill, we need wine and wedding feast

Laud and Anglicanism as Integral Humanism

Laud, defender of liberty in Somewhere

An Anglican gratitude for Roger Scruton (ii)