Showing posts from May, 2020

"It is like restoring life to three kingdoms": reading Daniel Waterland on Oak Apple Day

Beauty, dignity, and order: the aesthetic meaning of the surplice

"By a slow and imperceptible progress": Secker on the fruit of the Spirit

"A plain and joyful duty": Old High Church political theology in a post-Reform world

"Substantial duties": Secker against the Weird

After 'National Apostasy': how Old High Church political theology survived revolution

A 'two bottle orthodox' Ascension Day

"Behold, the husbandman": Rogationtide and the Anglican naturalists

The High Church tradition and the gift of constitutional order

Place, land, and the local: the political economy of Rogationtide

"The means of procuring his ordinary sanctifying graces": Mant on the Sacraments, against the Enthusiasts

High and Dry in 1820: what an episcopal Charge can tell us about the late Georgian Church

"All the benefits of that sacrifice": an 1826 High Church account of the Eucharist

"It is expedient for you that I go away": why we need the traditional lectionary to prepare us for Ascension Day

Against the Weird: the Old High Church celebration of the ordinary