Showing posts from August, 2020

Better a Calvinist than a Unitarian: Horsley and the 'Prayer Book Evangelical' tradition

Why we need "this inferior office"

"The whole gospel, with all its mysteries": High and Dry preaching

"To accomplish fully the sacrament of Baptism": thoughts on the CDF's recent doctrinal note on Holy Baptism

Embracing both "venerable Calvin" and "pious Arminius": Horsley on the Articles

Under the fig tree on St Bartholomew's Day

Thoughts on Mitregate

"And this is the rule of our own Church": heeding Newman's wisdom regarding 15th August

Jeremy Taylor Day: "the work of Heaven is not done by a flash of lightning"

"A perennial fountain": the meaning of 'feast upon a sacrifice'

'We must be high churchmen or we cannot be churchmen at all': Horsley on apostolical authority

"Begun and completed in love": 'High and Dry' at the Sacrament?

Jane Austen and the Good

A glass in which to see the resurrection: Donne on the Transfiguration of Our Lord

"At the feast of the Eucharist": the meaning of High Church Receptionism

"Not only signs of grace, but means of the grace signified": Horsley on the Supper of the Lord

"Interwoven with the very rudiments of Christianity": Horsley's praise for Calvin