Showing posts from September, 2020

"Succour and defend us on earth": why we need Michaelmas

"The mediation of these elements": Another example of Lutheran tendencies in the Reformed eucharistic theology of Andrewes

Between Wittenberg and Geneva: Lutheran tendencies in the Reformed eucharistic theology of Lancelot Andrewes

The Gospel Coalition sides with Trent and rejects the Reformation

The divine of Reformed Christendom: why Jewel stands above Calvin

"These tragical furies about ceremonial matters": Rogers and the Lutheran case for conformity and ceremonies

'So in their Confessions witness the churches in Bohemia, Saxony, and Helvetia': Rogers and the Conformist vision of the Churches of the Reformation

"The Union of the Churches of the Northern Kingdoms": a Laudian-Lutheran dialogue of the 1630s

"They had received the apostles' doctrine by a succession of bishops": Rogers on the historic succession

'Defending the prelacy': Thomas Rogers's Conformist narrative of the Elizabethan Settlement

"The religion of this realm": the theological conviction of Conformity

Laudianism in the land of the Pilgrim Fathers

'As laid down in the Confession of Faith of the churches of Saxony': Horsley on the Reformed Catholicism of Anglicanism and Lutheranism

Table fellowship or true feeding? The sacramental poverty of contemporary Anglican Eucharistic rites

Burkean wisdom amidst liturgical confusion