Showing posts from May, 2021

"To paint the Holy Trinity like three men talking to Abraham": What would Taylor make of the Rublev icon?

Under the vine and fig tree: unity and accord in Restoration Day sermons

Te Deum and pentecostal gift

'That the unity of the Church is carefully maintained': Laudians, Cambridge Platonists, and the character of 18th century Anglicanism

Tuesday in Whitsun Week: "the means of making us partakers of this gift of the Spirit"

Monday in Whitsun Week: "commonly very gentle and secret"

'The Scripture declares the Spirit to be conferred in Baptism': words from Tillotson for Whitsunday

What Anglicanism can learn from the Labour Party

"Repentance and amendment they inculcated as no less necessary to a state of acceptance, than faith": What Article 11 does not mean

Listening to the wise son of Sirach

The Te Deum: an answer to 'What has Athens to do with Jerusalem?'

It's not Pelagianism, it's fortune cookie wisdom

"The foundation of all our Christian hope": A Restoration-era Ascension Day sermon

'There is no inconsistency between creation and salvation': the parish, nature, and human flourishing

Rogationtide and the commonwealth: lessons from the Restoration Church?