Showing posts from June, 2021

"Apostolical Work": a 1693 Confirmation sermon

"Not one key in all that bunch": Laud against the papal supremacy

'We are Christ's Vicars': Jeremy Taylor against the papal supremacy

"Founded on the doctrine and practice of the apostles": Confirmation in early US Episcopalianism and Canadian Anglicanism

The Baptist, the Gentiles, and the good olive tree

'Didst prepare the disciples for the coming of the Comforter': classical Anglican teaching and the prayer for Confirmation candidates

"The Apostolic origin of this rite": Hobart's 1816 Confirmation sermon

"From this practice of the Apostles": Secker on why Confirmation is not 'a rite in search of a theology'

The Wisdom of Sunday Mattins

"Which never appeared in any human shape": Laudians against the Rublev icon?

"Sufficient, full": Taylor, the Trinity, and the Apostles' Creed

"The cabinet of the mysterious Trinity": reserve and moderation in Trinitarian claims as a matter of revelation

"In perfect with conformity with the opinions of the Lutherans": What Article 17 does not mean (II)

'What is revealed is extremely little': more from Taylor on the need for modesty in Trinitarian doctrine

The classical Anglican case for modesty and reserve in Trinitarian doctrine