Showing posts from August, 2021

Should we celebrate John Bunyan Day?

Moderation in talking and in silence: wisdom from Jeremy Taylor

'Blessed operation': seeing what the Tractarians had to deny

'They prophesy falsely', for Grace does not destroy Nature

Refreshing or killing the roots? The contradictions of Postliberalism

The Blessed Virgin and the vision glorious: or, why we have no need of the Assumption

Life before 1833: Charles Inglis and the vitality of the High Church tradition

Jeremy Taylor week: 'a controversy is a stone in the mouth of the hearer'

Jeremy Taylor week: 'the work of Heaven is not done by a flash of lightning'

Jeremy Taylor week: 'Communicate in all the good'

Jeremy Taylor week: 'a design of holiness'

Jeremy Taylor week: 'His graces pursue the methods of nature'

"The fruits of our religion': Benjamin Whichcote on Transfiguration

Splendid isolation? The cosmopolitanism of the Laudian and High Church traditions

'A gradual work, not instantaneous, or suddenly completed': conversion and the Anglican pastoral ethos

In praise of the Book of Common Prayer ... of 1979 and 2004

'Then shall the earth bring forth her increase': Mattins and Evensong on Lammas Day