Showing posts from September, 2021

Michaelmas is over for another year ... right?

'Wonderful order': praying the Michaelmas collect with Bullinger

Michaelmas Eve

Why 1662 matters in Creationtide

The mellow light that plays over the church of Lancelot Andrewes

'Neither reasonable, nor orthodox, nor scriptural': on excessively radical accounts of the Fall

Does being Anglican entail "a painful degree of complexity"?

Thoughts on the life of Bishop John Shelby Spong

Wisdom from Jeremy Taylor: "taken into the quire"

'There is no inconsistency between creation and salvation': in defence of Creationtide

"The reason why so much stress in laid, in the Bible, on practical religion"

September Embertide: Entering into Autumn with John Cosin

'More sober tempers': Wisdom from Jeremy Taylor

Laudianism in the land of the Pilgrim Fathers: Samuel Johnson

"The true transubstantiation"

"Secret, gentle, persuasive": on why it is good to be amongst the 'frozen chosen'

"The holy virgin": the BCP's Reformed Catholick Marian piety