Showing posts from March, 2022

Zwingli the Thomist, Thomas the Zwinglian, Augustinians both - Part I

"This season of probation": a Hackney Phalanx sermon for Lent IV

A fond thing, vainly invented, grounded upon no warranty of Scripture

On the grace of maternal love: a sermon for Mothering Sunday

"Pour thy grace into our hearts": the theological riches of Cranmer's collect for the Annunciation

Looking East: Bramhall praising the Orthodox and Oriental Orthodox

"We receive the selfsame body of Christ that was born of the Virgin Mary": Cranmer, Ridley, and Berengar's second recantation

"We must be willing to contend": A Hackney Phalanx sermon for the Third Sunday in Lent

Celebrating Cranmer the theologian

"Look unto the rock": Bramhall and the appeal to the Church catholic and apostolic

Saint Patrick and the Laudian vision

"To prepare ourselves for those days of memorial": a Hackney Phalanx sermon for Lent II

To swim the Tiber is to reject the Anglican tradition

Lent in a time of war: a sermon for the Second Sunday in Lent