Showing posts from June, 2022

The laudable practices of Old High Piety

"Marks of favor and distinction": A Hackney Phalanx sermon for Saint Peter's Day

"Mystical birthright": Jelf's Bampton Lectures on Baptismal Regeneration

"The greater and the lesser duties of life are almost always perfectly consistent": A Hackney Phalanx sermon for the Second Sunday after Trinity

"It is not necessary to withdraw to caves": A Hackney Phalanx sermon for Saint John Baptist's Day

Who speaks for the Elizabethan Settlement? Opening thoughts on Hampton's 'Grace and Conformity'

"The only well ordered Vine-yard": when Latitudinarians and Laudians agree

"Succour from the source of light and strength": a Hackney Phalanx Sermon for the First Sunday after Trinity

"With reverence and godly fear": Old High piety and the absolution at Mattins

"We do not stand in need of fuller notices": a Hackney Phalanx sermon for Trinity Sunday

No reservation: Thursday after Trinity Sunday thoughts on ministering the Sacrament to the sick

"Content to rest in generals": Waterland against "prying too far into" the doctrine of the Trinity

"Interwoven with the very Frame and Texture of the Christian Religion": Waterland on the practical significance of the doctrine of the Trinity

"The right faith in the Trinity is short and plain": Waterland on the clarity of the doctrine of the Trinity

"The true middle path between the two extremes": An Old High sermon during the Tract XC controversy

Reflecting on the Platinum Jubilee celebrations: A New Elizabethan Anglicanism?

'Not less significant than the tongues of fire': An Hackney Phalanx sermon for Whitsun

"The common and ordinary graces of the Spirit": Whitsuntide and pentecostal gift