Showing posts from September, 2022

"All such as be studious of peace": Casaubon and the eirenic, generous orthodoxy of King James I

How Michaelmas echoes throughout Autumn

"A covenanted title": Jelf's Bampton Lectures on Baptism, the Old High pastoral vision, and sacerdotalism

"Just measures of religious prudence and discretion": A Hackney Phalanx sermon for the Fifteenth Sunday after Trinity

Should Anglicans believe Queen Elizabeth II is in purgatory?

The September Ember Days in a time of much affliction and trouble

"The sober duties of religion": A Hackney Phalanx sermon for the Fourteenth Sunday after Trinity

"The true Center of repose": the Yale Apostasy and Anglicanism in colonial New England

"All the whole Realm": The Prayer Book during a time of national mourning and a King's accession

On the death of Her Majesty the Queen

"Not as mediators but as media": Jelf's Bampton Lectures and sacerdotalist claims

Gloriana Day: thanksgiving for the mellow light of the 1559 Prayer Book

Against Solifidianism: A Hackney Phalanx Sermon for the Twelfth Sunday after Trinity