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'This admirable composition': The General Thanksgiving at Matins and Evensong

The Laudian Bramhall and the "forreign Churches"

'The word is added to the element, and there results the Sacrament': the position of the Prayer of Humble Access in 1662

Contours of Conformity 1662-1832: the story of a German Lutheran congregation and the Church of England

'Most richly furnished': Caroline Reformed Conformists in an 18th century Anglican defence of imagery

'That he would send down the gracious influence of his Holy Spirit': The Prayer for the Clergy and People at Matins and Evensong

'The Illustrious Grotius, the Learned Casaubon': the cosmopolitan vision of Restoration Anglicanism

Authors of confusion: what 'The case for Baptist Anglicans' gets (badly) wrong about Article 6

Contours of Conformity 1662-1832: 'and do really convey that grace, of which they are signs'

'Only agreeable to a Custom which prevailed from the Establishment of the Reformation': An 18th century Anglican defence of imagery

'The restoration of quietness and peace': the Prayer for the King's Majesty at Matins and Evensong

'Thus shall we declare that Christ's gifts and graces have their effect in us': the Old High heart at Holy Week and Easter

'The pattern this day set before us': a Hackney Phalanx sermon for the Annunciation

‘And they were afraid’: encountering the God of Easter