Churchman Vol 128 (2014)
Articles in the Churchman, 2014
Articles up to and including issue 128 (2014) are available to view.
P H Brazier
C.S. Lewis on Ministry: A Model for the Church of England?
J.C. Ryle: ‘Evangelical Churchman’
Lesley A Rowe
Should I Stay or Should I Go? The Anglican Dilemma of Arthur Hildersham and Francis Johnson
The Thirty-Nine Articles of Religion: The Church and its Mission
Risky Business? A Defence of the No Risk View of Providence
The Victorian Evangelical Shaftesbury: A Son of the Clapham Sect or a Brother of the Recordites?
Henry Bullinger’s Influence on the Church of England
Andrew Fuller’s Heavenly-Minded Piety: The Blessedness of Rest and Rewards for the Dead in Christ
Gorham and the Penzance Commission
The Chains of Bondage and the Voice of a Child: Augustine’s ‘Reconciliation’ of Free Will and Grace in the Confessions
Second Century Witnesses to the Sabbath and Lord’s Day Debate
More than the Sum of the Parts: Worship as Biblical Theology
Why Would I Baptise My Child?
The 1538 State Paper, ‘De Ordine et Ministerio Sacerdotum et Episcoporum’: An Exploration of its Significance for Reformation Anglicanism’s Understanding of Episcopacy.
The God Who Illustrates: Using Illustration in Preaching
Cheeseburger in Paradise? New Creation, the Spirit, and Animal Rights
Women Bishops: What Now?