The Summer 2020 edition of Crossway
By Ros Clarke, 29 Jun 2020
The Summer 2020 edition of Crossway is now out!
Articles in this issue include:
Gathered Together. Ros Clarke asks ‘What actually is church?’, reminding us that, ordained or not, all Christians are the ‘lay people’ who together form the church.
Keep calm and remember your baptism! Eleanor Brindle sets out the importance of teaching the children and young people in our churches about the reminders of God’s grace we find in the sacraments.
How Shall They Hear? Tim Ward reviews Ryan McGraw’s book on preaching.
Proclaiming the Lord’s Death. Paul Darlington examines the value and usefulness of the Lord’s Supper in evangelical churches today.
The Book of Common Prayer: A Very Short Introduction. Tom Woolford reviews this OUP publication by Brian Cummings.
Does anything happen at ordination? Tom Woolford explains how what we believe about ordination is inextricably linked to what we believe about the church offices.
True servants of the servants of God. In the first of two articles on the role of bishops, Lee Gatiss looks at their origin and the Anglican view of bishops.
Crossway also includes our quarterly prayer diary.
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Dr Ros Clarke is the Associate Director of Church Society and editor of Crossway