Monthly Archives: March 2022

Book Review: “The Sacramental Vision of Edward Bouverie Pusey”

The Sacramental Vision of Edward Bouverie Pusey. By Tobias A. Karlowicz. New York: T&T Clark, 2021. 232 pp. $115 (cloth). To call a work “revisionist” usually suggests that it seeks to overturn a commonly held understanding of its subject in favor of an interpretation that is implausible or strained, often in the service of some…

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Exposition of the Thirty-nine Articles – Article VI (Part 3)

Section III. — On the Real Value of Tradition, and the Reading of the Apocrypha. I. THE Church of England then holds, in conformity with the Church of old, that Scripture is absolutely perfect in relation to the end to which it tends, namely, the teaching us all things necessary to salvation. She denies the…

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Five Smooth Stones for Anglican Renewal

In honor of Dr. Packer and John Webster The other day I found an old set of theses on Anglicanism that I wrote over a decade ago; they seem just as true today as when I first wrote them, and if anything even more relevant. So, with a few revisions and the blessing of The…

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J. C. Ryle on What Evangelical Religion Is (Part 5)

Reading further in Ryle’s Knots Untied, here is a fifth – and final – installment from Ryle on what evangelical religion is: ( e ) The fifth and last leading feature in Evangelical Religion is the importance which it attaches to the outward and visible work of the Holy Ghost in the life of man. Its theory is that…

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