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T hanks the our friends at The Latimer Trust in the U.K. we have four ( 4) copies of The Faith We Confess: An Exposition of the Thirty-Nine Articles by Dr. Gerald Bray to give away. USA mailing addresses only. Deadline to register is Friday, June 23. Enter here .
W e first mentioned Article 8 of the Thirty-Nine Articles of Religion in our discussion of Article 2 . We saw how the articles as a narrative whole link Article 8 and Article 2 on understanding the person of the Lord Jesus Christ. But we can also see how Article 8 concludes the triad of the...
T he first five of the Thirty-Nine Articles of Religion explained the universal faith of the church. Article 6 begins the theological issues that divided the church at the time of the Reformation and deals with the source of Christian doctrine. It explains the concept of sola Scriptura , "Scripture...
A rticle 5 of the Thirty-Nine Articles of Religion is another example of the need to read these articles as a whole. One of the new articles added by Archbishop Matthew Parker (1504-1575) in 1563, this article contains an explicit statement on the procession of the Spirit from the Father and the...
Articles 3-4 of the Thirty-Nine Articles of Religion continue to build on the narrative of the passion and triumph of the Lord Jesus Christ, on which Article 2 concluded. T he eternal Son, who took man’s nature in the womb of the blessed Virgin, " truly suffered, was crucified, dead and buried" (...
P rotestants who are unfamiliar need to hear the voice of the Thirty-Nine Articles of Religion in this anniversary year of the Reformation (see post 1 ). The Articles are also a great encouragement to those in North American Anglican churches who long for a continual reformation back to the Word of...
Being a Reformed pastor among Reformed pastors, and being Anglican, has its good-humored moments. At some point in the discussion, you need to address the relationship between our respective confessions, the Westminster Confession and the Thirty-Nine Articles of Religion . Depending on the person,...
"Remember therefore how thou hast received and heard, and hold fast, and repent." (Revelation 3:3; KJV) L ocal Anglican pastor John Whitlock (1625-1708) is the last minister in our reading of the Puritan Paperback, Sermons of the Great Ejection . “The Great Ejection” was the expulsion of 20%...
Let not them that wait on thee, O Lord GOD of hosts, be ashamed for my sake: let not those that seek thee be confounded for my sake, O God of Israel. (Ps. 69:6 KJV) Local Anglican pastor John Oldfield is next in our reading of the Puritan Paperback, Sermons of the Great Ejection . “The Great...
Having therefore these promises, dearly beloved, let us cleanse ourselves. (2 Corinthians 7.1 KJV) W e are at the last of the works by Anglican Thomas Watson in our reading of the Puritan Paperback, Sermons of the Great Ejection . “The Great Ejection” was the explusion of nearly 2,000 Anglican...