/May 1998 Articles

THE WAY WE LIVE NOW

A PAPISTICAL PALIMPSEST IT IS A CURIOUS FACT that ecclesiastical history is probably the last academic discipline in which the term ‘primitive’ is one of approbation. This fact affords the rest of us the entertaining spectacle of Christian neophiliacs (like [...]

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REFORM UPDATE

HOT COMMUNICATION THE FOLLOWING MESSAGE recently appeared on the monitor of the wrong computer - at least, it is hoped it was the wrong computer! My Dear Screwtape, As you know, I much preferred scrolls and quills to e-mail, especially [...]

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FAITH OF OUR FATHERS

Duty and Conscience EDWARD KING was consecrated Bishop of Lincoln in 1885 after being Principal of Cuddesdon and Professor of Pastoral Theology at Oxford. His long ministry at Lincoln was marked by Christlike simplicity and tenderness. A great Theme of [...]

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ROBBIE LOW: THE INTERVIEW

David Holloway THE NAME HOLLOWAY is synonymous with controversy. Mention the word in any gathering of Episcopalians within these islands and it will provoke a strong reaction. Try it out in conversation with an oratory of orthodox and you will [...]

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FOR INFORMATION

SUGGESTIONS have reached us from High Places that our normally sagacious and circumspect Editor has been the victim of a gross imposture. It has been insinuated that our correspondent Archdeacon Armitage-Shanks is a fabrication. To put an end to rumours [...]

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LAMBETH BRIEFING

WE WESTCOTT persons stick together: so I was, I am afraid, in Cambridge over Easter (to hear Deacon Angela Tilby sing her first Exsultet - which she rehearsed, we were told on Radio 4, whilst ironing her Janet Regers - [...]

2017-06-14T19:06:42+00:00 May 1998 Articles|