Dean’s Bulletin Board 1.20.2018: Ashley Null
Ashley Null is always worth reading, but most especially now where our denomination has no sense of where it came from nor the consequences of where we are now, or where we are heading. We need to be reminded, but moreover, take hold of our gospel inheritance. – Andrew https://livingchurch.org/2018/01/19/right-desire-and-true-gospel/
Three Chances to Hear Rod Rosenbladt and Scott Keith
DBB 10.30.2017 What do we owe to the Reformation?
A great listen for Reformation Day (10/31)! Written by the formidable Bishop J.C. Ryle and read by Lee Gattis, What do we owe to the Reformation? is a good reminder to give thanks for those saints who have gone on before us. Indeed, for their stewardship of the gospel that has passed on to us, let […]
Reformation Celebration – Luther Quotations
25 October 2017 (Cahaba Brewery) Narration and quotations read in turn by Gil Kracke, Andrew Pearson, and Mark Gignilliat General progression: I – Autobiographical fragments and references II – Subject of theology III – The role and nature of scripture IV – Law and gospel V – Life lived in freedom VI – Towards our […]
DBB 9.30.2017: Sermon Series on the Reformation Solas
The five “solas” which emerged from the Reformation capture its central concerns related to the Bible, God, and his salvation of us as ungodly sinners: Scripture Alone, Faith Alone, Grace Alone, Christ Alone, and to the Glory of God Alone. This year’s Reformation Day (October 31) marks the 500th Anniversary of Martin Luther’s posting of […]
DBB 9.09.2017: Majority Protestants Are (Maybe) Not Protestant?
PZ’s Church Interiors Redux
Dean’s Bulletin Board 1.19.2017: A statement from the Archbishops of Canterbury and York on the 500th anniversary of the Reformation
I do lament the divisions in the Church, but let us not think that the separation was unnecessary. The early 20th Century bishop of Durham, Handley Moule, made the observation: Notes on Our Prayer Book by Moule. ‘Now was felt a great movement of minds and souls in almost every part of Europe, England included. We know […]
Dean’s Bulletin Board 10.07.2016
Dean’s Bulletin Board 9.26.2106
Detail, Gerlach Flicke’s portrait of Cranmer (1545). Anglican Identity and Common Prayer – my essay in The Living Church “…I am not advocating a free for all when it comes to liturgical practice in the church, but I am dead set against conformity, if the 1979 Book of Common Prayer is the standard…” Read the […]