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Or, a Discourse of the Nature, Effects, and
Blessings consequent to the Worthy Receiving of the Lord's Supper, and
of all the Duties required in Order to a Worthy Preparation: Together
with the Cases of Conscience occurring in the Duty of Him that
Ministers, and of Him that Communicates; As also Devotions Fitted to
Every Part of the Ministration.
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The Art of Reading Scripture, edited by Ellen F. Davis and Richard B. Hayes is reviewed by David F. Ford in Divinity Online of the Duke University School of Divinity.
Exciting Holiness, by Simon Kershaw, is reviewed in this week's Church Times by Rachel Boulding.
The Diary of Samuel Rogers, 1634-1638, edited by Tom Webster and Kenneth Shipps, is reviewed by Jonathan Clark.
Getting out of hell isn't easy: Christopher Howse, writing in The Telegraph, suggests that people aren't adequately afraid of being consigned to hell.
Religion is a bloody disgrace: Tony Bayfield, writing in The Guardian, argues that 'the Abrahamic family of faiths' is collectively failing.
The trouble with George: Hywell Williams, writing in The Guardian, is not happy with the post-retirement antics of George Carey, former Archbishop of Canterbury.
Youth and Young
Illustrative of the Apostles' Creed, by John Mason Neale (1885)
Magnificat: Sermons in St. Paul's, August, 1889, by H.P. Liddon
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Evangelicals are strict, not stupid: Colin Sedgewick, writing in The Guardian, argues against the stereotype that evangelicals are not intelligent.
Theology, by Natalie K. Watson, is reviewed by David Martin in
the Church Times.
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