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It is also instructive that, at what historians such as Bosher reconstruct as a moment of Laudian triumph and the resurrection of Laudian churchmanship, Charles II offered bishoprics to a number of Presbyterian divines such as Edward Calamy, Richard Baxter, and Edward Reynolds.
Mather, "Georgian Churchmanship Reconsidered: Some Variations in Anglican Public Worship, 1714-1830," Journal of Ecclesiastical History 36 (1985): 255-83; Viviane Barrie-Curien, Clerge et pastorale en Angleterre au XVIIIe siecle: le diocese de Londres (Paris: Editions du Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, 1992), the analysis being continued in a large number of her papers too numerous to list here; Judith Jago, Aspects of the Georgian Church: Visitation Studies of the Diocese of York, 1761-1776 (Madison: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 1997) and, with Edward Royle, The Eighteenth-Century Church in Yorkshire: Archbishop Drummond's Primary Visitation of 1764, Borthwick Papers 95 (York: Borthwick Institute of Historical Research, University of York, 1999).
46) With his obvious admiration of High and Anglo-Catholic churchmanship, Baxter affirmed that High Churchmen figured among "the finest characters and the hardest workers among the clergy that we have met .
My churchAEs style of churchmanship was traditional and cliched but their interaction with people was not.
Grant by other standards--his churchmanship or theology.
He asks what churchmanship is, whether it can be measured, whether particular kinds of people are drawn to particular forms of churchmanship, and what differences churchmanship makes to what Anglican clergy believe or how they behave.
1 children, not in his first living and middle of the road with regard to churchmanship.
The final section of the book, "Missions: Churchmanship and Bishoprics," has the feel of padding about it, and if it is reasonable to discuss Pusey's attitude towards Bishop Colenso of Natal, the only moderately tractarian bishop of Toronto seems slightly out of place.
For an introduction to the phenomenon of Jacobite and High Church political culture, see Paul Kleber Monod, Jacobitism and the English People: 1688-1788 (Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 1989); Gordon Rupp, Religion in England: 1688-1791 (Oxford: Oxford UP, 1986), 5-28; and Kenneth Hylson-Smith, High Churchmanship in the Church of England (Edinburgh: T&T Clark, 1993), 71-82.
The church fails to be for the place when its theology, ecclesiastical structures, worship, and churchmanship is imported from a foreign culture or is a survival from another time.
An Anglican in his churchmanship and a Liberal by political persuasion, Crockett who, like my grandfather, had been an errand boy, gave a considerable amount of money to church charities in the town as well as to the hospital.
Since in Quispel's view, `Thomas' represents a Jesus tradition independent of the canonical gospels, this has wide-reaching ramifications in contemporary theology and churchmanship.
Laud is not interested in the court's synthetic (and costly) myths; for him the "labour" of churchmanship should be centered on "an orderly settlement of the external worship of God," or the protective "hedge" of the church as he calls it elsewhere.
Finney, as befits a former Anglican Officer for the Decade of Evangelism (the 1990s) and author of three other books on modern churchmanship, can turn a neat phrase.