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W.R. Inge, Co-operation with the Spirit of the Age (1911) Proverbs like, “Whoever marries the spirit of the age will soon be a widower’ are known to all, but few read the work which it comes from, The Spirit of the Age, published 1911 by the Dean of St. Paul’s Cathedral. Dean Inge writes about […] More →
S. Augustine, Concerning Adulterous Marriages, to Pollentius (1550) This translation of a work by Saint Augustine played a profound role in shaping the course of the English Reformation. One of the key topics (of great influence on the present day) was the subject of divorce and remarriage. The great Anglican texts on this question, by […] More →
16-18th c. Collection: Women’s Ordination One of the most controversial topics in the Anglican world today surely is the question of women’s ordination. In thinking of how (or whether) we should add to the conversation, the best course of action seemed to be to disregard subjective views and simply let the tradition speak for itself; […] More →