Is There a Church of England?

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C.H. SISSON


Is There a
CHURCH
OF
ENGLAND?

CARCANET

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Table of contents

  • Is There a Church of England? *
  • Contents v
  • Introduction 1
  • The Fifties *
  • A Political Note 11
  • A Literary Note 14
  • Responsible Positions 18
  • Church and State 19
  • Newman's Politics 28
  • The Sixties *
  • Church and Town 33
  • What Kind of English? 37
  • Native Ruminations 39
  • Is There a Church of England? 64
  • The Seventies *
  • The Schism between Church and State 71
  • Politics and the Pulpit 76
  • Some English Divines 83
  • A Four-Letter Word 110
  • Intimations of the Eternal 118
  • Coleridge Revisited 124
  • A Viewpoint on the Book of Common Prayer 130
  • The Eighties *
  • The Alternative Service Book 137
  • Tinkling Symbols 144
  • A Gentle Warning 147
  • An Abdication by the Church 150
  • The Reverend Member? 154
  • Notes on Church and State 158
  • Overheard by God 178
  • Martin Browne and Religious Drama 181
  • Religion and Public Doctrine 185
  • The Archbishop's Travels 194
  • Priests' Lib 198
  • Richard Baxter 205
  • Richard Hooker and the Ecclesiastical Polity 210
  • Hensley Henson 218
  • George Herbert 225
  • The Prayer Book Controversy: An Insular View 230
  • Christian Sobriety 235
  • The Church as Sect 241
  • The Devil's Hoof-Marks 247
  • Disestablishment 249
  • The Truth Shall Make You Free 252
  • The Nineties *
  • C. S. Lewis 261
  • Michael Ramsey 267
  • Change and Decay 273
  • The Writer and the Word 276
  • An Appendix of Poems *
  • Sources 297
  • Index of Names 299
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