Churchman is an international Anglican theological journal produced quarterly by Church Society. The journal was first published in 1879 and since that time it has established its place as essential reading
for Christians who wish to gain a Biblical perspective on a range
of matters. Leading writers deal with current issues, historical
themes, and the Evangelical doctrine in which we believe.
Churchman is unique in being an Anglican
journal with a consistently high standard of scholarship that
is not aimed at academics alone. It deals with topics that need
to be clarified in the light of the Bible, the Thirty-nine Articles
and the Canons of the Church of England. Each issue also contains a substantial number of book reviews.
|Editor: Professor Gerald Bray
||Review Editor: Revd Lee Gatiss
||Chairman of Editorial Board: Revd Dr Michael Ovey
Most articles from 1932 onwards are available to read on this website - see Articles section. Articles from the earlier editions (1879 onwards) are available to read at the biblicalstudies.org.uk website.
|Volume 127 Issue 1 ( Spring 2013 )|
|Editor: Bray, Gerald|
|View the editorial (pdf)|
|Order this issue from the online store.|
|Saville, Andy||The Old Testament is Explicitly Christian|
|Pearson, Fergus||Thomas Scott: 'Very Busy, Very Unpopular, and a Little Useful.'|
|Blanch, Allan M.||William Tyndale's Ideas about Conversion|
|Lane, Adrian||Application and Persuasion: Bringing all of God's Word to All in His World|
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Forthcoming Articles (alphabetical by author)
- Kieran Beville - Agressive Atheism
- Noel Cox - Women Bishops
- George Curry - Marriage
- Ashley Null - Cranmer and Tudor Evangelicalism
- Graham O'Brien - In pursuit of Reverence
- Benjamin Sargent - Christian Leadership
- David Shaw - Junia
- David Wood - John Berridge
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