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Please note that there is an error at the end of the article by Jeffery, Sach and Ovey. The last three sentences in the printed edition have come from somewhere else and are not part of the article. A fuller, and correct, version of the article can be found at: piercedforourtransgressions.com

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 Issue: Winter 2005 No.95
  • A Reformed Church - what are the characteristics of a Reformed Church?  David Phillips
  • Divide and Multiply.  Peter Brown
  • How Big is the Anglican Communion?
  • Lottery Losers - money down the drain ten years on.
  • Reforming the Church - steps to bring change to the Church of England.  David Phillips
  • The Windsor Report - an introduction and suggested steps for the Anglican Primates to now take.  David Phillips
  • Women Bishops - the Rochester Report.  David Phillips

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Issue: Spring 2003 No.88
  • Predestination - This is a key doctrine in understanding God and ourselves yet it is both neglected and under threat.
  • Open Theism - a brief summary of open theism and its roots.
  • Coloured Water - Roy Moody argues that some popular ideas about guidance are not biblical.
  • Born of Mary - Final part in the series on Mary.
  • Service should have been buried the long lingering death of the Series 1 burial services.
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Issue: Winter 2002 No.87
  • False Teaching. False teaching is inevitable. It is part of the work of Satan in trying to hinder the work of the Church. Yet, the division whihc it creates is not necessarily bad or wrong. Indeed there must also be factions among you, in order that those who are approved may be recognised among you (1 Cor 11.19).
  • 40-Year Nosedive. Brian Green examines the decline in confirmation numbers and asks why no-one is concerned.
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  • Learning from Mary. A biblical understanding of Mary and her example for Christians today.  David Meager
  • The Nature of the Bible. Divisions among the Church centre not on matters of interpretation but on whether the Bible is 'God's infallible Word'.
  • Powerful Preaching Again. Peter Brown takes a further look at the unwitting messages churches send out.
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Issue: Autumn 2002 No.86
All Saints Day 2002 (1st November) sees the 450th anniversary of the 1552 Book of Common Prayer. This book was only in use for just over a year but became the substance of later prayer books including the long-lived 1662 book. It represented the pinacle of reformed liturgy in the Church of England and both issue 86 of Cross†Way and issue 116/3 of Churchman contain articles exploring the value and impact of the book
  • The Reformed Worship of 1552 looks at the background to the present services.
  • Cranmer and the Lord's Supper. The service in 1552 where reformed principles came most to the fore was the revision of the service for the administration of the Lord's Supper. This article looks at the biblical themes which permeate the service.  The text of the 1552 Service can be downloaded here (PDF - 88kb)
  • Of Druids, Bards and Archbishops Following the announcement of Rowan Williams as the next Archbishop of Canterbury the media, and in particular The Times, made hay out of the fact that he had been invited to be made a Bard at the Welsh National Eisteddfod in August. Dr Williams is not alone in having accepted this literary Ohonour¹. Many Welsh clergy have accepted it in the past including former Archbishops and evangelicals. It seems that in the past few have protested against the ceremony but it is undoubtedly the high profile of Dr Williams that has attracted attention. Is it wrong for him to have accepted this honour?
  • Mary as Mediatrix and Redemptrix is the third and final article on the marian errors of the Roman Catholic Church by David Meager. Since the time of the Reformation the errors of Rome have increased and today many believe that Mary and Jesus have a joint role in salvation. Thus they have ceased to be Christian at all.
  • The services of 1552, which were principally the work of Thomas Cranmer, show not only sound theology but also shrewd psychology. 'Cranmer -Psychologist as well as Theologian' by Canon David Wheaton.
  • There were many apparently small changes between the first and second prayer books of the reign of Edward VI (1549 and 1552) which actually represent major steps in the reformation of the Church of England. Small Steps - Big Leaps.
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Issue: Summer 2002 No.85
  • Teaching the Truth. Several diocesan Bishops support the suppression of proper teaching about the nature of science and theories of human origins. This article looks at why it is important that children are taught the truth
  • To be or not to be. Ann Bell takes a look at motherhood within the Mothers Union movement, particularly the way in which the movement has lost its way and its failure to uphold the sanctity of life
  • Frank Knaggs reports on a recent address by Jack Spong and the fanciful approach to scripture which he and other liberals espouse.

  • Are we literalists?

  • Mariolatry. This second article on Mary looks at the supposed 'assumption' of Mary.

  • Defending the Local Church. Part of the work of Church Society is to support local churches in carrying out gospel work. The Society has appealed to Her Majesty in Council regarding a recent pastoral scheme as is explained in this article.

  • Trained for What? An analysis of the view of ministry underpinning the recent report on ordination training in the Church of England (SAFOT report - Structure and Funding of Ordination Training).
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Issue: Spring 2002 No.84

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Issue: Winter 2001 No.83
  • The theme for this issue is Evangelicalism .
    • Every once in a while the question arises of what is an Evangelical? It is a question that many do not like.
    • Pride Without Prejudice Jeffrey Donaldson at a fringe meeting at the Conservative Party Conference.
    • The Changing Faith of Evangelicalism How does contemporary evangelicalism compare with that of our forebears?
    • The Chief Essentials of True Evangelical Churchmanship Church Association Tract 420 - Abridged. The full text is available here.
    • Mary Next ARCIC update.
    • Without Error The authority of Scripture.
    • Deacons General Synod proposed extension to the office of Deacon.
    • Evangelizing Modern Young People The Revd. Peter Toon argues that to proclaim the Gospel effectively to such people one must offer nothing less than the whole and real thing.
    • General Synod News
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      Issue: Autumn 2001 No.82
    The theme for this issue is Women Bishops and Priests .
    • Leadership Within our church we must beware of borrowing too readily from the world. Christian leaders must serve, pastor, teach, govern and discipline and in all things be modelled on Christ. We must also seek so far as is possible to keep these functions of leadership local.
    • When Disaster Comes What is God saying? Punishing Evil; Justice in War
    • Articles for Today In the concluding part of his series on the 39 Articles Donald Allister looks at how the articles would require updating to address issues of today without diverting from the truths they affirm.
    • Revisiting the Arguments - Women as Priests There is no shortage of work to be done by the Church of Christ, no shortage of need or opportunities to minister by both men and women. However, if we would be faithful to scripture then we must continue to assert that the roles of presbyteral leadership in the church are roles which in God's good purposes are to be exercised by men.
    • Women Bishops I am convinced, and I am aware how much this infuriates many, that accepting women as priests and bishops opens the floodgates. We have permitted a method of interpreting the bible which allows us to draw different conclusions on matters of ministry to that drawn by the first Christians and indeed by the church through the ages. This same biblical hermeneutic (interprative method) will allow in all maner of destructive teaching without restraint.
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      Issue: Summer 2001 No.81
    • Has Ecumenism run its course? The advent of recent reports from the Roman Catholic Church have shown that the underlying teaching of the Church of Rome has not changed since the Reformation. Moreover the tone of the reports has been a great shock to many e cumenical enthusiasts, calling into question the future of their endeavours.
    • Where there is no vision The presentation given by David Holloway at the press launch of 'A Vision for the Nation : A Christian Manifesto' .
    • Articles for Today by Donald Allister In the penultimate part of his series on the 39 Articles Donald Allister looks at how the articles would require updating to address issues of today without diverting from the truths they affirm.
    • The Eucharist : sacrament of unity The editor analyses the recent House of Bishops Report which is itself a response to the English Roman Catholic teaching document 'One Body one Bread'. Subtitled 'When the chickens come home to roost!'
    • Sincerely wrong. A study in false teaching, based on 1 John 2.18-25 by John Cheeseman
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    Issue: Spring 2001 No.80
    • Hearing God's Voice - what should be our response to major national problems and disasters?
    • Protecting the Young Update on the legal action which is being taken against the Government.
    • A View from Inside the Farm Gate T. R. Musson, General Synod member for Truro Diocese, continues his account of his search for what God is saying to us all in this crisis and gives first hand accounts of the practical Christian support for farmers.
    • No Leadership at Kanuga A report on the meeting of the Primates of the Anglican Communion at Kanuga, North Carolina.
    • Is there a Vicar in the House? A report on the proposal to allow clergy to sit in the House of Commons.
    • Error in Salisbury Concern over the hymn to Mary used in Salisbury Cathedral in December.
    • A Christian Manifesto - A Vision for the Nation is reproduced in full.
    • Looking Behind OLM Edward Underhill, Vicar of St. George's Gateshead, speaks in a debate on Ordained Local Ministry .
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      Issue: Winter 2000 No.79
    The theme for this issue is Ministry .
    • Understanding Ministry Today The Editor uncovers some of today's jargon.
    • Forty Years On Michael Walter explains the current work of the Board for Ministry.
    • Biblical Training David Peterson, Principal of Oak Hill College, explains the biblical basis of training for ministry.
    • The Thirty-nine Articles - A Faith for Today - Articles 23, 24, 26, 32:  The Christian Ministry. Donald Allister
    • The Majesty of Christ : Before Abraham Was, I Am
    • Plus news on Clergy Discipline, Common Worship, Changing Sex and more.
    • AGM Report
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      Issue: Autumn 2000 No.78
    The theme for this issue is Changing the Church . For the next five years General Synod will be asked to consider a wider range of issues and legislation which will affect the nature of the Church of England in the 21st Century.

    Further articles:
    • Extended Communion
    • Clergy Discipline Measure
    • The Thirty-nine Articles - A Faith for Today - Articles 25 & 27: The Sacraments: Baptism. Donald Allister
    • Marking the Boundaries Chris Pearce
    • Churchwardens Measure
    • Christ's 2000th Birthday Peter Brown
    • CS Trust News
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    Issue: Summer 2000 No.77
    The theme for this issue is A Church of the People . What Church Society has consistently argued is that whilst there may be a need for change, what is being enshrined in the Churchwardens Measure is a view of the Church of England that is entirely alien to our heritage and which will ultimately do harm to the Church and the cause of Christ.

    Further articles:
    • Churchwardens: A Peculiar Breed by The Revd. John Masding
    • Two Integrities - opting for extended oversight.
    • Consecration of Women as Bishops
    • Contending for the Faith by John Pearce
    • What is Scripture? by Paul Boyd-Lee
    • Toronto - an ARCIC update
    • Joint Councils Meeting - A report on the second joint meeting between the Councils of Church Society, Reform and the Fellowship of Word and Spirit
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      Issue: Spring 2000 No.76
    In June Church Society celebrates its 50th Birthday (at least under that name).

    In the current issue of Cross†Way the Director of Church Society explains something of the history of the Society and how it is working today .

    Further articles:
    • A Sonnet Trilogy by Tom Fookes
    • An exposition of the last three of the Thirty Nine Articles by Donald Allister under the title 'Living in the World'.
    • The Farming Crisis. An article based on a speech by Terry Musson at the General Synod.
    • In addition there is a range of new items about issues affecting the Church of England, particularly reports from the General Synod, and the work of Church Society.
    • The Thirty-nine Articles - A Faith for Today - Articles 37-39:  Living in the world. Donald Allister
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      Issue: Winter 1999 No.75
    The focus of this issue is Marriage, Divorce and Remarriage.

    Over recent months marriage, divorce and remarriage have been under discussion in both Church and society. It is important that a clear biblical voice is heard in these discussions and therefore the bulk of the articles in this edition of Cross†Way are focussing on these subjects.
    • That Which God Has Joined Together : The Editor reviews the current range of discussions relating to marriage remarriage and divorce.
    • Marriage in the Purposes of God : It is important to see the context, the big picture - the place of marriage, and singleness in the eternal purposes of God.
    • After over 40 years of marriage and ministry Margaret and Philip Hacking reflect on the ups and downs of married life and the particular pressures on those in parish ministry. Philip was in parish ministry in Sheffield and has had an international preaching ministry.
    • Amongst news about the recent meeting of the General Synod is an introduction to the new Common Worship Marriage Service and the text of a speech given by the Bishop of Liverpool to the July Synod on the changes to the Nicene Creed .
    • The danger of Christians capitulating to the views of secular society and the challenge to live biblically faithful lives has never been greater. Today this comes into sharp focus with the matter of Divorce and Remarriage. In One or None the Editor sets out this challenge in the light of scripture. Three books mentioned are currently available at discout to members of Church Society through our book club. Also considered is the recent House of Bishops' report on Marriage .
    • Living a chaste and single life in a permissive society is far from easy. When you have come from a homosexual background the pressure is even greater and often Churches prove far from helpful. Under the title The Silent Witness Martin Hallett, Director of True Freedom Trust, gives a personal persective on the Church and Homosexuality.
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    Issue: Autumn 1999 No.74
    The focus of this issue is Worldliness .
    A neat slogan declares that Christians should be “in the world, but not of the world”. Through history individuals and groups have fallen into the traps of seeking to separate themselves from the world or have become so ‘worldly' that their witness to Christ has been undermined. This tension is a theme running through the articles in this issue of Cross†Way.

    • Powerful Preaching Peter Brown considers what he calls the Imp-Licit preaching of today's world. The underlying assumptions made by the media and many in positions of influence are completely at odds with biblical teaching.
    • The Children's Society. Christians were disturbed over the summer to discover the extent to which the Church of England Children's Society has now effectively become an entirely secular organization.
    • Religious Life in Russia Today. The Orthodox Churches have for centuries resisted the influences of the culture around them. Jonathan Frais, Anglican Chaplain in Kiev, looks at the religious life of both Orthodox and non-Orthodox churches in Russia today.
    • The Spirit of Inspiration in Music. Owen Thomas reflects on what makes certain music truly inspirational in the worship of Almighty God.
    • Citizen's Charter. The Editor looks at practical guidance from the Book of Proverbs for citizens of heaven living in an alien land.
    • Resolution D: An encouragement to parishes to opt for extended oversight where their Bishop has turned from the faith and is not being disciplined.
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    Issue: Summer 1999 No.73
    The focus of this issue is Discipline .
    Discipline today is considered almost a dirty word. Ideas of personal discipline, or discipline in the home, are alien to many people's way of thinking and, to a large extent, even to the Church. Although some view discipline as the third distinguishing mark of a true church it is rare that we find it practiced in the local congregation and there has been much consternation nationally about the failure to discipline errant clerics for both doctrinal and moral matters.

    • Clergy Discipline. The Editor introduces the subject of Clergy Discipline . A draft Clergy Discipline Measure will be brought before the General Synod of the Church of England in July. This has the potential to be helpful, or harmful.
    • Is discipline an essential mark of a Church? The Editor considers the position of the Church of England in relation to other reformed churches.
    • Disciplining Children. Gillian Hall, a mother and teacher, writes on the currently contentious issue of disciplining children.
    • Discipline in the Parish. Canon David Wheaton, former Principal of Oak Hill Theological College reflects on his experience of exercising discipline in parish ministry.
    • Self-Discipline. Revd. Alan Hogarth, Rector of Beckington, looks at the issue of self-discipline that is so important to a ‘healthy' Christian life.
    • Discipline in a Local Church. The Editor explores some of the principles for exercising discipline in a local Church.
    • ARCIC Update. An update following on from the last edition and the eventual release of the report The Gift of Authority . See also What Can We Expect from ARCIC? in Cross†Way 72 Spring 99, and our publication ARCIC and the Church of England .
    • The Thirty-nine Articles - A Faith for Today - Articles 33-36:  Organizing the Church. Donald Allister
    • News
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      Issue: Spring 1999 No.72
    The focus of this issue is Authority .
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    Issue: Winter 1998 No.71
    The focus of this issue is The Lord's Supper .
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    Issue: Autumn 1998 No.70

    The focuses of this issue are Baptism, Predestination & Election and Mormonism .

    • Reflections of a Director
    • Adapting the new Baptism Service
    • The Thirty-nine Articles - A Faith for Today - Article 17  Predestination and Election. Donald Allister
    • Mormonism
    • Opinion
    • News
    • Do You Pay Income Tax?
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    Issue: Summer 1998 No.69

    The focuses of this issue are Music, Liturgical Change, Baptism and Using the NRSV.

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    • The Thirty-nine Articles - A Faith for Today - Articles 6-8  Scripture & Truth. Donald Allister
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    • The Thirty-nine Articles - A Faith for Today - Articles 1-5 The Holy Trinity. Donald Allister
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    • Dean Wace and the House - Outline of the life of Henry Wace whom the Church Society offices are named after  Arthur Pollard
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    • Priorites in the Parish  Ken Moulder explains that the priorities of a minister should be the preaching of the word and evangelism.
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