Journals

Rev Peter D Thomson

Peter Thomson notes the use of inclusive language throughout the book. He questions the use of REB as the only Bible version, also the changes in forms of liturgical texts and the three year lectionary rather than four. He is appreciative of the comprehensive alternative services, ordinances and prayers.

Reference: Volume 27 All Saints 1994, p27
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PDF icon Common Order [Two]1.19 MB

Rev Tom A Davidson Kelly

Tom Davidson Kelly laments the omission of the traditional words “Holy things to holy people”, with the paradox of holiness/unworthiness in receiving the blessed sacrament. Sinners are quickened in their desire for sanctification, being made holy through Christ.

Reference: Volume 27 All Saints 1994, p30
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PDF icon What happened to the Sancta Sanctis?1.09 MB

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George Rendle Leathem MA BD

Ian Robert Newton Miller MA

Ian Alexander Moir MA BD PhD

Ninian Blundell Wright MBE BD

Reference: Volume 27 All Saints 1994, p33
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PDF icon Obituaries290.2 KB

The Editor

Changes to French church buildings following Vatican II as noted by the editor in his travels. The church of the Taize Community is included.

Reference: Volume 24 Spring 1991, p1

No author specified

Reference: Volume 24 Spring 1991, p1
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PDF icon Future Activities of the Society1.77 MB

Peter Davidson

Reprint of an article in the Evangelical Quarterly 1955. It reveals the pervasiveness in Whyte's preaching of the subject of sin, and of specific sins. He was criticised by contemporaries for an over-emphasis on this area and for falling into the trap of preaching justification by works which did not allow for 'real peace'. The relationship of justification to sanctification is explored and the place of prayer.

Reference: Volume 24 Spring 1991, p7
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PDF icon The Main Themes of Alexander Whyte5.52 MB

Colin Williamson

Reference: Volume 24 Spring 1991, p26

Bryan Spinks and the Editor

Reference: Volume 24 Spring 1991, p27
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PDF icon Wanted376.79 KB

Gerald Jones

Reference: Volume 24 Spring 1991, p28
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PDF icon Intercessions for an Ecumenical Service545.37 KB

Gerald Jones

Reference: Volume 24 Spring 1991, p30
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PDF icon Prayers for Use at Weddings944.17 KB

Gerald Jones

Reference: Volume 24 Spring 1991, p34
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PDF icon Litany for Mothering Sunday585.95 KB

W W D Gardiner

An extract from the Annual of 1938-89 betraying anxiety about Irish immigration.

Reference: Volume 24 Spring 1991, p36
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PDF icon “From the Archives” (May 1938-1939)258.53 KB

T Graeme Longmuir

Some reflections on the residue of the Victorian church in the present day. In the writer's view we have kept the programme but not the passion of the previous age. In a church more minister-dominated than ever, the attempt to empower 'lay' people is not being allowed to develop.

Reference: Volume 24 Spring 1991, p37

Peter D Thomson

The role of the Moderator of a court of the church is discussed and it is argued that the opening worship be either dropped or reconfigured.

Reference: Volume 24 Spring 1991, p49
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PDF icon Moderator!1.74 MB

Herrick Bunney

The Master of Music of St Giles' Cathedral selects a passage from the Annual of 1948 which

Reference: Volume 24 Spring 1991, p54
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PDF icon “From the Archives” (May 1948)350.42 KB

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