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  1. JonahAF

    JonahAF Moderator Staff Member Typist Anglican

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    Below is a list of some works in progress or to be published in the future. This list will be updated as circumstances require.
    If any of these interest you to help volunteer with the text entry, please send a message.


    1. History of the Lambeth Articles; with the judgment of Bishop Andrews, Dr. Overall, and other eminent men upon them, published 1700.

    2. Lancelot Blackburn, The Blessedness of Suffering Persecution for Righteousness Sake, a Sermon Preached before Her Majesty at St. James's Chapel (1708)

    3. Henry Stebbing, The Doctrine of Justification by Faith in Jesus Christ, stated from Scriptures and Homilies of the Church of England (1757)

    4. Thomas Dilworth, The Catechism of the Church of England Explained, by Short and Practical Discourses (1772)

    5. Alexander Nowell, 'Middle Catechism', A Catechism, or institution of Christian Religion, to be learned of all youth (1572)
     
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    The list has been updated.


    N.B. The History of the Lambeth Articles was already taken up by a helpful contributor.
     
  3. JonahAF

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    We will be striving to publish online bishop Beveridge's 18th century commentary on the Articles of Religion. It is a very large effort and the person committed to it had to bow out. If anybody would like to help out, please message me.
     
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    Jonah,

    I would like to have a go at No. 4 above:

    4. Thomas Dilworth, The Catechism of the Church of England Explained, by Short and Practical Discourses (1772)

    You can send a scan and any specific directions to me at my email address on file in my registration information.

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    Contributor Group membership granted; welcome.
     
  6. Admin

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    In connection with the current atrocities and the genocide of Christians in the middle east, if anybody would like to volunteer to type up this work they will be welcome.


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  7. JonahAF

    JonahAF Moderator Staff Member Typist Anglican

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    Mhm that's a bit topical. But deal, and I would be willing to proofread and publish it.
     
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    May I help? I know I'm rather young, but I understand archaic English well, and transcribing should be no problem for me.
     
  9. JonahAF

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    Coming up soon!
    In just a few days we will upload the most famous and impressive system of Anglican thought published in the 16th century, issued as a comprehensive catechism:

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    A new concept we are working on: a collection of 16th century statements, each too small for a separate page, all brought together under one place and category. With underlying source pages as always.

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    Coming soon:
     

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    Coming soon, a Reformation-era piety and devotional guide.
     

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    These engravings have not been seen in almost 500 years.
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    JonahAF Moderator Staff Member Typist Anglican

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    Work in progress:

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  17. JonahAF

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    Not sure if it has a specific reference, but it is a well-known figure during the Renaissance, of the adulterous pair being killed in the act. See attached, which was taken from this 1544 work: https://onb.digital/result/10485D8A
     

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    More from the same work (eta in a few weeks!):

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    One of the last previews before this work goes live, possibly as early as this week. One of the most profusely illustrated works of the English Reformation:
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    Soon.

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    Matthew Parker, “On the Antiquity of the Church in Britain” (1572).

    Our scribes have been working overtime.