What shall I render, Lord, to thee
For thy surprising grace,
That thou hast made my soul to see
Thy reconciled face.
That I, who was with stains of sin
So horridly defiled,
Should thus be washed and taken in
For thine adopted child.
When nothing but a bath divine,
Of Jesus’ dying blood,
Could fit this leprous soul of mine
To stand before my God.
Over the past several months, our original content has decreased and our curated content has become a bit overwhelming. Going forward, we will focus primarily on original content. Curated content will be selected with greater discretion and published less frequently. This means that our front page may be updated less often, but the material you find there will be more meaningful.
Additionally, I am overseeing the addition of some classic Anglican works in our digital Library. This project has stalled over the past year, but it is underway once again. I’ll highlight these works as each complete text becomes available. Note that these texts are carefully edited. This means they are not copied—with errors—from other websites. Instead, they are diligently, word by word, taken from faithful sources, with cautious corrections of typographical errors and updated footnotes.
The website is privately funded. There is no third-party advertising on the site. Readers may contribute to the support of our writers by purchasing items from the Bookshop. This helps ensure we can continue producing quality original content.
The bookshop features carefully selected titles that are connected to confessing Anglicanism. A few other items are available that address some current issues that challenge our Christian faith. The inventory is intentionally limited so we can help meet a particular need for relevant resources.
Thank you for reading and continuing to encourage us in this our second year of publishing material that reflects our faith, as J. C. Ryle described it: “The Bible, the Articles, and the principles of the Protestant Reformation.”
Daniel J. Sparks