The Latimer Trust aims to encourage biblical thought and action by publications which engage from an evangelical perspective with contemporary issues affecting the church and the world. These publications include:
Latimer Studies - well-researched booklets usually of between 40 and 100 pages
Latimer Briefings - shorter booklets aimed at a wider audience
Latimer Books & Compilations - more substantial books, both new works and compilations of material previously published but not readily available.
Latimer Comments - very brief responses to issues of the moment
Anglican Foundations - a series of booklets which focus on the Formularies of the Church of England and offer practical guidance on how such services may be used in Christian ministry nowadays.
St Antholin's lectures - an annual lecture on Puritan theology (published in collaboration with the St Antholin Trustees
We also stock a few Other resources produced by or in association with other organisations.
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A commemorative Lecture
An outline of Hugh Latimer’s contribution to the English church, and his continued relevance for Christian life and mission today.
"My plea to the Anglican evangelicals of England is to be true to that gospel which they carried to us; to be faithful to the word of the living God; to be ruled by God through his word and Spirit; and to be fully committed at whatever cost to the proclamation of the gospel and the nurture of the churches until Christ returns."
Hugh Craig was a member of General Synod for 45 years (1950-1995). In this lecture, he summarises the history of the Church of England during this time. He draws lessons from this for evangelicals and looks to the future of the Church of England.
"The Church of England's primary function must ever be to glorify God. It must embody, convey and transmit the historic faith. It must constantly offer worship acceptable to God and understood by the people; its liturgy must be at once dignified and worthy of God; there must be no softening or evasion of His requirements. It is my contention that in all these respects the Church of England has fallen and continues to fall short."
“If we are to be edified by our worship, we need to think about the words we are using, so that we can make them our own.”
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This study considers the origins of the Church of England and the doctrines it stands for. "This, then, is the Church of England, and what it stands for. Is it not a church that we should be thankful to belong to, proud to commend to others, and bold to defend against its enemies, whether from without or from within?"
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