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    Reformed Evangelical Anglicans pastors/authors?

    Hi! This may be a strange question coming from a particular Baptist in the SBC but wondering if you can add to my list of Reformed/Evangelical Anglican (Episcopalian) pastors/authors:

    Modern:
    J.I. Packer
    R.C. Lucas
    John Stott
    Vaughan Roberts

    Historic:
    J.C. Ryle
    William Romaine
    Henery Venn
    John Newton
    Thomas Scott
    Charles Bridges
    Augustus Toplady
    Charles Simeon

    My list seem to be exclusively of the English persuasion but feel free to name form other parts of the world.

    Also books that you especially recommend from a Reformed/Evangelical Anglican author?

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    Modern:

    Graeme Goldsworthy (lots of biblical theology, redemptive-historical stuff)

    Alister McGrath (tons of stuff)

    Gerald Bray (patristics, hermeneutics, systematic theology)
    Charlie Johnson
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    Chris Wright
    Os Guinness

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    George Herbert
    John Donne
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    Quote Originally Posted by thistle93 View Post
    Hi! This may be a strange question coming from a particular Baptist in the SBC but wondering if you can add to my list of Reformed/Evangelical Anglican (Episcopalian) pastors/authors:

    Modern:
    J.C. Ryle
    J.I. Packer
    R.C. Lucas
    John Stott
    Vaughan Roberts

    Historic:
    William Romaine
    Henery Venn
    John Newton
    Thomas Scott
    Charles Bridges
    Augustus Toplady
    Charles Simeon

    My list seem to be exclusively of the English persuasion but feel free to name form other parts of the world.

    Also books that you especially recommend from a Reformed/Evangelical Anglican author?

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    For His Glory-
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    Historic
    Thomas Becon, [sometimes also spelled Beccon] Canon and Prebendary of Canterbury, the Chaplain to Archbishop Cranmer
    John Jewel
    19th Century
    John Ayre
    Charles John Ellicott
    19th & 20th Centuries
    Edgar Charles Sumner Gibson especially his The Three Creeds and The Old Testament in the New
    20th Century
    John W. Wenham especially his tract, Our Lord's View of the Old Testament
    John James Why Evil? A Biblical Approach
    Leonard Hodgson [attrition to liberalism is reflected in some of his writings] The Doctrine of the Trinity
    20th & 21st Centuries
    Alec Motyer
    Os Guinness
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    George Whitfield
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    An obvious one I left out is Peter Toon.
    In the 19th century an organization called The Parker Society was formed for the publication of the works of the fathers and early writers of the Reformed English Church. All that they publish is evangelical and reformed in character. The Parker society was probably founded in reaction to the Anglo-catholic Tractarians. A list of their works may be found at
    Project Canterbury: The Parker Society
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    Ezra 7:10 For Ezra had set his heart to seek the law of the Lord, and to do it and to, teach in Israel its statues and ordinances.

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    Michael Green is a contemporary evangelical Anglican writer and apologist
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    The late Derek Kidner wrote some excellent Old Testament commentaries. 20th and 21st centuries
    Andrew Robert Fausset was an Anglican and a Canon & Prebendary of York. 19th Century.
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    Quick partial list, random order:
    Archbishop Ussher
    Robert Leighton
    Joseph Hall
    H.P. Liddon
    Leon Morris
    Thomas Cranmer
    John Davenant
    John Hooper
    William Gurnall
    John Berridge
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    Philip Edgcumbe Hughes - modern.

    He wasn't strictly English. He was born in Australia, spent time in South Africa, was ordained in England, and ministered and died in the USA.
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    Richard Thomas France AKA R. T. France
    New Testament scholar.
    I just learned he died in Feb 2012.
    Many of our Nigerian Anglican brothers held him in very high regard.
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    Quote Originally Posted by yeutter View Post
    Michael Green is a contemporary evangelical Anglican writer and apologist
    Having worshipped with Michael Green in the same church for 4 years, I know that he would not describe himself as a Reformed Anglican. He is also within charismatic movement (albeit its more biblically responsible wing).
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    Thanks for the help. Great list. Anglicanism has so many great authors. Anglicanism has a great history and still a remnant of the faithful left. Pray that after people like J.I. Packer pass away the denomination does not go into complete apostasy. For His Glory- Matthew
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