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Letter to the Editor: Prayers for the Dead at Remembrance Services

Prayers for the Dead at Remembrance Services   Sir, Remembrance Sunday is an important and poignant landmark in our nation’s annual calendar, and a day to reflect, give thanks and pray for peace. We see church and civic life combine in silence and remembrance, as...

Evangelical Theological College of Asia

Evangelical Theological College of Asia Have you ever wondered if there was a sound reformed theological training institution in Asia?  The Evangelical Theological College of Asia is just such a school.  It is located in Singapore and its faculty are mostly from...

Prudence Dailey’s Commentary: Should Women Be Afraid of Men?

Prudence Dailey's Commentary Should Women be Afraid of Men? Recently, someone I used to work with shared on her Facebook page a link to an article from The Times magazine by the feminist writer Caitlin Moran. The substance of Ms Moran’s piece—rhetorically addressed to...

FIEC Updates Its “Values Statement”

FIEC Updates Its “Values Statement” The Fellowship of Independent Evangelical Churches recently updated its “Values Statement.”  It is well-worth your time to read.  There are FIEC affiliated congregations in England, Scotland, and Wales.   1. God-honouring and...

Death of LENORA HAMMOND

Lenora Hammond 1960-2021 Mrs Lenora Hammond, wife of Frontline Fellowship founder Dr Peter Hammond, died on 9 November.  She was six days short of her sixty-first birthday.  Frontline Fellowship is headquartered in Cape Town, South Africa. Mrs Hammond was born into a...

Archbishops’ Appointments Secretary to Retire

Archbishops’ Appointments Secretary to Retire “The Archbishops of Canterbury and York have paid tribute to the service of Caroline Boddington, who has announced she will be leaving the National Church Institutions (NCIs) at the end of 2021 after 17 years as the...

Book Review: The Lullingstone Secret

The Lullingstone Secret Jill Masters Wakeman Press, 2021 (ISBN: 9781913133115, 97pp, £5.95) Lullingstone Villa in Kent is a fascinating site to visit whatever one’s awareness of ancient history and is lavishly curated by English Heritage. Since its excavation in the...

Book Review: The Welsh Methodist Society

The Welsh Methodist Society The Early Societies in South-West Wales 1737-1750 Eryn M. White University of Wales Press, 2021 (ISBN: 9781786835796, 350pp, £24.99) In many respects, the church in Britain continues to live off the puttering afterglow of the eighteenth...

Eastern Rite Catholics: What Are They?

Eastern Rite Catholics What Are They? Former Bishop Michael Nazir-Ali’s recent defection to Rome has highlighted earlier efforts of the Roman Catholic Church to bring other ecclesiastical jurisdictions into its orbit.  There are a total of twenty-three which have...

Clergy & Ordinands Subscribing to the English Churchman Get Free Book

Clergy & Ordinands Subscribing to the English Churchman Get Free Book

Any serving clergyman or theological student in training within the UK will receive a free copy of JC Ryle’s, Knots Untied when they subscribe to the English Churchman newspaper.

The Banner of Truth Trust has partnered with the English Churchman to make this offer to our clerical and student readers.

Unfortunately, the offer is only for those residing within the United Kingdom.

When availing of the offer, subscribers need to e-mail the EC office at:  englishchurchman@outlook.com.  In the subject line put, Knots Untied.  The secretary will then electronically contact you to tell you how to pay for the subscription.  

Students need to include a copy of their student ID.  Serving clergy need to tell which parish they are serving.

The offer is good for either a postal or electronic subscription.You must give permission for the English Churchman to share your mailing address details with The Banner of Truth Trust as they will be in charge of shipping.

Books will be mailed once per month via Royal Mail.  

Knots Untied has long been considered to be one of the greatest defences of the theology of the Protestant and Reformed Church of England.  It was first published in 1874, six years before Ryle was appointed as first Bishop of Liverpool.  

The Banner of Truth edition contains Ryle’s helpful footnotes and is very well bound.

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