Well, internet radio. Yesterday I had the honour of having a sermon played on Chris Rosebrough's Fighting for the Faith programme on Pirate Christian Radio. My thanks to my brother and fellow-contributor at Free St. George's, Hieraeth, for pointing to this particular sermon as the one to send, and to Principal Philip H. Eveson of the London Theological Seminary who was responsible for my obtaining the Parker sermon volumes which I refer to as being in part responsible for the outline of this sermon. Also to Rev. Chris Bennett of Wilton Community Church, Muswell Hill, my New Testament and Greek tutor at the LTS, whose essay led me to the Parker sermon.
MY thanks also to Jason, for transcribing the prayer that opens this sermon here. I would recommend the reading of the Book of Common Prayer if you want to improve the quality of public prayer. Not to use the words, but to see how the Reformers prayed. I was brought up on the old BCP, as it is affectionately called, and that has a great influence on people. Former Anglicans can recognise each other!