The Select Works of William Goode gathers a diverse set of works from this important nineteenth-century evangelical leader in the Church of England. As the evangelical movement picked up speed in Great Britain, the evangelicals in the Church of England began to look to political activism and government reform to bring light into a dark world, and looked to bring the Gospel to all corners of society. In the first half of the nineteenth century there was a tenuous half-century union between the Churches of England and Ireland, and questions of ecclesiological identity abounded. Goode emerged in this time as a gifted preacher and theologian. His teaching was grounded in the ultimate authority of the Bible, and he sought to encourage open discussion on what the Bible’s truth brings to sacramental issues like baptism and the Eucharist, as well as pertinent issues of church authority and identity.
This collection includes Goode’s arguments defending the reformation in England, in response to Tractarians like John Henry Newman, Edward Pusey, and John Keble, who sought to reinfuse traditional elements of Anglican liturgy and theology lost in the Reformation. Also included are Goode’s Warburton Lectures, in which he encourages believers with evidence of God’s sovereign plan exhibited in the world through fulfilled prophecy.
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William Goode (1801–1868) was an evangelical leader in the Church of England. He was educated at St. Paul’s School London, and Trinity College, Cambridge, and was ordained deacon and priest in 1825. He was editor of the Christian Observer from 1847–1849, and Warburton Lecturer from 1853–1857. He was the Dean of Ripon from 1860 until his death.