In the eighteenth century, multiple ecclesiological disputes erupted between the Church of England and its Presbyterian counterparts. Among the most important was a dispute over ecclesiology. Archibald Boyd, the Anglican perspective’s leading apologist, addressed the issue at length in lectures, systematic treatises, and letters. The Select Works of Archibald Boyd collection comprises Boyd’s most important work on the issue. It includes Boyd’s lectures on the The Book of Common Prayer, as well as his early work on the offices, ceremonies, and rites of the Anglican Church. This collection also comprises Boyd’s later, and more systematic and extensive theological works on ecclesiology, baptism, and basic Christian doctrine.
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Archibald Boyd (1803—1883) was dean of Cathedral Church of St. Peter at Exeter, England. He was educated at Trinity College in Dublin, and was noted for his persuasive preaching, moderate evangelicalism, and his ecclesiological controversies with Irish Presbyterians. He published and lectured extensively on this debate, and became known as an able apologist for the Church of England and a leading figure in late nineteenth-century Anglicanism.