Tap into the experience and insight of leading nineteenth-century evangelical Anglican, Charles Bridges. Regarded by his peers as one of the most spiritually devoted, hard-working clergyman in the Church of England, Bridges wrote extensively on issues that plagued pastoral work and preaching in England. 150 years later, his literary work expresses truth applicable to ministry today.
You’ll dig into Psalm 119, Proverbs, and Ecclesiastes with commentary still read over and over again today. His rich pastoral text, The Christian Ministry went through several editions internationally, and holds its value as a ministry resource to this day. His Essay on Family Prayer and Address to Young Persons after Confirmation demonstrates a commitment to pastoral work that reaches all people, young and old. Bridges’ work is valuable both for its insight into the Church of England in the nineteenth century, and its timeless commentary on Christian ministry and discipleship.
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Charles Bridges (1794–1869) was an Anglican preacher, Puritan, and theologian, and a leader in the evangelical wing of the Church of England. Bridges attended Queens’ College, Cambridge and was ordained in 1817. He served as vicar of Old Newton, Suffolk; Weymouth, Dorset; and Hinton Martell, Dorset.