Henson’s published sermons

(list still in progress)

  1. 1887–1900

Christian clubs: a special sermon preached before the members of the Oxford House, University, Mape Street and St Bartholomew Clubs, at their club-service, in St Andrews Church, Bethnal Green [10 July 1886] (Oxford, 1887)

Wisdom iii. 5: a sermon preached in the chapel of All Souls College on November 2, 1887 in the 450th year since the foundation of the college (Oxford, 1887)

‘St. Edward the confessor’, Prov. x. 7 [13 Oct. 1889, St. Edward’s, Romford, dedication festival on the translation of St. Edward the Confessor], in Light and leaven: historical and social sermons to general congregations (London, 1897), 135-46

‘A harvest festival sermon’, Luke iv. 4 [4 Oct. 1891, St. Margaret’s, Barking], in Light and leaven, 251-63

‘Sermon to working men’, Luke x. 7 [8 Nov. 1891, St. Margaret’s, Barking, Gasworkers’ and General Labourers’ Union, church parade, in Light and leaven, 264-79

‘Sermon to working men’, 2 Thess. iii. 10 [6 Nov. 1892, St. Margaret’s, Barking, Gasworkers’ and General Labourers’ Union, second church parade, in Light and leaven, 280-92

Gas workers and general labourers’ annual church parade: a special sermon (Barking, 1893)

‘Sermon to working men’, Col. iv. I [12 Nov. 1893, St. Margaret’s, Barking, Gasworkers’ and General Labourers’ Union, third church parade, in Light and leaven, 293-309

‘The Christian in the world’, Eph. v. 15, 16 [4 Mar. 1894, fourth Sunday in Lent, Westminster Abbey], in Light and leaven, 178-90

‘The importance of the study of church history’, Prov. viii. 31 [4 Nov. 1894, St. Margaret’s, Barking], in Light and leaven, 25-36

‘Sermon to working men’, Jas. v. 4 [11 Nov. 1894, St. Margaret’s, Barking, Gasworkers’ and General Labourers’ Union, fourth church parade, in Light and leaven, 310-24

Failure and fellowship: parting words to my dear and loyal friends the congregation of S. Margaret’s, Barking (London, 1895)

‘The reunion of Christendom’, Ezek. xxvii. 15-17 [3 Nov. 1895, St. Mary’s, University of Oxford], in Ad rem: thoughts for critical times in the church (London, 1899), 1-13

‘The church and biblical criticism’, John v. 39, 40 [8 Dec. 1895, St. Mary’s, University of Oxford], in Ad rem, 27-42

‘Christianity and social relationships’, 1 Cor. vii. 31 [15 Mar. 1896, St. Mary’s Hospital, Ilford], in Light and leaven, 209-21

‘Christianity and slavery’, Col. iv. 9 [3 May 1896, St. Mary’s Hospital, Ilford], in Light and leaven, 236-48

‘The administration of holy baptism in large urban parishes’, Mark x. 14 [14 June 1896, St. Mary’s, University of Oxford], in Apostolic Christianity: notes and inferences mainly based on S. Paul’s epistles to the Corinthians (London, 1898), 319-35

Christian liberty and papal claims [Gal. v. 1]: a sermon preached before the members of the Canterbury Diocesan Church Reading Society, in Folkestone Parish Church, on Thursday, October 1st (Canterbury, 1896), also published in Ad rem, 14-26

‘Christianity and childhood’, Luke ii. 27 [27 Dec. 1896, St. Mary’s Hospital, Ilford], in Light and leaven, 222-35

‘The progress of discipleship’, Phil. iii. 13, 14 [24 Jan. 1897, St. Mary’s, University of Oxford], in Ad rem, 54-72

‘The work of Christ’, John ix. 4 [31 Jan. 1897, Lincoln’s Inn], in Light and leaven, 165-77

‘Early church history of the British islands: planting of the church in Britain’, Isa. li. 1 [16 May 1897, St. Mary’s Hospital, Ilford], in Light and leaven, 37-49

‘Early church history of the British islands: S. Patrick, apostle of Ireland’, Gal. i. 15, 16 [16 May 1897, St. Mary’s Hospital, Ilford], in Light and leaven, 50-62

‘Early church history of the British islands: celtic Christianity’, Isa. xxxv. I, 2 [23 May 1897, St. Mary’s Hospital, Ilford], in Light and leaven, 63-75

‘Early church history of the British islands: S. Columba, apostle of Scotland’, Isa. vi. 8, 9 [23 May 1897, St. Mary’s Hospital, Ilford], in Light and leaven, 76-86

‘Early church history of the British islands: Christendom in the sixth century’, Judg. xxi. 25 [30 May 1897, St. Mary’s Hospital, Ilford], in Light and leaven, 87-98.

‘Early church history of the British islands: S. Augustine, apostle of England’, Isa. lx. I [30 May 1897, St. Mary’s Hospital, Ilford], in Light and leaven, 99-109

‘Early church history of the British islands: Christianity in the sixth century’, Matt. xiii. 31, 32 [6 June 1897, St. Mary’s Hospital, Ilford], in Light and leaven, 110-22

‘Early church history of the British islands: the unity of the spirit’, Eph. iv. 3 [6 June 1897, St. Mary’s Hospital, Ilford], in Light and leaven, 123-34

‘The argument from prophecy’, Luke iv. 21 [19 Dec. 1897, Lincoln’s Inn], in Ad rem, 43-53

‘The social influence of Christianity’, Matt. v. 13 [6 Mar. 1898, Westminster Abbey], in Apostolic Christianity, 336-43

‘Morality, the true test of religion’, 1 Cor. xii. 3 [14 Aug. 1898, Westminster Abbey], in Ad rem: thoughts for critical times in the church (London, 1899), 73-82

‘Who is my neighbour?’ [4 Sep. 1898, St. Mary’s Hospital, Ilford], St. Margaret’s Westminster Parish Magazine, 16 (Sep. 1901), 219-26

‘Pride’, 1 Cor. viii. 1 [20 Nov. 1898, St. Mary’s, University of Oxford], in Ad rem, 95-108

‘The supreme court in spiritual causes’, 1 Cor. x. 32, xi. 1 [12 Mar. 1899, Westminster Abbey], in Ad rem, 83-94

Ephesians iv. 3: a sermon preached in the chapel of All Souls College, Oxford, on the festival of Whitsunday May 21, 1899 (Oxford, 1899)

‘Superstition’, Mic. vi. 6-8 [6 Aug. 1899, St. Mary’s, University of Oxford, university extension students], in Ad rem 109-20

‘Times of crisis’, Luke x. 23 [27 Aug. 1899, St. Mary’s Hospital, Ilford], in Ad rem, 134-42

‘Idolatry’, 1 John v. 21 [1 Oct. 1899, Westminster Abbey], in Ad rem, 121-33

‘The catholic church’, Eph. i. 22, 23 [8 Oct. 1899, St. Mary’s Hospital, Ilford], in Ad rem, 143-52

‘The national church of England’, 1 Cor. xii. 27 [8 Oct. 1899, St. Mary’s Hospital, Ilford], in Ad rem, 153-64

‘The national church of England’, Gal. v. 13 [15 Oct. 1899, Eton College Chapel], in Ad rem, 165-73

 

  1. HENSON AS RECTOR OF ST MARGARET’S WESTMINSTER, 1900-1912

‘Ingratitude’ [25 Feb. 1900, St. Mary’s, University of Oxford, Oxford undergraduates], St. Margaret’s Westminster Parish Magazine, 16 (Aug. 1901), 205-17

‘[untitled]’ [9 Dec. 1900, St. Margaret’s, Westminster], St. Margaret’s Westminster Parish Magazine, 16 (Jan. 1901), 141-8

‘Prosperity and profanity’, Christian World Pulpit, 60 (1901), 393-6

‘The unchanging faith’, Heb. xiii. 8 [6 Jan. 1901, Westminster Abbey], in Godly union and concord: sermons preached mainly in Westminster Abbey in the interest of Christian fraternity (London, 1902), 1-15

‘The paradox of Christianity’, Isa. lii.13-15 [13 Jan. 1901, Westminster Abbey], in Godly union and concord, 16-29

‘Christian versatility’, Phil. iii. 13, 14 [20 Jan. 1901, Westminster Abbey, funeral sermon for Bishop Creighton], in Godly union and concord, 30-44, earlier printed, without title or text, in St. Margaret’s Westminster Parish Magazine, 16 (Feb. 1901), 149-59

‘Memorial sermon for Queen Victoria, preached in Westminster Abbey last Sunday afternoon’ [30 Jan. 1901, Westminster Abbey], Christian World Pulpit, 59 (30 Jan. 1901), 73-5, also published as A sermon preached in Westminster Abbey, January 27th, 1901, on the occasion of the death of Queen Victoria of blessed memory (London, 1901)

‘[untitled]’ [20 Feb. 1901, Ash Wednesday, St. Margaret’s, Westminster], St. Margaret’s Westminster Parish Magazine, 16 (Mar. 1901), 161-6

‘[untitled]’ [3 Mar. 1901, St. Margaret’s, Westminster], St. Margaret’s Westminster Parish Magazine, 16 (Apr. 1901), 167-76

‘[untitled]’ [7 Apr. 1901, Easter Day, St. Margaret’s, Westminster], St. Margaret’s Westminster Parish Magazine, 16 (May 1901), 177-82

‘[untitled]’ [5 May 1901, St. Margaret’s, Westminster], St. Margaret’s Westminster Parish Magazine, 16 (June 1901), 183-91

‘[untitled]’ [9 June 1901, St. Margaret’s, Westminster], St. Margaret’s Westminster Parish Magazine, 16 (July 1901), 193-204

‘Apostolic authority’, 2 Thess ii. 15; 2 Tim. iii. 14 [30 June 1901, St. Margaret’s, Westminster], in Godly union and concord, 45-54

‘Apostolic Christianity, I: the pentecostal gift’, Acts ii. 14 [7 July 1901, St. Margaret’s, Westminster], in Godly union and concord, 55-66

‘Apostolic Christianity, II: apostolic preaching’, Acts ii. 14 [14 July 1901, St. Margaret’s, Westminster], in Godly union and concord, 67-78

‘Apostolic Christianity, III: baptism’, Acts ii. 37-41 [21 July 1901, St. Margaret’s, Westminster], in Godly union and concord, 79-89

‘Apostolic Christianity, IV: the church’, Acts ii. 42 [28 July 1901, St. Margaret’s, Westminster], in Godly union and concord, 90-100

‘Apostolic Christianity, V: Christian communism’, Acts ii. 43-7 [4 Aug. 1901, St. Margaret’s, Westminster], in Godly union and concord, 101-12

‘Anarchy’ [15 Sep. 1901, following the death of President McKinley, St. Margaret’s, Westminster], St. Margaret’s Westminster Parish Magazine, 16 (Oct. 1901), 227-35

‘Church Congress sermon’, Heb. xi. 27 [29 Sept. 1901, Brighton Church Congress, All Saints, Hove], in Godly union and concord, 113-25

‘An appeal for unity’, John x. 16 [20 Oct. 1901, Great St. Mary’s, University of Cambridge], in Godly union and concord, 126-43

‘[untitled]’ [23 Oct. 1901, St. Mary-le-tower, Ipswich, members of the medical guild of St. Luke], St. Margaret’s Westminster Parish Magazine, 16 (Nov. 1901), 247-54

‘The church visible and invisible’, Rev. vii. 4 [1 Nov. 1901, Westminster Abbey], in Godly union and concord, 144-52

‘Christ’s new commandment and the sects’, John xiii. 34-5 [3 Nov. 1901, Westminster Abbey], Church Family Newspaper (8 Nov. 1901), 677, also published in Christian World Pulpit, 60 (13 Nov. 1901), 305-8, and in Godly union and concord, 153-65

‘Christ’s mission in the church’, Matt. ix. 35, x. 1 [10 Nov. 1901, Westminster Abbey, on behalf of the East London Church Fund], Christian World Pulpit, 60 (20 Nov. 1901), 328-30, also published in Godly union and concord, 166-80

‘Proselytising’, Matt. xxiii. 15, xxviii. 19 [17 Nov. 1901, Westminster Abbey], Christian World Pulpit, 60 (27 Nov. 1901), 337-40, also published in Godly union and concord, 181-93

‘Superstition’, Matt. xxiii. 23-4 [24 Nov. 1901, Westminster Abbey], Christian World Pulpit, 60 (1901), 359-62, also published in in Godly union and concord:, 194-208

‘The judgment of Christ’, Matt. vii. 21-3 [1 Dec. 1901, Westminster Abbey], Christian World Pulpit, 60 (11 Dec. 1901), 369-74, also published in Godly union and concord, 209-23

‘The bible’, John v. 39-40 [8 Dec. 1901, Westminster Abbey], Christian World Pulpit, 60 (18 Dec. 1901), 385-8, also published in in Godly union and concord, 224-38

‘Apostolic succession’, 1 Cor. iv. 1 [15 Dec. 1901, Westminster Abbey], Christian World Pulpit, 60 (25 Dec. 1901), 401-4, also published in Godly union and concord, 239-53

‘Holy communion’, 1 Cor. x. 16-17 [22 Dec. 1901, Westminster Abbey], Christian World Pulpit, 61 (1 Jan. 1902), 1-4, also published in Godly union and concord, 254-68

‘The prince of peace’ [25 Dec. 1901, St. Margaret’s, Westminster], St. Margaret’s Westminster Parish Magazine, 17 (Jan. 1902), 255-62

‘Discipleship’, Heb. xiii. 8 [29 Dec. 1901, Westminster Abbey], Christian World Pulpit, 61 (8 Jan. 1902), 17-20, also published in Godly union and concord, 269-82

‘National education’ [19 Jan. 1902, St. Margaret’s, Westminster], St. Margaret’s Westminster Parish Magazine, 17 (Feb. 1902), 263-73, also published as National education: preached on the 2nd Sunday after Epiphany, January 19th, 1902, in St. Margaret’s, Westminster, on the occasion of the first Sunday in the session of parliament (London, 1902)

‘The Reformation’, Luke x. 23 [2 Feb. 1902, Westminster Abbey], Christian World Pulpit, 61 (12 Feb. 1902), 104-6

‘Love the greatest’, 1 Cor. xiii. 12, 13 [6 Feb. 1902, Westminster Abbey], Christian World Pulpit, 61 (19 Feb. 1902), 113-5

‘A Lenten homily’ [12 Feb. 1902, Westminster Abbey], St. Margaret’s Westminster Parish Magazine, 17 (Feb. 1902), 274-81

‘Reunion’, 1 Cor. xii. 12 [2 Mar. 1902, Croydon], Christian World Pulpit, 61 (12 Mar. 1902), 163-6

‘Christ and the temple buildings’ [16 Mar. 1902, St. Margaret’s, Westminster, in aid of Westminster hospital], St. Margaret’s Westminster Parish Magazine, 17 (Apr. 1902), 282-9

‘The resurrection – the climax of moral change’ [6 Apr. 1902, St. Margaret’s, Westminster], St. Margaret’s Westminster Parish Magazine, 17 (May 1902), 290-7

‘Good citizenship’, 1 Pet. ii. 13, 14 [20 Apr. 1902, St. Margaret’s, Westminster], Christian World Pulpit, 61 (23 Apr. 1902), 257-60

‘The value of the bible’, Ps. cxix. 97-8; Macc. i. 56-7 [11 May 1902, Canterbury Cathedral, British and foreign bible society], Christian World Pulpit, 61 (21 May 1902), 321-4, also published in St. Margaret’s Westminster Parish Magazine, 17 (June 1902), 298-308, and in The value of the bible, and other sermons, 1902-1904, with a letter to the lord bishop of London (London and New York, 1904), 3-21

‘The Christian ministry’, John xx. 21; 2 Cor. v. 20 [22 May 1902, St. Margaret’s, Westminster], in Preaching to the times: in St. Margaret’s, Westminster, during the coronation year (London, 1902), 174-90

‘The peacemakers’, Matt. v. 9 [8 June 1902, St. Margaret’s, Westminster], Christian World Pulpit, 61 (11 June 1902), 372-3, also published in Preaching to the times, 1-16

‘Sermon preached in St. Margaret’s, Westminster, at Evensong on the second Sunday after Trinity, June 8th, 1902, being the day appointed for national thanksgiving for the restoration of peace in South Africa’, Eph. iv. 3 [8 June 1902, St. Margaret’s, Westminster], St. Margaret’s Westminster Parish Magazine, 17 (July 1902), 309-17, also published as ‘The bond of peace’ in Preaching to the times, 17-32.

‘Monarchy – Hebrew and English’, 1 Sam. xii. 13 [22 June 1902, Sunday before the appointed day of the Coronation, St. Margaret’s, Westminster], in Preaching to the times, 33-48

‘Suggestions of the coronation’, 1 Cor. xii. 5; Eph. vi. 24 [22 June 1902, St. Margaret’s, Westminster], in Preaching to the times, 66-82

‘The king and the nation’, Jas. iv. 14; Col. iii. 3 [29 June 1902, St. Margaret’s, Westminster], Christian World Pulpit, 62 (2 July 1902), 1-3

‘Life – natural and divine’, Jas. iv. 14; Col. iii. 3 [29 June 1902, St. Margaret’s, Westminster, after the postponement of the coronation], in Preaching to the times, 83-97

‘Friendship’, 2 Sam. i. 26 [6 July 1902, St. Margaret’s, Westminster], in Preaching to the times, 146-60

‘The arrogance of success’, 1 Chr. xxi. 1-7 [13 July 1902, St. Margaret’s, Westminster], in Preaching to the times, 161-73

‘Sermon on St. Margaret’s Day’, Rev. xxi. 22 [20 July 1902, St. Margaret’s, Westminster], in Preaching to the times, 113-30

‘No temple in heaven’, Rev. xxi. 22 [27 July 1902, St. Margaret’s, Westminster], Christian World Pulpit, 62 (30 July 1902), 65-7, also published in Preaching to the times, 131-45

‘The King’s recovery’, 1 Thess. v. 16-18 [10 Aug. 1902, St. Margaret’s, Westminster, in thanksgiving for his majesty’s recovery], Christian World Pulpit, 62 (13 Aug. 1902), 97-100, also published as ‘The reasonableness of thanksgiving’ in Preaching to the times, 98-112

‘The great alternative’ [7 Sept. 1902, St. Margaret’s, Westminster], St. Margaret’s Westminster Parish Magazine, 17 (Dec. 1902), 356-62

‘The Christian ministry’, Matt. xxviii. 18-20 [21 Sep. 1902, St. Margaret’s, Westminster], Christian World Pulpit, 62 (24 Sep. 1902), 193-5, also published in St. Margaret’s Westminster Parish Magazine, 17 (Nov. 1902), 346-55

‘The reunion of Christendom’, Ezek. xxxvii. 15-17 [12 Oct. 1902, St. Margaret’s, Westminster], Christian World Pulpit, 62 (15 Oct. 1902), 241-3

‘The poverty of the clergy’, 1 Cor. ix. 14 [9 Nov. 1902, St. Mary Abbot’s, Kensington], Christian World Pulpit, 62 (12 Nov. 1902), 312-4

‘The spiritual worth of religious systems’, Isa. i. 13; Rom. xiii. 13 [30 Nov. 1902, St. Margaret’s, Westminster], Christian World Pulpit, 62 (3 Dec. 1902), 360-2

‘Christ’s mission and ours’, John ix. 4 [7 Dec. 1902, Westminster Abbey], Christian World Pulpit, 62 (10 Dec. 1902), 387-9

‘Associations in judgment’, Isa. xxvi. 21 [14 Dec. 1902, Westminster Abbey], Christian World Pulpit, 62 (17 Dec. 1902), 393-5

‘The faith that is blessed’, John xx. 29 [21 Dec. 1902, Westminster Abbey], Christian World Pulpit, 62 (31 Dec. 1902), 428-30, also published in in The value of the bible, 182-200

‘The incarnation’ [25 Dec. 1902, St. Margaret’s, Westminster], St. Margaret’s Westminster Parish Magazine, 18 (Jan. 1903), 365-73

‘Christ our peace’, Eph. ii. 14 [4 Jan. 1903, Westminster Abbey], Christian World Pulpit, 63 (7 Jan. 1903), 5-8

‘Sincerity in love’, Rom. xii. 9 [11 Jan. 1903, Westminster Abbey], Christian World Pulpit, 63 (14 Jan. 1903), 17-20

‘The church and public opinion’, Rom. xii. 17 [18 Jan. 1903, Westminster Abbey], Christian World Pulpit, 63 (21 Jan. 1903), 38-40, also published in St. Margaret’s Westminster Parish Magazine, 18 (Feb. 1903), 374-85

‘The wonderful conversion’, 2 Cor. iv. 5-6 [25 Jan. 1903, Westminster Abbey, festival of St. Paul’s conversion], Christian World Pulpit, 63 (28 Jan. 1903), 59-62, also published in The value of the bible, 163-81

‘Christianity, the climax of theism’, John xiv. 1 [1 Feb. 1903, St. Margaret’s, Westminster], St. Margaret’s Westminster Parish Magazine, 18 (Mar. 1903), 386-95, also published in The value of the bible, 130-45

‘Christianity and profligacy’, 1 Cor. vi. 19, 20 [8 Feb. 1903, London Lock Hospital], Christian World Pulpit, 63 (11 Feb. 1903), 88-91

‘The creed and the life’, Mark xii. 34 [15 Mar. 1903, St. Margaret’s, Westminster], Christian World Pulpit, 63 (25 Mar. 1903), 180-2

‘Almsgiving’ [15 Mar. 1903, St. Margaret’s, Westminster], St. Margaret’s Westminster Parish Magazine, 18 (Apr. 1903), 396-405

‘Temptation’, Luke iv. 1 [29 Mar. 1903, St. Margaret’s, Westminster], Christian World Pulpit, 63 (1 Apr. 1903), 200-2, also published in St. Margaret’s Westminster Parish Magazine, 18 (May 1903), 409-18, and in The value of the bible, 233-49

‘Judas Iscariot’, Matt. xxvi. 25 [5 Apr. 1903, Westminster Abbey], in The value of the bible, 309-21

‘The sacrament of unity’, 1 Cor. x. 17; Eph. iv. 4-6; 1 Cor. xii. 3 [12 Apr. 1903, Easter day, St. Margaret’s, Westminster], Christian World Pulpit, 63 (22 Apr. 1903), 241-3

‘Sojourners and pilgrims’, 1 Pet. ii. 11 [3 May 1903, St. Margaret’s, Westminster], Christian World Pulpit, 63 (13 May 1903), 291-4

‘Christ and the temple-market’ [10 May 1903, St. Margaret’s, Westminster], St. Margaret’s Westminster Parish Magazine, 18 (June 1903), 419-27

‘The twofold witness to Christ’, John xv. 26-27 [24 May 1903, St. Margaret’s, Westminster], Christian World Pulpit, 63 (27 May 1903), 328-30, also published in in Sincerity and subscription, 49-62

‘Sincerity and subscription’, 2 Cor. xiii. 8 [25 May 1903, St. Stephen’s, Walbrook, Churchman’s Union], in Sincerity and subscription, 19-46

‘Man’s thirst for God’, Ps. xlii. I, 2 [7 June 1903, Westminster Abbey, from the Nave of Westminster Abbey from the pulpit said to have been used by Archbishop Cranmer at the Coronation of Edward VI and now again brought into use], Christian World Pulpit, 63 (17 June 1903), 377-80, also published in The value of the bible), 113-29

‘The song of Deborah’ [21 June 1903, St. Margaret’s, Westminster], St. Margaret’s Westminster Parish Magazine, 18 (July 1903), 428-37, also published in The value of the bible, 53-68

‘The open mind’ [12 July 1903, St. Margaret’s, Westminster], St. Margaret’s Westminster Parish Magazine, 18 (Aug./Sep. 1903), 438-45, also published in The value of the bible, 83-95

‘Divine guidance’ [19 July 1903, St. Margaret’s, Westminster], St. Margaret’s Westminster Parish Magazine, 19 (July 1904), 529-36

‘The kingdom of God’, Matt. xiii. 31, 32 [26 July 1903, St. Margaret’s, Westminster], Christian World Pulpit, 64 (5 Aug. 1903), 88-90

‘The conquest of disadvantages’, 2 Kgs. v. 1 [6 Sep. 1903, St. Margaret’s, Westminster], Christian World Pulpit, 64 (9 Sep. 1903), 169-71

‘Christian preaching’, 2 Cor. v. 11 [13 Sep. 1903, St. Margaret’s, Westminster], Christian World Pulpit, 64 (16 Sep. 1903), 184-6

‘Visions and revelations’ [20 Sep. 1903, St. Margaret’s, Westminster], St. Margaret’s Westminster Parish Magazine, 18 (Oct. 1903), 446-54

‘The moral power of the Christian evidence of the resurrection’, Gal. v. 24 [27 Sep. 1903, St. Margaret’s, Westminster], Christian World Pulpit, 64 (7 Oct. 1903), 235-8, also published in The value of the bible, 214-31

‘The great commandment in the law’, Matt. xxii. 35-40 [11 Oct. 1903, St. Margaret’s, Westminster], Christian World Pulpit, 64 (28 Oct. 1903), 276-8

‘St. Luke’s prologue – the charter of criticism’, Luke i. 1-4 [18 Oct. 1903, St. Margaret’s, Westminster], St. Margaret’s Westminster Parish Magazine, 18 (Nov. 1903), 455-63, also published in The value of the bible, 69-82

‘The soul’s thirst for God’, Ps. xlii. 1 [8 Nov. 1903, St. Margaret’s, Westminster], Christian World Pulpit, 64 (11 Nov. 1903), 305-7

‘The disputed inheritance, I’, Luke xii. 13-21 [15 Nov. 1903, Westminster Abbey], Christian World Pulpit, 64 (18 Nov. 1903), 328-30

‘The disputed inheritance, II’, Luke xii. 13-15 [22 Nov. 1903, Westminster Abbey], Christian World Pulpit, 64 (25 Nov. 1903), 341-4, also published in St. Margaret’s Westminster Parish Magazine, 18 (Dec. 1903), 464-73

‘The disputed inheritance, III’, Luke xii. 13-21 [30 Nov. 1903, Westminster Abbey], Christian World Pulpit, 64 (2 Dec. 1903), 361-3

‘The old testament in the church’, Rom. xv. 4 [6 Dec. 1903, St. Margaret’s, Westminster], in The value of the bible, 39-52

‘Idolatry’ [13 Dec. 1903, St. Margaret’s, Westminster], St. Margaret’s Westminster Parish Magazine, 19 (Jan. 1904), 474-82

Clerical subscription and public honour: 1 Corinthians iv. 1-5, preached on the Sunday before Christmas, December 20th, 1903, at S. Margaret’s, Westminster (London and New York, 1903)

‘The word become flesh’, John i. 14 [25 Dec. 1904, St. Margaret’s, Westminster], Christian World Pulpit, 65 (6 Jan. 1904), 4-6

‘The Psalmist’s prayer’ [3 Jan. 1904, St. Margaret’s, Westminster], St. Margaret’s Westminster Parish Magazine, 19 (Feb. 1904), 483-90

‘The signs of the times’ [15 Jan. 1905, St. Margaret’s, Westminster], St. Margaret’s Westminster Parish Magazine, 20 (Feb. 1905), 575-85

‘Honour in times of religious transition’, Rom. xii. 17 [21 Jan. 1904, Temple Church], in The value of the bible, 96-112

‘Unacceptable discipleship’, Matt. vii. 21 [7 Feb. 1904, Westminster Abbey], Christian World Pulpit, 65 (10 Feb. 1904), 91-3

‘The authority of Christ’, Matt. xxi. 23 [7 Feb. 1904, St. Margaret’s, Westminster], in The value of the bible, 250-62

‘The indispensable virtue’, 1 Cor. xiii. 1-3 [14 Feb. 1904, Westminster Abbey], Christian World Pulpit, 65 (17 Feb. 1904), 97-100

‘Christian righteousness’, Matt. v. 20 [28 Feb. 1904, Westminster Abbey], Christian World Pulpit, 65 (2 Mar. 1904), 136-8

‘The bible in the modern church’, John v. 39, 40; Heb. i. 1 [6 Mar. 1904, Westminster Abbey, centenary of the British and Foreign Bible Society], Christian World Pulpit, 65 (16 Mar. 1904), 165-7, also published in The value of the bible, 22-38

‘The serviceable life’, Mark x. 45 [13 Mar. 1904, Westminster Abbey], Christian World Pulpit, 65 (23 Mar. 1904), 177-9, also in The value of the bible, 263-77, and St. Margaret’s Westminster Parish Magazine, 19 (Apr. 1904), 499-508

‘The sinlessness of Christ’, John viii. 46; Heb. iv. 15 [20 Mar. 1904, Westminster Abbey], in The value of the bible, 146-62

‘Caiaphas’, John xi. 49-50 [27 Mar. 1904, Palm Sunday, Westminster Abbey], in The value of the bible, 294-308

‘Christ crucified’, 1 Cor. i. 23, 24 [1 Apr. 1904, St. Margaret’s, Westminster], in The value of the bible, 322-33

‘The evidences of the resurrection’, 1 Cor. xv. 8 [3 Apr. 1904, Easter Day, St. Margaret’s, Westminster], St. Margaret’s Westminster Parish Magazine, 19 (May 1904), also published in The value of the bible, 201-13

‘The pattern death’, Luke xxiii. 46-47 [10 Apr. 1904, Good Friday, St. Margaret’s, Westminster], in The value of the bible, 278-93

‘Christian history a tonic for failing hearts’, Ps. xlvi. 1-3, 11 [8 May 1904, St. Margaret’s, Westminster], Christian World Pulpit, 65 (11 May 1904), 296-9, also published in St. Margaret’s Westminster Parish Magazine, 19 (June 1904), 517-27, and in Westminster sermons (London, 1910), 11-23

‘The spirit of truth’, John xiv. 16, 17 [22 May 1904, St. Margaret’s, Westminster], Christian World Pulpit, 65 (1 June 1904), 344-6

‘Prejudice’ [10 July 1904, St. Margaret’s, Westminster], St. Margaret’s Westminster Parish Magazine, 19 (Aug./Sep. 1904), 537-46

‘Rabbinism and fraternity’, Matt. xxiii. 8 [17 July 1904, St. Margaret’s, Westminster], Christian World Pulpit, 66 (27 July 1904), 58-60, also published in Westminster sermons, 166-75

‘The responsibility of privilege’, Amos iii. 1, 2 [14 Aug. 1904, Westminster Abbey], Christian World Pulpit, 66 (24 Aug. 1904), 120-2

‘The prophet’s argument from analogy’ [9 Oct. 1904, St. Margaret’s, Westminster], St. Margaret’s Westminster Parish Magazine, 19 (Nov. 1904), 547-54

‘The book of Daniel’, Dan. iii. 1; 1 Macc. i. 41-43 [23 Oct. 1904, St. Margaret’s, Westminster], Christian World Pulpit, 66 (26 Oct. 1904), 257-9

‘The book of Daniel, II’, Dan. v. 3, 4 [30 Oct. 1904, St. Margaret’s, Westminster], Christian World Pulpit, 66 (2 Nov. 1904), 273-5

‘Strength from weakness’ [30 Oct. 1904, St. Margaret’s, Westminster], St. Margaret’s Westminster Parish Magazine, 19 (Dec. 1904), 555-63

‘Youth’ [20 Nov. 1904, St. Margaret’s, Westminster], St. Margaret’s Westminster Parish Magazine, 20 (Jan. 1905), 565-73

‘The bible in the church, I: the old testament’ [4 Dec. 1904, Westminster Abbey], Christian World Pulpit, 66 (14 Dec. 1904), 369-72

‘The bible in the church, II: the new testament’, John xx. 30, 31 [11 Dec. 1904, Westminster Abbey], Christian World Pulpit, 66 (21 Dec. 1904), 390-3

‘The bible in the church, III: spiritual experience, the test of apostolic witness and the measure of essential truth’, 1 John v. 18-21 [18 Dec. 1904, Westminster Abbey], Christian World Pulpit, 66 (28 Dec. 1904), 401-4

‘The disputed inheritance’ [5 Feb. 1905, St. Margaret’s, Westminster], St. Margaret’s Westminster Parish Magazine, 20 (Mar. 1905), 587-94

‘Christian liberty and the appeal to antiquity’, 2 Cor. iii. 17; John viii. 21, 22 [12 Feb. 1905, St. Margaret’s, Westminster], Christian World Pulpit, 67 (15 Feb. 1905), 97-9

‘The still more excellent way’, 1 Cor. xii. 31 [5 Mar. 1905, St. Margaret’s, Westminster], Christian World Pulpit, 67 (22 Mar. 1905), 179-82, also published in St. Margaret’s Westminster Parish Magazine, 20 (Apr. 1905), 595-604

‘The resurrection of Jesus Christ’ [23 Apr. 1905, St. Margaret’s, Westminster], St. Margaret’s Westminster Parish Magazine, 20 (May 1905), 605-16

‘Belief in the resurrection’, Rom. x. 9, 10 [3 May 1905, Westminster Abbey], Christian World Pulpit, 67 (3 May 1905), 273-5

‘Celtic Christianity’, Heb. xi. 27 [7 May 1905, St. David’s, Paddington Green], Christian World Pulpit, 67 (10 May 1905), 294-7, also published in St. Margaret’s Westminster Parish Magazine, 20 (June 1905), 617-26, and in Christ and the nation: Westminster and other sermons (London, 1908), 281-95

‘The observance of the Lord’s Day’, Rev i. 10 [4 June 1905, Westminster Abbey], Christian World Pulpit, 67 (7 June 1905), 361-4

‘The religious obligation of natural duty’, 1 Tim. v. 8 [18 June 1905, St. James’, Clerkenwell], Christian World Pulpit, 67 (28 June 1905), 401-3

‘The gospel according to St Paul’ [18 June 1905, St. Margaret’s, Westminster], St. Margaret’s Westminster Parish Magazine, 20 (Jul. 1905), 627-36

‘Christ and the national life’, Judg. v. 23 [2 July 1905, St. Margaret’s, Westminster], in Christ and the nation, 73-85

St. Margaret’s, Westminster, restoration fund: sermons preached in St. Margaret’s Westminster, July 9th, 1905 (London, 1905), also in St. Margaret’s Westminster Parish Magazine, 20 (Aug./Sept. 1905), 637-66

‘The authority of the past’, Heb. xii. 1 [23 July 1905, Westminster Abbey], Christian World Pulpit, 68 (26 July 1905), 60-2

‘Common prayer’, 1 Tim. ii. 8 [31 July 1905, Westminster Abbey], Christian World Pulpit, 68 (2 Aug. 1905), 73-5

‘The signs of the times’, Matt. xci. 3; Rom. xiii. 11 [1 Oct. 1905, Glasgow Cathedral], in Christ and the nation, 193-210

‘The imprecatory psalms in Christian worship’, Ps. cix. 8-10, 12; Matt. v. 43, 44 [22 Oct. 1905, St. Margaret’s, Westminster], St. Margaret’s Westminster Parish Magazine, 20 (Nov. 1905), 667-76, also published in Christ and the nation, 265-79

‘Didactic reserve’, Mark iv. 21-25 [29 Oct. 1905, University of Aberdeen], in Christ and the nation, 227-44

‘National privilege and national duty’, Amos iii. 1, 2 [5 Nov. 1905, St. Margaret’s, Westminster], in Christ and the nation, 117-30

‘Justice’, Eccles. iv. 1; Matt. xxii. 39 [5 Nov. 1905, Westminster Abbey], Christian World Pulpit, 68 (8 Nov. 1905), 296-8, also published in Christ and the nation, 162-77

‘Richard Baxter’, Prov. x. 7; Matt. v. 9 [12 Nov. 1905, Westminster Abbey, anniversary of Richard Baxter’s birth], Christian World Pulpit, 68 (15 Nov. 1905), 313-5, also published in St. Margaret’s Westminster Parish Magazine, 20 (Dec. 1905), 677-87, and in Westminster sermons (London, 1910), 112-25

‘A plea for church extension’, Gal. vi. 9 [16 Nov. 1905, Westminster Abbey], Christian World Pulpit, 68 (22 Nov. 1905), 329-31

‘Hebrew prophecy’, Hos. xii. 13 [17 Dec. 1905, Westminster Abbey], Christian World Pulpit, 68 (27 Dec. 1905), 406-9

‘Manhood, transitory and eternal’, 2 Chr. xxix. 15 [31 Dec. 1905, Westminster Abbey], Christian World Pulpit, 69 (3 Jan. 1906), 5-8

‘The difficulty of a revelation which is also a development’, Gal. i. 8; 1 Cor. xiii. 12, 13 [11 Feb. 1906, Bute Hall, University of Glasgow], St. Margaret’s Westminster Parish Magazine, 21 (Mar. 1906), 39-51, also published in Christ and the nation: Westminster and other sermons (London, 1908), 296-315

‘The true patriotism born of faith’, Zeph. i. 12; Heb. xi. 27 [18 Feb. 1906, St. Margaret’s, Westminster], Christian World Pulpit, 69 (28 February 1906), 136-9, also published in St. Margaret’s Westminster Parish Magazine, 21 (Apr. 1906), 61-70, and in Christ and the nation, 131-46

‘The Christian law of marriage’, Mark x. 2-9 [11 Mar. 1906, St. Margaret’s, Westminster], CWorld Pulpit, 69 (21 Mar. 1906), 177-9

‘Of fasting in the Christian church’, Luke v. 33-6 [1 Apr. 1906, Westminster Abbey], Christian World Pulpit, 69 (4 Apr. 1906), 209-11

‘Christian discipline’, Phil. ii. 5 [8 Apr. 1906, Westminster Abbey], Christian World Pulpit, 69 (11 Apr. 1906), 225-7

‘Socrates and St. Paul’, 1 Cor. xv. 42-4 [15 Apr. 1906, Westminster Abbey], Christian World Pulpit, 69 (25 Apr. 1906), 257-9

‘The moral earthquakes’ [22 Apr. 1906, St. Margaret’s, Westminster], St. Margaret’s Westminster Parish Magazine, 21 (May 1906), 77-86

‘Fanaticism’, Acts xix. 34; 1 Cor. xv. 32 [29 Apr. 1906, Westminster Abbey], Christian World Pulpit, 69 (9 May 1906), 300-2, also published in St. Margaret’s Westminster Parish Magazine, 21 (June 1906), 95-104, and in Christ and the nation, 178-92

‘The crisis of the national church’, Isa. lxv. 8 [29 Apr. 1906, St. Margaret’s, Westminster], in Christ and the nation, 17-32

‘Reunion – a plea and a remonstrance’ [3 June 1906, St. Margaret’s, Westminster], St. Margaret’s Westminster Parish Magazine, 21 (July 1906), 111-23, also published in Christ and the nation, 54-72

‘Christianity in human life’, Jer. v. 30-31; Col. iii. 22 [2 Sep. 1906, Westminster Abbey], Christian World Pulpit, 70 (12 Sep. 1906), 161-3

‘Richard Busby’, Ps. cxii. 6 [23 Sep. 1906, Westminster Abbey], St. Margaret’s Westminster Parish Magazine, 21 (Oct. 1906), 167-78, also published in Puritanism in England (London, 1912), 241-66

‘Morality and happiness’, Jer. v. 23-25 [21 Oct. 1906, St. Giles’ Cathedral, Edinburgh], Christian World Pulpit, 71 (20 Feb. 1907), 113-6

‘The Christian in public life’, 1 Thess. v. 19-22 [28 Oct. 1906, St. Margaret’s, Westminster, first Sunday after the reassembling of Parliament], in Christ and the nation, 102-16

‘The duty of intellectual effort’, 1 Cor. xiv. 20 [11 Nov. 1906, St. Mary’s, University of Oxford, Oxford undergraduates], St. Margaret’s Westminster Parish Magazine, 21 (Dec. 1906), 203-15, also published in Christ and the nation, 245-64

‘Christmas the festival of peace’, Isa. ix. 6; Luke ii. 12 [25 Dec. 1906, St. Margaret’s, Westminster], Christian World Pulpit, 71 (2 Jan. 1907), 9-11

‘The star of epiphany’, Matt. ii. 1, 2 [7 Jan. 1907, Westminster Abbey], Christian World Pulpit, 71 (16 Jan. 1907), 33-5

‘The argument of analogy’, Isa. lv. 10, 11; John ix. 4 [20 Jan. 1907, Westminster Abbey], Christian World Pulpit, 71 (23 Jan. 1907), 56-8

‘The sin of Sodom’, Ezek. xvi. 49, 50; Matt. xi. 24 [17 Feb. 1907, St. Margaret’s, Westminster, first Sunday in the session of parliament], in Christ and the nation, 147-61

‘The observance of the Lord’s Day’, Rev. i. 10 [17 Mar. 1907, Westminster Abbey], in Christ and the nation, 210-26

‘The holy spirit in the church’, Acts ii. 4, 6 [19 May 1907, St. Margaret’s, Westminster], in The national church: essays on its history and constitution and criticisms of its present administration (London, 1908), 304-17

‘The clergy and social politics’, Acts vi. 2 [23 June 1907, St. Margaret’s, Westminster], Christian World Pulpit, 71 (26 June 1907), 401-4, also published in The national church, 212-26

‘What is man?’, Ps. viii. 3-5 [14 July 1907, Westminster Abbey], Christian World Pulpit, 72 (24 July 1907), 52-5

‘Social responsibility’, 1 Chr. xxi. 17 [14 July 1907, Westminster Abbey, Church of England ‘Waifs and Strays’ Society], in The national church, 227-39

‘The law of Christian neighbourliness’, Luke x. 29 [25 Aug. 1907, Westminster Abbey], Christian World Pulpit, 72 (4 Sep. 1907), 145-7

‘The claims of Caesar and of God’, Matt xxii. 15-22 [15 Sep. 1907, Westminster Abbey], Christian World Pulpit, 72 (2 Oct. 1907), 216-8, also published in Christ and the nation, 86-101

‘Establishment, being the sermon preached in the Abbey on S. Edward’s Day, 1907’, John xviii. 36; Rev. xxi. 24 [13 Oct. 1907, Westminster Abbey], in The national church, 1-21

‘The Christian ministry’, 1 Cor. iv. i [15 Dec. 1907, St. Margaret’s, Westminster], in Westminster sermons (London, 1910), 209-20

‘The divinity of Christ’, John i. 11, 12 [25 Dec. 1907, St. Margaret’s, Westminster], in The creed in the pulpit (London, 1912), 41-51

‘The unchanging christ’, Heb. xiii. 8 [29 Dec. 1908, Westminster Abbey], Christian World Pulpit, 73 (8 Jan. 1908), 17-20

‘The redemption of nationality’, Isa. lv. 4, 8 [19 Jan. 1908, Westminster Abbey], Christian World Pulpit, 73 (29 Jan. 1908), 65-7, also published in Westminster sermons (London, 1910), 269-79

‘The value of religion’, Job xxviii. 8; Luke xii. 15 [2 Feb. 1908, Westminster Chapel], Christian World Pulpit, 73 (12 Feb. 1908), 104-6

‘Anarchism’, Matt. xxiii. 39 [9 Feb. 1908, Westminster Abbey, assassination of the King and Crown Prince of Portugal], in Westminster sermons, 302-13

‘The Christian’s duty to respect the general conscience’, Rom. xii. 17 [16 Feb. 1908, St. Margaret’s, Westminster], in Westminster sermons, 245-56

‘Easter, the festival of other-worldism’, Col. iii. 1-4 [19 Apr. 1912, St. Margaret’s, Westminster], in The creed in the pulpit, 151-62

‘The brazen serpent, a symbol of Christ’, Num. xxi. 9; 2 Kgs. xviii. 4; Wisdom xvi. 5-7; John iii. 14 [3 May 1908, St. Margaret’s, Westminster], in The creed in the pulpit, 219-31

‘Anglicanism and reunion’, 2 Cor. iv. 5 [14 June 1908, Westminster Abbey], Christian World Pulpit, 73 (24 June 1908), 401-5, also published as Anglicanism and reunion: sermon preached in Westminster Abbey on Trinity Sunday, June 14, 1908, being the eve of the Pan-Anglican Congress (London, 1908), and in Westminster sermons, 63-84

‘The social influence of Christianity’, Matt v. 13 [28 June 1908, St. Margaret’s, Westminster], in Westminster sermons (London, 1910), 233-44

‘The original gospel’, Acts xi. 20 [5 July 1908, St. Margaret’s, Westminster, the day on which the Bishops assembled for the fifth Lambeth Conference received the Holy Communion in Westminster Abbey], in Westminster sermons, 85-96

‘The nobility of the Bereans’, Acts xvii. 2 [26 July 1908, St. Margaret’s, Westminster], in Westminster sermons, 257-68

‘Christianity and society’, 1 Cor. vii. 20-4 [11 Oct. 1908, St. Margaret’s, Westminster], in Westminster sermons, 223-32

‘The labourer and his hire’, Luke x. 7 [18 Oct. 1908, St. Margaret’s, Westminster], Christian World Pulpit, 74 (28 Oct. 1908), 273-5

‘Christian teaching’, Matt. vii. 6 [8 Nov. 1908, University of Cambridge, repeated 2 May 1909, Harvard University], in The liberty of prophesying, with its just limits and temper considered with reference to the circumstances of the modern church: Lyman Beecher lectures delivered 1909, before the Yale Divinity School, and three sermons (New Haven and London, 1909), 273-93

‘The bible’, 1 Sam. xxi. 9 [6 Dec. 1908, Westminster Abbey], Christian World Pulpit, 74 (16 Dec. 1908), 392-4, also published in Westminster sermons, 197-208

‘The last judgment’, 1 Cor. iv. 5 [13 Dec. 1908, Westminster Abbey], Christian World Pulpit, 74 (23 Dec. 1908), 410-2

‘The Davidic ancestry of Jesus’, Rom i. 1-3 [27 Dec. 1908, St. Margaret’s, Westminster], in The creed in the pulpit (London, 1912), 29-39

‘Divine vocation’, Isa. vi. 1, 8, 9, in The liberty of prophesying, 244-59

‘Authority in religion’, Mark xi. 28, in The liberty of prophesying, 260-72

‘Patriotism’, Ps. cxxii. 6-9 [17 Jan. 1909, St. Margaret’s, Westminster], Christian World Pulpit, 75 (27 Jan. 1909), 51-3

‘Christ and nationality’, Isa. lxi. 1-3 [17 Jan. 1909, St. Margaret’s, Westminster, in aid of the Lord Mayor’s fund for the victims of the Italian earthquake], in Westminster sermons, 280-8

‘The secularising of Christianity’, 1 Cor. ix. 25 [7 Feb. 1909, St. Margaret’s, Westminster], Christian World Pulpit, 75 (17 Feb. 1909), 97-9

‘The programme of the Christ’, Isa. lxi. 1 [31 Mar. 1909, Digbeth Institute, Birmingham], Christian World Pulpit, 75 (7 Apr. 1909), 209-12

‘Discipleship’, Mark iii. 31-35 [29 Aug. 1909, Westminster Abbey], Christian World Pulpit, 76 (8 Sep. 1909), 152-4

‘The failure of tradition’, Mark vii. 13 [5 Sep. 1909, Westminster Abbey], Christian World Pulpit, 76 (15 Sep. 1909), 164-6, also published in Westminster sermons, 155-65

‘The cleansing of the temple’, Mark xi. 15-17 [12 Sep. 1909, Westminster Abbey], Christian World Pulpit, 76 (29 Sep. 1909), 201-3

‘Dr. Johnson’, 2 Cor. xii. 9 [19 Sep. 1909, Westminster Abbey], Christian World Pulpit, 76 (22 Sep. 1909), 185-8

‘St. Cyprian: archbishop and martyr’, Luke ix. 49, 50; John xiii. 35 [26 Sep. 1909, St Cyprian’s Day, Westminster Abbey], Christian World Pulpit, 76 (27 Oct. 1909), 265-8, also published in Westminster sermons, 97-111

‘The unity of the church’, Eph. iv. 4 [3 Oct. 1909, St. Margaret’s, Westminster], in Westminster sermons, 176-86

‘The unity of the spirit’, Eph. iv. 3 [3 Oct. 1909, St. Margaret’s, Westminster], in Westminster sermons, 187-96

‘Old religion and new theology’, 1 Tim. i. 3 [24 Oct. 1909, St. Margaret’s, Westminster], in Westminster sermons, 143-54

‘Jesus or Christ?’, Heb. xiii. 8 [21 Nov. 1909, Westminster Abbey], Christian World Pulpit, 76 (1 Dec. 1909), 345-8, also published in Westminster sermons, 127-42

‘What is the church?’, 1 Cor. xii. 27, in Ecclesiastica: a triplet of ‘old sermons’ (London, 1910), 6-24

‘The Christian ministry’, 1 Cor. xii. 4-7, in Ecclesiastica, 26-45

‘A parish church’, Isa. xxxii. 32, in Ecclesiastica, 48-66

‘The psalmist’s prayer’, Ps. cxliii. 8; John xiv. 6 [2 Jan. 1910, Westminster Abbey], Christian World Pulpit, 77 (12 Jan. 1910), 25-7

‘A law of liberty’, Jas. ii. 12 [23 Jan. 1910, St. Cuthbert’s, Edinburgh], in Westminster sermons, 289-301

‘The cursing of the barren fig-tree’, Mark xi. 20-22 [13 Mar. 1910, St. Margaret’s, Westminster], in The creed in the pulpit, 111-22

‘The argument from prophecy’, John xx. 9 [27 Mar. 1910, St. Margaret’s, Westminster], in The creed in the pulpit, 163-75

‘The evidence of the resurrection’, Col. i. 27 [3 Apr. 1910, Westminster Abbey], in The creed in the pulpit, 191-203

‘The unity of the church’, 1 Cor. xii. 26 [15 May 1910, St. Margaret’s, Westminster], Christian World Pulpit, 77 (25 May 1910), 329-32

‘Trinitarianism in the gospel’, Matt xi. 25-30 [22 May 1910, St. Margaret’s, Westminster], in The creed in the pulpit, 291-303

‘1660 and 1910. A retrospect and a parallel’, 2 Cor. xii. 10; Jas. i. 20; Luke ix. 55, in The road to unity: an address delivered to the National Council of the Evangelical Free Churches on March 9, 1911, together with an introduction and two sermons (London, 1911), 77-95

‘Christianity and the marriage relationship’, Matt. xiv. 3-5 [26 June 1910, St. Margaret’s, Westminster], Christian World Pulpit, 78 (27 July 1910), 49-51

‘Progressive religion’, 2 Sam. xxiv. 1; 1 Chr. xxi. 1 [10 July 1910, St. Margaret’s, Westminster], in The creed in the pulpit, 319-31

‘Christianity and military service’, Matt. v. 38 [4 Sep. 1910, Westminster Abbey], Christian World Pulpit, 78 (14 Sep. 1910), 165-7

‘The divine ownership of creation’, 1 Cor. x. 26 [18 Sep. 1910, Westminster Abbey], Christian World Pulpit, 78 (26 Oct. 1910), 264-6

‘The Christian ministry’, 1 Cor. xii. 4-7 [25 Sep. 1910, Westminster Abbey], Christian World Pulpit, 78 (16 Nov. 1910), 305-7

‘The holy scriptures’, Rom. xv. 4 [4 Dec. 1910, Westminster Abbey], Christian World Pulpit, 78 (14 Dec. 1910), 371-3

‘Human life, perishing and immortal’, Jas. iv. 14; 1 John ii. 17 [1 Jan. 1911, Westminster Abbey], Christian World Pulpit, 79 (11 Jan. 1911), 24-6

‘The healing of the demoniac of Gadara’, Luke viii. 35 [29 Jan. 1911, Westminster Abbey], in The creed in the pulpit, 97-109

‘The place of the bible in the church’, 1 Thess. v. 21, in The road to unity, 97-119

‘The alternative of passiontide’, John xviii. 38-40 [14 Apr. 1911, St. Margaret’s, Westminster], in The creed in the pulpit, 123-35

‘Enfranchisement in Christ’, 2 Cor. iv. 17 [16 Apr. 1911, St. Margaret’s, Westminster], in The creed in the pulpit, 177-89

‘The spirit of the Lord’, 2 Cor. iii. 17; Gal. iv. 6, 7 [4 June 1911, St. Margaret’s, Westminster, Whit Sunday], in The creed in the pulpit, 233-47

‘Faith and theology’, John xiv. 1 [11 June 1911, St. Margaret’s, Westminster], Christian World Pulpit, 79 (28 June 1911), 406-7

‘The public use of the Athanasian creed’, 1 Cor. xiv. 26 [11 June 1911, St. Margaret’s, Westminster], in The creed in the pulpit, 333-45

‘Faith and life’, John xiv. 1 [11 June 1911, Trinity Sunday, St. Margaret’s, Westminster], in The creed in the pulpit, 277-89

‘The church and the British empire’, 1 Cor. xii. 5 [25 June 1911, St. Jude’s-on-the-Hill, Hampstead Garden City], Christian World Pulpit, 80 (5 July 1911), 1-3

‘The huguenot church of Canterbury’, 1 Cor. i. 27 [23 July 1911, Canterbury Cathedral], in Puritanism in England (London, 1912), 217-40

‘The strength of religion’, Ps. cxxv. 1, 2 [30 July 1911, St. Margaret’s, Westminster], Christian World Pulpit, 80 (16 Aug. 1911), 104-6

‘Christianity the religion of freedom’, Gal. v. 1, 3 [1 Oct. 1911, Parish church, Newcastle-Under-Lyme, Litchfield Church Congress], in Notes of my ministry (London, 1913), 23-43

‘Patriotic duty’, [22 Oct. 1911, St Martin-in-the-Fields, Trafalgar commemoration], Church Family Newspaper (27 Oct. 1911), 808

‘Christianity and patriotism’, Heb. xiii. 14 [22 Oct. 1911, Westminster Abbey, Trafalgar commemoration], Christian World Pulpit, 80 (1 Nov. 1911), 280-2

‘The angel’s message’, Luke ii. 10, 11 [25 Dec. 1911, St. Margaret’s, Westminster], in The creed in the pulpit, 15-27

‘The authority of Jesus’, Luke xx. 2 [1912, Westminster Abbey], in The creed in the pulpit, 1-13

‘Epiphanies of the incarnate, I: the baptism’, Luke iii. 21, 22 [7 Jan. 1912, Westminster Abbey, The Epiphany], in The creed in the pulpit, 55-66

‘Epiphanies of the incarnate, II: the marriage at Cana’, John ii. 11; Matt. xi. 19 [14 Jan. 1912, Westminster Abbey], in The creed in the pulpit, 67-81

‘Epiphanies of the incarnate, III: the works of Jesus’, Luke xxiv. 19; Acts ii. 22; Acts x. 38 [21 Jan. 1912, Westminster Abbey], in The creed in the pulpit, 83-96

‘Perfect through suffering’, Heb. ii. 9, 10, xii. 1, 2 [5 Apr. 1912, St. Margaret’s, Westminster], in The creed in the pulpit, 137-50

‘The faith of the resurrection’, 1 Cor. xv. 58 [7 Apr. 1912, Easter Day, St. Margaret’s, Westminster], in The creed in the pulpit, 205-18

‘The moral of a great failure’, Jas. i. 20 [12 May 1912, University of Cambridge], in Puritanism in England, 267-94

‘The spirit of adoption’, 2 Cor. iii. 17; Gal. iv, 6 [26 May 1912, St. Margaret’s, Westminster], in The creed in the pulpit, 249-61

‘Spiritual healing’, 1 Cor. xii. 9 [26 May 1912, St. Margaret’s, Westminster], in The creed in the pulpit, 305-17

‘Isaiah’s vision’, Isa. vi. 8, 9 [2 June 1912, St. Margaret’s, Westminster], in The creed in the pulpit, 263-75

‘The new heaven and the new earth’, 2 Pet. iii. 13 [16 June 1912, Westminster Abbey], in Notes of my ministry, 47-66

‘The Putumayo atrocities’, Jas. v. 4 [28 July 1912, St. Margaret’s, Westminster], Christian World Pulpit, 82 (7 Aug. 1912), 88-91

‘The notes of my ministry’, Rom. xv. 5-6 [8 Dec. 1912, valedictory sermon, St. Margaret’s, Westminster], in Notes of my ministry, 3-21

 

  1. HENSON AS DEAN OF DURHAM, 1912-18

Privilege: preached in Durham Cathedral to the students of the university the day after the public installation of the chancellor of the university (Durham, 1913)

‘Personal religion’, Matt. v. 16, vi. 1 [12 Jan. 1913, Westminster Abbey], Christian World Pulpit, 83 (22 Jan. 1913), 56-8

‘Christianity and Patriotism’, Ps. cxxxviii. 5, Heb. xiii. 14 [13 July 1913, Durham Cathedral], in Notes of my ministry, 125-40

‘Wisdom and understanding’, Job xxviii. 28 [19 July 1913, Durham Cathedral, Miners’ Festival], in Notes of my ministry, 91-107

‘Peace’, Isa. ii. 2-4; Mic. iv. 1-3 [24 Aug. 1913, Embassy Church, The Hague, before the opening of the Peace Palace], Christian World Pulpit, 84 (27 Aug. 1913), 129-31, and in Notes of my ministry, 109-24

‘The kingdom of God’, Luke xvii. 20, 21; Rom. xii. 16 [2 Nov. 1913, St Mary’s, University of Oxford], in Notes of my ministry, 67-89

‘The religious theory of government’, Eph. iii. 14-16 [16 Nov. 1913, Durham Cathedral, before the Mayor and Corporation], in Notes of my ministry, 141-57

‘The issue of Kikuyu’, Rom. xii. 9, 17 [1 Feb. 1914, St. Mary’s, University of Oxford], Christian World Pulpit, 85 (11 Feb. 1914), 81-5, also published as Quo tendimus? The issue of Kikuyu: a sermon preached before the University of Oxford in S. Mary’s (London and New York, 1914)

‘Shakespeare’, Eccles. iii. 10-13 [26 Apr. 1914, Stratford-on-Avon], The Bishoprick, 13 (May 1938), 68-75

‘The Christian ministry’, 2 Cor. iv. 5 [24 May 1914, Glasgow Cathedral], Christian World Pulpit, 85 (3 June 1914), 344-7

‘Good soldiers of Jesus Christ’, 2 Tim. ii. 3, 4 [9 Aug. 1914, Durham Cathedral, territorial troops], in War-time sermons (London and New York, 1915), 52-60

‘Symbols’, Josh. xxiv. 26-7 [16 Aug. 1914, Durham Cathedral, laying-up of the Colours of the Durham Local Militia and the collection for the Prince of Wales’ National Relief Fund], Christian World Pulpit, 86 (9 Sep. 1914), 168-70, also published in War-time sermons, 61-70

‘Judaea and Belgium: a parallel’, 2 Macc. vii. 36 [19 Sep. 1914, Durham Cathedral], in War-time sermons, 1-11

‘Change and the unchanging’, Heb. xiii. 8 [24 Sep. 1914, Norwich Cathedral, dedication festival], in War-time sermons, 241-54

‘Christianity and war’, Matt. v. 43 [27 Sep. 1914, Norwich Cathedral], in War-time sermons, 12-25

‘Sowing and harvest’, Gal. vi. 7 [11 Oct. 1914, Manchester Cathedral], in War-time sermons, 110-21

‘The ministry of healing’, Col. iv. 14 [18 Oct. 1914, Carlisle Cathedral, congregation of doctors and nursing], in War-time sermons, 138-52

‘The civic ideal’, Heb. xi. 10 [13 Nov. 1914, Sunderland parish church, mayor and corporation], in War-time sermons, 71-84

‘Liberty and law’, Jas. ii. 12 [15 Nov. 1914, Durham Cathedral, mayor and corporation, and a considerable body of troops], in War-time sermons, 85-94

‘The supremacy of the individual conscience’, Eccles. xii. 13; Mic. vi. 8; Acts v. 29 [6 Dec. 1914, St. Mary’s, University of Oxford], in War-time sermons, 255-73

‘The paradox of Christianity’, 1 Cor. i. 25 [25 Dec. 1914, Durham Cathedral], in War-time sermons, 26-36

‘Good citizenship’, in Sermons on citizenship (London, 1915)

‘Christian prayer’, Matt. vi. 10 [3 Jan. 1915, Durham Cathedral, day appointed for national intercession], Christian World Pulpit, 87 (13 Jan. 1915), 21-3, also published in in War-time sermons, 122-37

‘Redemption through suffering’, Heb. ix. 22 [28 Feb. 1915, Westminster Abbey], in War-time sermons, 166-80

‘The death of Jesus exemplary for us’, Luke xxiii. 46, 47 [2 Apr. 1915, Durham Cathedral], in War-time sermons, 153-65

‘The triumph of Easter’, 1 Cor. xv. 57 [4 Apr. 1915, Durham Cathedral], in War-time sermons, 181-94

‘Lessons of the great war’, Eph. v. 15, 17 [9 May 1915, Bristol Cathedral], in War-time sermons, 95-109

‘The kingship of Jesus’, John xviii. 37; Acts xvii. 7; Rev. xi. 15 [6 June 1915, Westminster Abbey], in War-time sermons, 195-209

‘New wine and fresh wine-skins’, Luke v. 37, 38 [6 June 1915, Temple Church], in War-time sermons, 210-25

‘Magna carta and church reform’, Gal. v. 1 [10 June 1915, St. Sepulchre’s, London, Churchman’s Union], in In defence of the English church (London, 1923), 142-60

‘Salt and light’, Matt. v. 13, 14 [5 July 1915, St. Ignatius, Sunderland, Dedication festival], in War-time sermons, 37-51

‘The vision of God’, Rev. xxii. 4 [25 July 1915, Westminster Abbey], in War-time sermons, 226-40

‘The function and future of national Christianity’, Mark ix. 50 [3 Oct. 1915, St. Margaret’s, Westminster, dedication festival], in War-time sermons, 274-87

The Reformation: a sermon preached in the crypt of Canterbury Cathedral on the occasion of the annual thanksgiving for the reformation, October 10th, 1915 (London, 1915)

‘National intercession’, Isa. xxxvii. 14 [2 Jan. 1916, Durham Cathedral, national intercession in connection with the Great War], in Christian liberty, and other sermons, 1916-1917 (London, 1918), 221-34

‘Justice’, Prov. viii. 15 [5 Mar. 1916, Durham Cathedral, preached before the Justices of Assize], The Guardian, 9 Mar. 1916, 227

‘Christian liberty, I’, Gal. v. 13 [12 Mar. 1916, Durham Cathedral], in Christian liberty, 1-9

‘Christian liberty, II’, Gen. i. 31; 1 Cor. x. 25, 26 [19 Mar. 1916, Durham Cathedral], in Christian liberty, 10-9

‘Christian liberty, III’, Matt. xi. 19 [26 Mar. 1916, Durham Cathedral], in Christian liberty, 20-8

‘Christian liberty, IV’, 1 Cor. vi. 12 [2 Apr. 1916, Durham Cathedral], in Christian liberty, 29-40

‘Christian liberty, V’, 1 Cor. vi. 12 [9 Apr. 1916, Durham Cathedral], in Christian liberty, 41-54

‘Christian liberty, VI’, Jas. ii. 12 [16 Apr. 1916, Durham Cathedral, Palm Sunday], in Christian liberty, 55-68

‘The eternity in men’s hearts’, Eccles. iii. 11; Col. i. 27 [23 Apr. 1916, Durham Cathedral, Easter Day], in Christian liberty, 69-82

‘The secularizing of Christianity’, 1 Cor. ix. 25 [4 June 1916, Durham Cathedral, Sunday after Ascension Day], in Christian liberty, 83-95

‘The leading of the spirit of God’, Rom. viii. 14; Gal. v. 18 [11 June 1916, Durham Cathedral], in Christian liberty, 96-110

‘The christian ministry’, 2 Tim. ii. 3, 4 [18 June 1916, Jesmond parish church], in Christian liberty, 111-23

‘Thanksgiving and prayer after two years of the Great War’, Ps. xcvii. 1, 2, 11, 12 [6 Aug. 1916, Durham Cathedral], in Christian liberty, 138-50

Masonic sermon preached in Christ Church Sunderland by Hensley Henson to a gathering of freemasons [29 Oct. 1916] (Southwick, 1916)

‘The past as a guide to the present’, Heb. x. 39 [27 Jan. 1917, Durham Cathedral, commemoration of founders and benefactors], in Christian liberty, 235-49

‘Religion in politics’, Ps. cxxvii. 1 [4 Mar. 1917, Durham Cathedral], in Christian liberty, 124-37

‘Catholicity of spirit and action’, Heb. x. 39 [25 Mar. 1917, City Temple], Christian World Pulpit, 91 (4 Apr. 1917), 157-61

‘The principle of Christian progress’, Heb. x. 39 [25 Mar. 1917, City Temple, London], in Christian liberty, 280-303

‘The unchanging factor in Christianity’, Heb. xiii. 8 [25 Mar. 1917, City Temple, London], in Christian liberty, 304-23, also published as The unchanging factor in Christianity (London, 1917)

No disproof of the Reformation [1 Apr. 1917] (London, 1917)

‘Samuel and Christ’, 1 Sam. xv. 33; Matt. v. 43, 44 [8 July 1917, Manchester Cathedral], in Christian liberty, 164-79

‘The duty of perserverance in the war’, Luke ix. 62 [5 Aug. 1917, Durham Cathedral, special service on the conclusion of three years of war], in Christian liberty, 151-63

‘The harvest and the war’, Hos. x. 12; Gal. vi. 7 [4 Oct. 1917, York Minster, harvest thanksgiving], in Christian liberty, 180-92

‘The vision of the invisible’, Heb. xi. 27 [14 Oct. 1917, Liverpool, assembly of doctors and nurses], in Christian liberty, 193-206

‘The failure of Lutheranism, no disproof of the Reformation’, Gal. v. 1 [4 Nov. 1917, Manchester Cathedral], in Christian liberty, 264-79

‘Neighbourliness’, Luke x. 29 [11 Nov. 1917, Mayor’s Sunday, Durham Cathedral], in Christian liberty, 207-20

‘Change and continuity’, Isa. xl. 6-8; John ii. 17 [27 Jan. 1918, Durham Cathedral, commemoration of founders and benefactors (and the last occasion of Henson’s preaching as Dean of Durham)], in Christian liberty, 250-63

 

  1. HENSON AS BISHOP, 1918-29

‘The essence of the gospel’ [10 Feb. 1918, Temple Church], The Guardian, 14 Feb. 1918, 127

‘Re-union’, John xvii. 20, 21 [2 June 1918, St. Martin’s-in-the-Fields], Modern Churchman, 8 (1918), 161-70

A kingdom that cannot be shaken (Oxford, 1919)

‘The appeal to sound learning and Christian unity’, Prov. viii. 14; Luke xi. 52 [8 Apr. 1919, St. Paul’s, Covent Garden, one of a course of sermons on reunion], in In defence of the English church, 79-94

‘The Church of England’, Isa. lxv. 8 [22 June 1919, Westminster Abbey], in In defence of the English church, 94-113

Sermon preached before the University of Cambridge, on the 1st Sunday after Trinity, 6 June 1920 (Cambridge, 1920)

Masonic service of thanksgiving for the centenary meeting of the Provincial Grand Lodge of the North and East Ridings of Yorkshire, Friday, 8th July, at 11am, 1921 (York, 1921)

‘Puritan citizenship’, Eccles. x. 24-5 [31 Mar. 1921, Holy Trinity Church, Hull], in Andrew Marvell, 1621-1678: tercentenary tributes, ed. William H. Bagguley (London, 1922), 37-48

‘The lordship of Jesus’, 1 Cor. xii. 3; Rom. x. 9; Heb. xiii. 8 [11 Oct. 1921, Birmingham parish church, Church Congress], in Church and parson in England (London, 1927), 11-30

‘What does the Church of England stand for?’, Rom. xii. 9 [18 June 1922, Westminster Abbey], in In defence of the English church, 64-78

‘The reunion of Christendom’, Rev. ii. 7 [17 Jan. 1923, West Hartlepool, Wesleyans], in In defence of the English church, 130-41

‘The decay of truthfulness’, Eph. iv. 25 [7 July 1923, St. Paul’s Cathedral], Christian World Pulpit, 104 (19 July 1923), 25-7

‘Religion in politics’, Mic. vi. 8; Rom. iii. 7, 8 [4 Nov. 1923, Westminster Abbey], Christian World Pulpit, 104 (15 Nov. 1923), 229-31

‘The church and the modern peril of the child’, Eccles. xii. 13 [22 June 1924, Glasgow], Christian World Pulpit, 106 (3 July 1924), 1-4

‘The witness of time to Christianity’, Ps. xc. 4; Heb. xiii. 8 [14 Sep. 1924, Bishopwearmouth], in Continuity: a reply to Cardinal Bourne (London, 1924)

‘Truth, commerce and world peace’, Eph. iv. 25 [13 July 1924, Westminster Abbey], Christian World Pulpit, 106 (17 July 1924), 30-2

‘The Christian ministry’, Luke x. 2 [20 July 1924, St. Agnes’ Church, Liverpool, following the consecration of the new Cathedral of Liverpool the previous day], in Church and parson, 69-82

‘The anglican claim to continuity with the pre-reformation church’, Gal. v. 1 [14 Sep. 1924, Bishopwearmouth], in Continuity

‘The Christian element in healing’, John xiii. 34 [28 June 1925, Westminster Abbey], Christian World Pulpit, 108 (2 July 1925), 6-8

‘The Church of England’, Ps. cxix. 96 [12 July 1925, Canterbury Cathedral], in Church and parson, 31-47

Special sermon preached by the Right Reverend H. Hensley Henson, D.D. (Lord Bishop of Durham) on the occasion of the service held in St. Mary’s Church, Nottingham, on Sunday, October 18th, 1925, St. Luke’s Day (Nottingham, 1925)

‘The menace of secularised education’, Acts iv. 12 [7 Mar. 1926, Westminster Chapel], Christian World Pulpit, 109 (18 Mar. 1926), 121-3

‘F. W. Robertson and his church: a centenary sermon’, 1 Sam. iii. 1 [21 Apr. 1926, Holy Trinity, Brighton], Christian World Pulpit, 109 (29 Apr. 1926), 199-202, also published in Church and parson, 48-68

‘From the old year to the new’, Jas. iii. 13-18, The Bishoprick, 2 (Feb. 1927), 41-51

‘Escomb church’ [1 June 1927, Escomb church], The Bishoprick, 2 (Aug. 1927), 130-4

‘An address delivered to the Auckland Brotherhood, at their re-union in Auckland Castle’, Ps. 119. 96; Heb. xiii. 8 [29 June 1927, Auckland Castle], The Bishoprick, 2 (Aug. 1927), 117-23

‘Civilization and Christianity’, Matt. v. 13, 14, 16 [4 Oct. 1927, 62nd annual Church Congress, Ipswich], in W.G. Whittingham, intro., The kingdom of God in a country diocese (The Ancient House, Ipswich, 1927), 20-30, also published in The book and the vote: addresses and articles on the revision of the book of common prayer (London, 1928), 108-28

‘Change and continuity in religion’, Ps. cxix. 96; Heb. xiii. 8 [30 Oct. 1927, Westminster Abbey], Christian World Pulpit, 112 (3 Nov. 1927), 212-4

‘A New Year’s message to the Church of England’, Ex. xiv. 15 [1 Jan. 1928, Durham Cathedral], The Bishoprick, 3 (Feb. 1928), 43-7, also published in The book and the vote, 129-41

‘Church and state in England: a sermon preached before the University of Cambridge on January 29th, 1928’, Amos iii. 3 [28 Jan. 1928, Great St. Mary’s, University of Cambridge], in The book and the vote, 1-22

‘The church as the spiritual organ of the nation’ [2 Oct. 1928, Church Congress, Cheltenham], Christian World Pulpit, 114 (18 Oct. 1928), 186-8, also published in The Bishoprick, 4 (Nov. 1928), 4-10

‘Magna Carta’, Ps. xxxvi. 5, 6 [9 Oct. 1928, Bury St. Edmund’s], The Bishoprick, 4 (Nov. 1928), 11-7, also published in The bishoprick papers (London, New York, and Toronto, 1946), 198-204

‘John Bunyan’, Gen. xxviii. 10-12 [27 Nov. 1928, Westminster Abbey], Christian World Pulpit, 114 (6 Dec. 1928), 270-2, also published in The Bishoprick, 4 (Feb. 1929), 47-53

‘Modernist christianity / the apostolick character of the visible church’, 1 Cor. xv. 11 [9 Dec. 1928, Holy Trinity, Darlington], The Bishoprick, 4 (May 1929), 81-7

‘The kingdom’, Luke xviii. 20, 21, in The kingdom of God: sermons (London, 1929), 7-15

‘The kingdom of God on earth’, Matt. vi. 10, in The kingdom of God, 16-24

‘Christian citizenship’, Phil. ii. 15, 16, in The kingdom of God, 25-34

‘Evil days’, Eph. v. 15-17, in The kingdom of God, 35-44

‘The Lord’s Day: its history, value, and present peril’, Acts xx. 7, in The kingdom of God, 45-54

‘Womanhood within Christendom’, John iv. 27, in The kingdom of God, 55-62

‘Christian praise’, Eph. v. 19, in The kingdom of God, 63-71

‘Christianity as the way’, Acts xix. 23, in The kingdom of God, 72-9

‘Message for the new year’, Luke xii. 56 [6 Jan. 1929, Durham Cathedral], The Bishoprick, 4 (Feb. 1929), 43-7

‘Installation of the chancellor’, Ps. lxxxvii. 1 [5 June 1929], The Bishoprick, 4 (Aug. 1929), 109-12

‘Thanksgiving for the King’s recovery’, Phil. iv. 6, 7 [7 July 1929, Durham Cathedral], The Bishoprick, 4 (Aug. 1929), 105-9

‘A modern cathedral’, Matt. xxiv. 1 [14 July 1929, Liverpool Cathedral], The Bishoprick, 4 (Aug. 1929), 113-9

‘A year of decisions’, 1 Kgs. xviii. 21 [5 Jan. 1930, Durham Cathedral], The Bishoprick, 5 (Feb. 1930), 43-7

‘Prayer for the Church in Russia’, Eccles. iv. 1, 1 Cor. xii. 26 [16 Mar. 1930, Newcastle Cathedral], The Bishoprick, 5 (May 1930), 86-93

‘The roman wall and freemasonry, a parallel and a moral’, 1 Cor. xv. 58 [11 May 1930, St. Mary’s, Gateshead], The Bishoprick, 10 (May 1935), 80-6

‘Academic Life’, Gal. vi. 2 [26 June 1930, Durham Cathedral], The Bishoprick, 5 (Aug. 1930), 118-22

‘Anxiety’, Matt. vi. 25 [4 Jan. 1931, Durham Cathedral], The Bishoprick, 6 (Feb. 1931), 59-63

‘The university in the modern world’, Neh. iv. 17, 18 [20 May 1931, Durham Cathedral], The Bishoprick, 6 (Aug. 1931), 116-9

‘Friendly societies’, Prov. viii. 15-17, 1 Cor. xii. 4, 7, 12 [24 May 1931, Scarborough, Manchester Unity Oddfellows], The Bishoprick, 6 (Aug. 1931), 120-5

‘Proselytizing, Jewish and Christian’, Matt. xxiii. 15, Matt. xxvii. 19 [7 June 1931, Durham Cathedral], The Bishoprick, 6 (Aug. 1931), 126-31

‘Saints, martyrs, missionaries and doctors of the Church of England’, Ps. 119. 31 [8 Nov. 1931, St. Mary’s, Cambridge], The Bishoprick, 9 (Nov. 1933), 16-23

‘Have faith in God’, Mark xi. 22 [3 Jan. 1932, Durham Cathedral], The Bishoprick, 7 (Feb. 1932), 39-43

‘Christianity and nationality’ [18 Mar. 1932, Leicester Cathedral], The Bishoprick, 7 (May 1932), 81-91

‘The Church Lads’ Brigade’, Gal. vi. 9 [17 May 1932, Westminster Abbey], The Bishoprick, 7 (Aug. 1932), 121-5

‘The external fixities’, Ps. cxix. 96 [21 June 1932, St. Paul’s Cathedral], Christian World Pulpit, 121 (23 June 1932), 289-90

‘Irish christianity’, Heb. xi. 13 [11 Oct. 1932], The Bishoprick, 8 (Nov. 1932), 10-6

‘The respected clergyman’, 2 Tim. ii. 15 [Dec. 1932], in Bishoprick papers, 181-7

‘Facing the future on christian principles’, John xiv. 1 and xvi. 33 [1 Jan. 1933, Durham Cathedral], The Bishoprick, 8 (Feb. 1933), 33-8

‘The religion of enfranchisement’, Luke iv. 17-21 [10 May 1933, S. Paul’s Cathedral], The Bishoprick, 8 (Aug. 1933), 109-15

‘The episcopate in history’, 2 Cor. iv. 7 [30 June 1933, S. Cuthbert’s, Carlisle], The Bishoprick, 8 (Aug. 1933), 115-20, also published in Bishoprick papers, 214-20

‘The Oxford movement’, Matt. vii 16-18 [11 July 1933, Durham Cathedral, centenary commemoration of the Oxford Movement in the Diocese of Durham], in Bishoprick papers, 205-13

‘The Oxford movement an assertion of the church’s freedom’, Rev. iii. 1, 2 [14 July 1933, St. Mary Abbot’s, Kensington], in The centenary sermons of the Oxford movement, preached by a religious in the university church at Oxford, and by the lord bishop of Durham in St. Mary Abbot’s Kensington, on Friday, July 14th, 1933, being the 100th anniversary of the assize sermon preached by John Keble (London, 1933), 19-30

‘The church and the nation’, Matt. v. 13, 14 [29 Oct. 1933, Great St. Mary’s, Cambridge], The Bishoprick, 9 (Feb. 1934), 45-54, also published in Bishoprick papers, 43-52

‘Divine guidance’, Ps. 143. 8; Rom. viii. 28 [7 Jan. 1934, Durham Cathedral], The Bishoprick, 9 (Feb. 1934), 41-5

‘The spirit of man is the candle of the lord’, Prov. xx. 27 [2 Mar. 1934, Durham Cathedral], The Bishoprick, 9 (May 1934), 76-81

‘The practical implications of the christian discipleship’, Luke ix. 23, 25 [23 Mar. 1934, Leicester Cathedral], The Bishoprick, 9 (May 1934), 82-9

‘The Venerable Bede typical of English churchmanship’, John ix. 4 [27 May 1934, Jarrow], The Bishoprick, 9 (Aug. 1934), 102-6

‘The apostolic witness of the church’, 1 Cor. xv. 11 [17 June 1934, St. Paul’s Cathedral], Christian World Pulpit, 125 (21 June 1934), 294-5

‘Pilgrimages old and new’, Heb. xiii. 8 [1 July 1934, Winchester Cathedral], The Bishoprick, 9 (Aug. 1934), 96-101

‘A commemoration sermon’, Heb. x. 32 [21 Sep. 1934, St. John’s, Leeds], The Bishoprick, 10 (Nov. 1934), 4-9

‘The permanent value of the old testament’, Col. iv. 5, 6 [1 Oct. 1934, Bede College Chapel], The Bishoprick, 10 (Nov. 1934), 9-14

‘Corporate thanksgiving’, Jas. i. 17 [5 Oct. 1934, Durham Cathedral], The Bishoprick, 10 (Nov. 1934), 14-7

Commerce and religion in the Middle Ages: preached in the chapel of the Merchant Adventurers’ Company in York, on Friday, October 19, 1934, Col. iii. 17 (London, 1934)

‘The silver jubilee of his majesty King George V’, 1 Chr. xxix. 11 [6 May 1935, Durham Cathedral], The Bishoprick, 10 (Aug. 1935), 98-102

‘A commemoration sermon’, 1 Chr. xxix. 11 [26 May 1935, Durham Cathedral], The Bishoprick, 10 (Aug. 1935), 102-7

‘A consecration sermon’, Ps. xxix. 2 [5 June 1935, Bishopwearmouth], The Bishoprick, 10 (Aug. 1935), 107-10

‘His majesty, King George V’, Prov. x. 7 [26 Jan. 1936, Durham Cathedral], The Bishoprick, 11 (May 1936), 65-9

‘Christianity, tolerant and exclusive’, Matt. xvi. 15, 16 [5 July 1936, St. Peter’s, Bishop Auckland], The Bishoprick, 11 (Aug. 1936), 103-8

‘An uncertain sound’, 1 Cor. xiv. 8; 2 Cor. iv. 5 [30 Sep. 1936, Lichfield Diocesan Conference], The Bishoprick, 12 (Nov. 1936), 11-7

‘Light in the darkness’, John xiv. 1 [3 Jan. 1937, Durham Cathedral], The Bishoprick, 12 (Feb. 1937), 45-50

‘Easter, the spring of hopefulness’, 1 Pet. i. 3 [29 Mar. 1937, St. Michael’s, South Westoe, South Shields], The Bishoprick, 12 (May 1937), 76-80

‘Sermon in Durham Cathedral on Trinity Sunday 1937, being the 50th anniversary of the preacher’s ordination’, Luke xxii. 27 [23 May 1937, Durham Cathedral], in Ad clerum: ordination charges and addresses to the clergy (London, 1937), 39-51

‘The witness of God in history’, Acts xiv. 17 [24 June 1937, St. John’s, Clerkenwell], The Bishoprick, 12 (Aug. 1937), 92-5

‘Truthfulness’, Mark vi. 17-20 [27 June 1937, Norwich Cathedral], The Bishoprick, 12 (Aug. 1937), 95-100

‘A commemoration sermon’, 2 Cor. iii. 17 [1 July 1937, Durham Cathedral], The Bishoprick, 12 (Aug. 1937), 100-6

‘Bishop Westcott’ [15 Sep. 1937, Durham Cathedral], The Bishoprick, 13 (Nov. 1937), 3-5

The broadness of the divine law: Psalm cxix. 96, preached in All Souls College Chapel on November 7, 1937 (Oxford, 1937)

‘The rival principles’, Matt. vi. 24 [2 Jan. 1938, Durham Cathedral], The Bishoprick, 13 (Feb. 1938), 34-8

‘The “otherworldliness” of christianity’, John xvii. 36 [Temple Church], Christian World Pulpit, 133 (6 Jan. 1938), 6-7

‘Sermon preached at the consecration of St. Oswin’s, South Shields’, The Bishoprick, 13 (May 1938), 79

‘The witness of an old church in an industrial parish’, Ps. 119. 96; 1 John ii. 17 [19 June 1938, St. Margaret’s, Barking], The Bishoprick, 13 (Aug. 1938), 99-105

‘Christian work’, John ix. 4; 1 John. ii. 17 [4 Sep. 1938, Durham Cathedral], The Bishoprick, 14 (Nov. 1938), 4-8

‘The twofold duty’, Neh. iv. 17-18 [2 Oct. 1938, St. Paul’s, West Hartlepool], The Bishoprick, 14 (Nov. 1938), 8-13

 

  1. HENSON IN RETIREMENT, AND A SECOND PERIOD AS CANON OF WESTMINSTER, 1940-41

‘The strength and courage of faith’, John xiv. 1 [17 May 1939, St. Margaret’s, Westminster], Modern Churchman, 29 (1939), 124-30

‘The proof of Christ’s resurrection’, 1 Pet. i. 8 [24 Mar. 1940, Easter Day, Westminster Abbey], in Last words in Westminster Abbey (London, 1941), 50-9

‘Christendom’, Heb. x. 32 [5 May 1940, Sunday after Ascension Day, Temple Church, marking the 700th anniversary of the consecration of the inner church on Ascension day, 24 May 1940] in Last words, 73-82

‘Christianity and liberty’, 2 Cor. iii. 17 [12 May 1940, Whitsunday, University of Cambridge], in Last words, 60-72

‘Habakkuk’s vision’, Hab. ii. 1-4 [9 June 1940, All Souls’ College Chapel], in Last words, 83-94

‘Looking backward and forward’, Ps. xlvi. 1, 2, 11 [3 Sep. 1940, Westminster Abbey, anniversary of the declaration of war with Germany], in Last words, 16-22

‘Prayer’, Prov. xx. 27; Luke xi. 13; 2 Cor. iii. 17 [8 Sep. 1940, Westminster Abbey, a day of national prayer appointed by the King], in Last words, 23-30

‘The good fight for liberty’, Gal. v. 1 [15 Dec. 1940, Bury St. Edmunds Cathedral, intercession for the Greeks], in Last words, 95-102

‘The humanity of the incarnate’, Heb. ii. 10 [6 Apr. 1941, Westminster Abbey], in Last words, 31-9

‘The perfection of Jesus’, Heb. v. 7-10 [6 Apr. 1941, Palm Sunday, Westminster Abbey], in Last words, 40-9

‘Christianity and peace 1: the paradox of Christian history’, Eph. ii. 14 [20 Apr. 1941, Westminster Abbey], in Last words, 103-11

‘Christianity and peace 2: the spiritual fact’, Eph. ii. 14; John xx. 19, 21 [20 Apr. 1941, Westminster Abbey], in Last words, 112-22

‘Christianity and peace 3: the social revolution’, Eph. ii. 14; Matt. xiii. 33 [27 Apr. 1941, Westminster Abbey], in Last words, 123-32

‘Christianity and peace 4: the cosmic hope’, John xix.5; Eph. ii.14 [27 Apr. 1941, Westminster Abbey], in Last words, 133-42

 

  1. A COLLECTION PUBLISHED POSTHUMOUSLY

Theology and life, collected and introduced C. J. Stranks (London, 1957). These sermons are undated, but were delivered while Henson was bishop of Durham:

‘The Christian year’, John vi. 12, pp. 11-6

‘Advent’, Matt. xxi. 10, xvi. 15, pp. 17-21

‘The bible as the source of hope’, Rom. xv. 4, pp. 22-7

‘The second advent’, Rom. xiii. 11-13, pp. 28-34

‘Idolatry’, Isa. ii. 18; 1 John v. 21, pp. 35-9

‘Theology and life’, Titus iii. 4, pp. 40-4

‘Remembering and forgetting’, Phil. iii. 13; Heb. x. 32, pp. 45-51

‘S. Paul’, 1 Cor. ix. 26-7, pp. 52-6

‘The church’, Matt. v. 14, pp. 57-61

‘The Christian life’, Col. iii. 17, pp. 62-9

‘Christ, the author of division and peace’, Matt. x. 34; John xiv. 27, pp. 70-7

‘Forfeiting the self’, Mark viii. 36-7, pp. 78-82

‘The Christian race’, Heb. xii. 1-2, pp. 83-7

‘Friendship’, Matt. xxvi. 50; John xv. 14-15, pp. 88-93

‘Freedom, the fruit and client of Christianity’, Gal. v. 1 [St. Paul’s, Jarrow, commemoration of the founding of the monastery church of the Venerable Bede], pp. 94-101

‘The lordship of Jesus’, 1 Cor. xii. 3, pp. 102-7

‘Disinterested service’, 1 Pet. i. 8, pp. 108-13

‘The picture of a Christian church’, Phil. ii. 14-16, pp. 114-21

‘Religion’, Matt. vii. 24; 2 Cor. xiii. 5, pp. 122-8