Farrer in the Pulpit: A Systematic Introduction to His Sermons
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Austin Farrer, the hundredth anniversary of whose birth is celebrated this year, has been described as the greatest Anglican thinker of his generation. He was a philosophical theologian and biblical scholar, as well as a noted preacher and pastoral writer. He published extensively in all these areas. This review article provides a systematic introduction to the theology of Farrer's published sermons, focusing on his anthropology, Christology, ecclesiology, and eschatology. Points of note include Farrer's frequent use of human experience as a starting point for theological reflection, his use of analogy to convey theological understanding, and his emphasis on the lived application of theology in human lives of faith.
Slocum, Robert B., "Farrer in the Pulpit: A Systematic Introduction to His Sermons" (2004). Theology Faculty Research and Publications. 241.
Anglican Theological Review, Vol. 86, No. 3 (Summer 2004): 493-503. Publisher link.