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Edmund Arbuthnott Knox


Makers of Our Heritage: A Study of Four Evangelical Leaders
By Marcus Lawrence Loand.
London: Hodder and Stoughton, 1967.

Disestablishment and Disendowment, Being Two Addresses, etc.
Market Harborough: George Green, 1884.

The Last Voice of Scripture on Missionary Enterprise: A Paper Read before the Annual Meeting of Clergy in Dublin, in Connexion with the Church Missionary Society, on April 18th, 1890.
Dublin: George Herbert, 1890.

Pastors and Teachers: Six Lectures on Pastoral Theology, Delivered in the Divinity School, Cambridge.
London and New York: Bombay, Longmans, Green and Co., 1902. [External link]

The Work of Missions a Partnership with Christ.
London: Church Missionary Society, 1903.

A Challenge: Speech of the Right Rev. E. Arbuthnott Knox, D.D., Lord Bishop of Manchester, at the Annual Meeting of the Church Missionary Society, in Exeter Hall, on May 2nd, 1905.
London: Church Missionary Society, 1905.

The Education Crisis of 1906.
London: Skeffington, 1906.

Charge Delivered by Edmund Arbuthnott, Lord Bishop of Manchester, on the Occasion of His Second Visitation.
Manchester and London: John Heywood, 1911.

Does the Ornaments Rubric Necessarily Refer to the Eucharistic Vestments?
London: Longmans, 1913.

Sacrifice or Sacrament? Which Is the Teaching of the Anglican Communion Office?
London: Longmans, Green, 1914. [External link]

Four Addresses to the Clergy of the Diocese of Manchester at a Solemn Assembly in the Cathedral Church of Manchester on September 13th and 14th, 1916.
Manchester: Sherratt and Hughes, 1916.

The Glad Tidings of Reconciliation.
London: Longmans, 1916.

The War, Its Deeds and Lessons.
London: Skeffington, 1916.

The Proposed Changes in the Prayer of Consecration.
London: Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge, 1918.

On What Authority? A Review of the Foundations of Christian Faith.
London and New York: Bombay, Longmans, Green and Co., 1922. [External link]

A Letter to His Grace the Lord Archbishop of Canterbury on the Pccasion of the Presentation of a Memorial against Changes in the Communion Office and Alternative Communion Services.
London: Longmans, 1925.

Wake Up England! The Reformation Is at Stake.
London: Church Bookroom, 1925.

Does the Deposited Book Change the Doctrine of the Church of England on the Lord's Supper?
London: Church Bookroom, 1927.

John Bunyan in Relation to His Times.
London: Longmans, 1928.

Robert Leighton, Archbishop of Glasgow: A Study of His Life, Times, and Writings.
London: James Clarke, 1930.

Confirmation Address.
London: Church Bookroom, 1931.

Centenary of the Oxford Movement: Attitude of the Protestant Churches.
London: World's Evangelical Alliance, 1933.

The Tractarian Movement, 1833-1845: A Study of the Oxford Movement as a Phase of the Religious Revival in Western Europe in the Second Quarter of the Nineteenth Century.
London and New York: Putnam, 1933.

Tractarianism and Episcopacy.
London: Church Bookroom, 1933.

The Meaning and Importance of the Position of the Celebrant in the Office of Administration of the Holy Communion.
London: Church Bookroom, 1935.

Reminiscences of an Octogenarian, 1847-1934, etc.
London: Hutchinson and Company, 1935.

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