Herbert Hensley Henson
Compiled by the Right Reverend Dr. Terry Brown
Retired Bishop of Malaita, Anglican Church of Melanesia
Christian Re-Union: A Sermon on the Occasion of the Visit of Canon H. Hensley Henson, D.D., of Westminster, Rector of St. Margaret’s, London to Brooklyn and His Appearance in the Pulpit of the First Presbyterian Church, May the Ninth, 1909.
By L. Mason Clarke.
[New York?]: [No publisher], 1909? [External link]
The Need for Action: An Open Letter to the Bishop of London: On the Consecration of Dr. Hensley Henson to the See of Hereford.
By Alfred Francis Algernon Hanbury Tracy.
London and Oxford: A.R. Mowbray, 1918.
The Appointment [of Herbert Hensley Henson] to the See of Hereford: Letter from the Bishop of Winchester [Edward Stuart Talbot]. (Reprinted from the “Diocesan Chronicle,” February 1918.).
Winchester: Warren and Son, 1918.
Dr. Hensley Henson’s Opinions. [Anonymous]
[No place]: [No publisher], c.1920.
Induction, Installation, and Enthronement of the Right Rev. Herbert Hensley Henson, Lord Bishop of Durham: See of Durham, 30th October, 1920.
By Samuel Kirshbaum Knight.
[No place]: [No publisher], 1920.
Bishop Hensley Henson.
In Painted Windows: A Study in Religious Personality, by “A Gentlemen with a Duster” [Harold Begbie], pp. 86-99.
London: Mills and Boon, 1922. [External link]
The Bishop of Durham and Continuity: A Reply.
By Edward Towers and Cardinal Francis Bourne.
Durham: Advertiser, 1924.
The Right Rev. H. Hensley Henson, Lord Bishop of Durham.
Nature, Vol. 116, No. 2907, July 18, 1925, pp. 103-104.
Book Review of Christian Morality: Natural, Developing, Final, by Charles Hartshorne.
International Journal of Ethics, Vol. 47(4), July 1937, pp. 502-504.
Dr. Hensley Henson, Sometime Bishop of Durham, by Fabian Pole.
Downside Review, Vol. 61(1), January 1943, pp. 21-27.
Catalogue of Printed Books the Property of Joseph Whitaker, R.E.L. Naylor, A.W. Coaten, Bishop Hensley Henson, ... Miss Alice Getty, ... [Auction in London, Sotheby, on the 20th of June and the following two days].
London: Sotheby, 1949.
Book Review of Letters of Herbert Hensley Henson.
Blackfriars, Vol. 32, No. 372, March 1951, pp. 134-135.
Book Review of Letters of Herbert Hensley Henson, by D.H.S. Cranage.
Theology, Vol. 54, No. 370, April 1951, pp. 156-157.
Book Review of Letters of Herbert Hensley Henson, by William A. Curtis.
Scottish Journal of Theology, Vol. 5(1), March 1952, p. 71.
Herbert Hensley Henson: Some Biographical Reflections, by John S. Peart-Binns.
Historical Magazine of the Protestant Episcopal Church, Vol. 43(2), June 1974, pp. 169-187.
Hensley Henson: A Study in the Friction Between Church and State.
By Owen Chadwick.
Oxford: Clarendon, 1983.
Hensley Henson and the Durham Miners: Delivered in the Prior’s Hall in Durham, 10 March 1983.
By Owen Chadwick.
Durham: Dean and Chapter of Durham, 1983.
How Edwardian Modernists Read the Canon: a Short Study of Hastings Rashdall, Hensley Henson and Charles Gore, by David Pym.
Modern Believing, Vol. 46(3), July 2005, pp. 6-14.
Herbert Hensley Henson: A Biography.
By John Stuart Peart-Binns.
Cambridge: Lutterworth, 2013.
The Stamford Schism: Letters Relating to Oxford in the 14th Century, From Originals in the Public Record Office and British Museum. (Editor)
Oxford: Oxford Historical Society, 1885.
Gordon: A Lecture.
Oxford: B.H. Blackwell, 1886.
The National Church: Her Continuity, Her Property, Her Work: Delivered at the Parochial Hall, South Heigham, on Friday, November 12th, 1885.
Norwich: Stevenson, .
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.
Oxford: B.H. Blackwell, 1887.
The Early English Constitution.
In Essays Introductory to the Study of English Constitutional History, edited by Henry Offley Wakeman and Arthur Hassall.
London: Rivingtons, 1887. [External link]
The Evangelisation of England: A Paper Read at the Wolverhampton Church Congress, October, 1887.
London: Bemrose and Sons, .
Oxford and its Professors
Edinburgh Review, Vol. 170, October 1889, pp. 303-27.
Christianity and Slavery.
In Oxford House Papers. Second Series: a Series of Papers for Working Men.
London: Rivingtons, 1890. [External link]
“Is it Honest?” Some Further Remarks on Archdeacon Sinclair’s Plea for “Courtesy” Between Churchmen and Dissenters.
London: Skeffington and Son, 1892.
Two Processional Hymns Composed for Use in S. Margaret’s Church, Barking.
Barking: [No publisher], 1893.
Review of W.G. Ward and the Catholic Revival, by Wilfrid P. Ward.
Edinburgh Review, October 1893.
The New Christian Socialism.
Church Quarterly Review, July 1994.
Gas Workers’ and General Labourers’ Annual Church Parade: Special Sermon.
Barking: Wilson and Whitworth, [1893?].
Failure and Fellowship: Parting Words to My Dear and Loyal Friends the Congregation of S. Margaret’s, Barking.
London: Church Print, .
The Real Aspect of Disestablishment: An Open Letter to Samuel Smith, Esq., M.P., in Reply to an Address Delivered at Rhyl, December 1894, Entitled “The Religious Aspect of Disestablishment”, and Since Published.
London: Skeffington and Son, 1895.
Christian Liberty and Papal Claims: a Sermon Preached Before the Members of the Canterbury Diocesan Church Reading Society, in Folkestone Parish Church, on Thursday, October 1st.
Canterbury: Gibbs and Sons, 1896. [External link]
Between the Lines: A Few Words on the Rev. P. Palmer’s Letter.
[London]: [No publisher], .
Bishop French of Lahore.
Church Quarterly Review, Vol. 41, No. 82, January 1896, pp. 372-394.
Light and Leaven: Historical and Social Sermons to General Congregations.
London: Methuen, 1897.
National Review (Second series), December 1997.
In Oxford House Papers: A Series of Papers Written by Members of the University of Oxford: Third Series.
London: Longmans, Green, 1897. [External link]
Discipline and Law: Some Lenten Addresses.
London: Methuen, 1898.
National Review (Second series), July 1998.
The Confessional in the National Church.
National Review (Second series), November 1998.
Cui Bono? An Open Letter to Lord Halifax on the Present Crisis in the Church of England.
London: Skeffington and Son, 1898. [External link]
Apostolic Christianity: Notes and Inferences Mainly Based on S. Paul’s Epistles to the Corinthians.
London: Methuen, 1898. [External link]
Ephesians IV. 3: A Sermon Preached in the Chapel of All Souls College, Oxford, on the Festival of Whitsunday May 21, 1899.
London and Oxford: Henry Frowde, 1899.
Ad Rem: Thoughts for Critical Times in the Church.
London: Wells, Gardner, Darton, 1899.
Introduction to Selected English Sermons: Sixteenth to Nineteenth Centuries.
Oxford: University Press, 1899.
The British Sunday.
National Review (Second series), July 1999.
The Archbishops’ Judgment.
National Review (Second series), October 1999.
Church Problems: A View of Modern Anglicanism.
London: John Murray, 1900. [External link]
The Kingdom of God: Sermons
London: Arthur H. Stockwell, 1900.
Dissent in England: Two Lectures.
London: Rivingtons, 1900.
The Mivart Episode.
National Review (Second series), Vol. 35, No. 208, June 1900, pp. 646-660.
The Spiritual Side of the Teacher’s Work: an Address to Sunday School Teachers.
London: Church of England Sunday School Institute, .
Sermons: A Paper Read at the Church Congress, Brighton, October, 1901.
Derby and London: Bemrose and Sons, 1901. [External link]
A Sermon: Preached in Westminster Abbey, January 27th, 1901, on the Occasion of the Death of Queen Victoria of Blessed Memory.
London: Macmillan, 1901.
Godly Union and Concord.
London: J. Murray, and New York: Longmans, Green, 1902. [External link]
Cross-Bench Views of Current Church Questions.
London: Edward Arnold, 1902. [External link]
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.
London: St. Margaret’s Parish Magazine, 1902. [External link]
National Education: Sermon Preached on the 2nd Sunday after Epiphany, January 19th, 1902, in St. Margaret’s, Westminster.
London: Wightman Mountain and Andrews, 1902. [External link]
Preaching to the Times: in St. Margaret’s, Westminster, During the Coronation Year.
London: J. Clarke, 1902.
In Typical English Churchmen from Parker to Maurice, edited by William Edward Collins.
London: Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge, 1902. [External link]
Studies in English Religion in the Seventeenth Century: St. Margaret’s Lectures.
London: John Murray, and New York: Dutton, 1903. [External link]
Sincerity and Subscription: A Plea For Toleration in the Church of England.
London and New York: Macmillan, 1903. [External link]
The Education Act and After: An Appeal Addressed to the Nonconformists, etc.
London: Methuen, 1903. [External link]
Clerical Subscription and Public Honour.
London and New York: Macmillan, 1903. [External link]
The Value of the Bible: And Other Sermons, 1902-1904.
London and New York: Macmillan, 1904. [External link]
Reason and Rationalism From the Side of Religion.
Good Words, August 1904.
Notes on Popular Rationalism.
London: Isbister, 1904. [External link]
Moral Discipline in the Christian Church.
London: Longmans, Green, 1905.
The Bishop of Durham on the Opium Question.
London: Morgan and Scott, 1905. [External link]
St. Margaret’s, Westminster, Restoration Fund: Sermons Preached in St. Margaret’s Westminster July 9th, 1905.
London: Church Printing, 1905.
St. Margaret’s Westminster: The Story of the Fabric: A Lecture Given in the Church on Saturday, July 14th, 1906.
London: Church Printing, 1906.
Report of the Royal Commission on Ecclesiastical Discipline.
Contemporary Review, Vol. 90, August 1906, pp. 241-257.
Religion in the Schools: Addresses on Fundamental Christianity.
London and New York: Macmillan, 1906. [External link]
Archbishop Leighton: a Lecture Delivered in All Saints’ Church, Ennismore Gardens, on Wednesday, March 20th, 1907.
[No place]: [No publisher], 1907.
London: Cassell, 1907. [External link]
Christ and the Nation: Westminster and Other Sermons.
London: T. Fisher Unwin, 1908.
Anglicanism and Reunion: Sermon Preached in Westminster Abbey on Trinity Sunday, June 14, 1908 Being the Eve of the Pan-Anglican Congress.
London: Hugh Rees, 1908.
The National Church: Essays on Its History and Constitution and Criticisms of Its Present Administration.
London and New York: Macmillan, 1908. [External link]
Reunion and Intercommunion: Two Lectures on the Report of the Lambeth Conference.
London: Hugh Rees, 1909.
Correspondence [with Walter Cariss, Vicar of St Gabriel’s, Birmingham, over Henson’s preaching at Non-Conformist chapel in Cariss’ parish].
London: Church Printing, 1909.
Ecclesiastica: A Triplet of Old Sermons.
London: Hugh Rees, 1910.
Marriage and Divorce.
London: Hugh Rees, 1910.
London: James Clarke, and New York: A.C. Armstrong, 1910. [External link]
The Liberty of Prophesying: With Its Just Limits and Temper Considered with Reference to the Circumstances of the Modern Church.
New Haven: Yale University Press, 1910. [External link]
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; Hodder and Stoughton, 1911.
Relation of the Church of England to the Other Reformed Churches.
Edinburgh: W. Blackwood, 1911.
Puritanism in England.
London and New York: Hodder and Stoughton, 1912. [External link]
The Creed in the Pulpit.
London and New York: Hodder and Stoughton, 1912.
Notes on My Ministry.
London: Hugh Rees, 1913.
First Impressions of Durham Cathedral [and] Lindisfarne Castle, Northumberland.
Country Life, June 7, 1913, pp. 815-842.
Quo Tendimus? The Issue of Kikuyu: a Sermon Preached Before the University of Oxford in S. Mary’s on February 1st, 1914.
London: Macmillan, 1914.
The Issue of Kikuyu.
Edinburgh Review, Vol. 209, April 1914.
Commemoration of Founders and Benefactors, January 27th, 1914.
Durham: Dean and Chapter, 1914.
In Sermons on Citizenship.
London: Francis Griffiths, [1915?]
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: [No publisher], 1915.
London and New York: Macmillan, 1915
Robertson of Brighton, 1816-1853.
London: Smith, Elder, 1916. [External link]
Warburton’s Notes on Neal’s History of the Puritans.
Transactions of the Royal Society of Literature, 2nd Series, Vol. 34, 1916, pp. 19-45. [External link]
Liberty [Anti-prohibitionist essays], with James Crichton-Browne, Major General Long, Will Thorne, G.K. Chesterton, and Prof. H.E. Armstrong, with Introduction by Ernest E. Williams.
London: Eveleigh Nash, 1917.
Christian Liberty, And Other Sermons.
London: Macmillan, 1918.
Prohibition and True Temperance.
[Ontario?]: [No publisher], 1919?
The Anglican Version of Christianity.
In The Church of England: Its Nature and Its Future.
London and New York: Macmillan, 1919. [External link]
Teetotal Propaganda: the Moral of the Movement.
Bristol: [No publisher], 1919.
Introduction to The Naked Truth, Published Anonymously by Herbert Croft, Lord Bishop of Hereford in 1675.
London: Chatto and Windus, 1919. [External link]
Notes on Spiritual Healing.
London: Williams and Norgate, 1920.
Preface to The Beginnings of the Divine Society, by Four Parish Priests in the Diocese of Hereford.
London: Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge, 1920.
A Memoir of the Right Honourable Sir William Anson. (Editor)
Oxford: Clarendon, 1920. [External link]
Sir Walter Scott: a Speech.
[Edinburgh]: [No publisher], [1922?].
Anglicanism: Lectures on the Olaus Petri Foundation Delivered in Upsala During September, 1920.
London: Macmillan, 1921. [External link]
Democracy and Education: An Address Delivered at a Meeting Held at Scarborough, on Tuesday, 17th May, 1921, in Connection with the 53rd Annual Congress of the Co-operative Union.
Manchester: Co-operative Union, 1921.
Masonic Service of Thanksgiving for the Centenary Meeting of Provincial Grand Lodge of the North and East Ridings of Yorkshire, Friday, 8th July, at 11 a.m. 1921.
[York]: [Ben Johnson], .
Andrew Marvel 1621-1678: Tercentenary Tributes. (Contributor)
Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1922.
In Defense of the Church of England.
London: Hodder and Stoughton, 1923.
The Bishop of Durham’s Speech in the House of Lords on the Liquor (Popular Control) Bill.
[London]: True Temperance Association, 1924.
Continuity: (The Anglican claim to continuity with the Pre-Reformation Church; Preached in Bishopwearmouth Church ... September 14th, 1924): a reply to Cardinal Bourne.
London: Hugh Rees, 1924.
Quo Tendimus? The Primary Charge Delivered at his Visitation to the Clergy of this Diocese in November 1924.
London: Hodder and Stoughton, 1924.
Byron: the Rede Lecture for 1924.
Cambridge: University Press, 1924.
Durham Castles: Fabric and History From 1072.
[Newcastle?]: [C. & P. Leeds], [1925?].
William Tyndale, c.1490 to 1536.
London: Hodder and Stoughton, 1926.
The Ethics of Empire.
London, Oxford: University Press, 1927.
The Problem of Private Benevolence in the Modern State.
London: Longmans, 1927.
Church and Parson in England.
London: Hodder and Stoughton, 1927.
Theology and Life.
London: A.R. Mowbray, 1928.
Durham: [G. Bailes], 1928.
The Book and the Vote.
London: Hodder and Stoughton, 1928
Disestablishment: The Charge Delivered at the Second Quadrennial Visitation of His Diocese; Together with an Introduction.
London: Macmillan, 1929.
Church and State: Being the Substance of an Address to Parochial Church Councillors.
London: SPCK, 1930.
The Genesis of the Physician’s Ideal.
British Medical Journal, Vol.2, No. 3643, November 1930, pp. 746-749.
Sibbes and Simeon: An Essay on Patronage Trusts.
London: Hodder and Stoughton, 1932.
The Oxford Groups: The Charge Delivered at the Third Quadrennial Visitation of His Diocese, Together with an Introduction.
Oxford: University Press, 1933.
The Centenary Sermons of the Oxford Movement.
London: Catholic Literature Association, 1933. [External link]
Introduction to Fulfilling the Ministry, by Samuel K. Knight.
Cambridge: University Press, 1933.
Unitarianism or Historic Christianity? The Substance of a Speech in the Convocation of York, 7 June 1934.
Oxford: University Press, 1934.
Commerce and Religion in the Middle Ages: Preached in the Chapel of the Merchant Adventurers’ Company in York, on Friday, October 19, 1934.
London: Hugh Rees, 1934.
Analysis of Leadership Delivered Before the University of St. Andrews, February 1, 1934.
London: Oxford University Press, 1934.
The Oxford Group Movement.
New York: Oxford University Press, 1934.
Introduction to Group Movements of the Past: and, Experiments in Guidance, by Ray Strachey.
London: Faber and Faber, 1934.
Preface to Knight of Ryhope: The Man and His Ministry, by James Duncan.
London: Churchman, 1934.
Introduction to Bede, His Life, Times and Writings: Essays in Commemoration of the Twelfth Centenary of His Death, edited by A. Hamilton Thompson.
Oxford: University Press, 1935.
The Yellow Spot: The Outlawing of Half a Million Human Beings: A Collection of Facts and Documents Relating to Three Years’ Persecution of German Jews, Derived Chiefly from National Socialist Sources Very Carefully Assembled by a Group of Investigators.
London: Gollancz, 1936.
The Bishop of Durham on Germany and the Jews: Address to the West London Synagogue Association on February 6th, 1936.
[London]: [McCorquodale], .
Christian Morality, Natural, Developing, Final: Being the Gifford Lectures 1935-1936.
Oxford: Clarendon, 1936.
Ad Clerum: (Charges to Clergy and Ordination Candidates).
London: Hodder and Stoughton, 1937.
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: Horace Hart, 1937.
The Broadness of the Divine Law: Psalm CXIX. 96: Preached in All Souls College Chapel on November 7, 1937.
Oxford: [No publisher], 1937.
Introduction to The English Bible Essays by Various Writers.
London: Methuen, 1938.
Foreword to The Poisonous Mushroom, by Ernst Hiemer.
London: Friends of Europe, .
The Good Fight.
London: Nisbet, 1940.
Foreword to An Englishman’s Faith: Fifteen War-Time Talks of Comfort and Encouragement to Christian Soldiers, by F.T. Salter.
London: Frederick Muller, 1941.
Last Words in Westminster Abbey.
London: Hodder and Stoughton, 1942.
Retrospect of an Unimportant Life.
London: Oxford University Press, 1942.
London and New York: Oxford University Press, 1946.
Coming of Age: A Letter to a Young Man on His 21st Birthday.
London: S.P.C.K, 1947.
Letters, Chosen and Edited with an Introduction by Evelyn Foley Braley.
London: S.P.C.K., 1950.
More Letters of Herbert Hensley Henson: a Second Volume Chosen and Edited by Evelyn Foley Braley.
London: S.P.C.K., 1954.
Ought the Establishment to be Maintained?
Political Quarterly, Vol. 42(5), December 1971, pp. 53-65.