Lancelot Andrewes Press
About Lancelot Andrewes Press

Lancelot Andrewes

LANCELOT Andrewes Press is the publishing arm of the Fellowship of Saint Dunstan, a non-profit organization for the advancement of historic Christian orthodoxy, as expressed by the liturgical and devotional usages of traditional English Christianity (particularly as embodied in the texts of traditional editions of the Book of Common Prayer, the 1611 Authorised Version Bible, and related texts, commentaries, hymnals and chant books).

The Press is named after Lancelot Andrewes (1555 – 1626), sometime Bishop of Winchester – a pious soul, an eminent divine, an insightful preacher, a learned scholar, a careful biblical exegete, an accomplished linguist and a devoted pastor. Bishop Andrewes is remembered chiefly for his sublime sermons (lately admired and interpreted by Russian Orthodox theologian Nicholas Lossky for their patristic quality and profound affinities with Eastern Orthodox theology and liturgical texts). Andrewes is also well known for his Preces Privatae ("Private Prayers," compiled by him from Greek, Latin and Hebrew texts) as well as his important role as a head translator of the 1611 Authorised Version ("King James") Bible.

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Lancelot Andrewes Press
P. O. Box 460186
Glendale, CO. USA. 80246

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