Andrew Braddock holds an M.A. in History from Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge, UK. Rev. Braddock trained for ordination at Ridley Hall and is currently Diocesan Missioner in the Diocese of Gloucester, UK.
2010 0-7734-1442-8 This research draws on a broad range of original sources, many neglected in existing studies, to offer a re-assessment of the role of the Book of Common Prayer in defining the identity of the Church of England and its worship from the mid-eighteenth to the mid-nineteenth century. Contrary to conventional accounts, this book argues that the decades after 1750 were also a time of significant renewal and reform.