Robert Southey describes the Church of England in the early 1800s, giving insights into how Austen and her characters worshiped.
How did Jane Austen and her characters worship?
An early review of Mansfield Park and other novels shows Austen's Christian perspective, giving lessons by natural, entertaining, moral examples and not by preaching.
A delightful new variation by Shannon Winslow tells the story of Sense and Sensibility from Colonel Brandon's perspective, providing fascinating insights into this often misunderstood character.
Rachel Dodge has written a delightful devotional based on Louisa May Alcott's Little Women.
Jane Austen did not always agree with her cousin Edward Cooper's Evangelical sermons.
Jane Austen was close to all three of her first cousins, including Evangelical clergyman Edward Cooper.
Why did it matter that Mr. Elton was a vicar, not a rector?
Jane Austen enjoyed the escapades of country curate Dr. Syntax, in Rowlandson's cartoons.
Anne Elliot shows Christian patience as she patiently endures suffering.