A whole range of clergymen appear in Austen's novels. Were they mostly good or bad clergymen? How was each one unique?
Austen's "dear Dr. Johnson" was a moral, religious writer as well as the author of a dictionary!
What does Jane Austen have to say about gratitude and thankfulness?
Lots of ideas for Christmas presents for the Jane Austen fan in your life; or for your own wish list!
Austen fans, you may also enjoy L.M. Montgomery's books. If you're a "kindred spirit" to Anne of Green Gables, check out this new devotional!
Who were the most famous gentlemen of Jane Austen's day? And what would she have thought of them?
This unusual Pride and Prejudice variation introduces a Jewish family to Meryton, and shows us more about Judaism in Jane Austen's England.
What was it like to be a Baptist in Austen's Anglican-dominated England?
I am Jael, and An Unlikely Missionary, are Pride and Prejudice variations in which Georgiana Darcy, and Charlotte Collins, find strength from God to face their challenges.
Hugh Thomson drew delightful illustrations of clergyman Mr. Collins.