Bonus 1: Lancelot Andrewes (September 26th)
+Lancelot Andrewes (1555 – 25 September 1626) served as the Bishop of Chichester, Winchester, and Ely. In addition he was a Chaplain to the King and a favorite preacher of King James I. He was a primary editor of the Authorized Version of the Bible (King James Bible), and a lead translator for the Old Testament books: Genesis - 1 Kings.
His theology is vital to the current manifestation of Anglican theology and we regard him as a patron of this show.
Lancelot Andrewes' Index Page on Project Canterbury:
His works in the Library of Anglo-Catholic Theology:
http://anglicanhistory.org/lact/index.htmlCase Study on Andrewes' view of the Eucharist:
A description of King James I's Christmas Court, at which Andrewes would likely have preached:
Recipe for collops, one of the favorite dishes at King James I's court [for the more English variant, substitute ham or a very thick bacon/pork belly]: