|Edited by||Gerald Bray|
Churchman is an evangelical Anglican academic journal published by the Church Society. It was formerly known as The Churchman and started in 1880 as a monthly periodical before moving to quarterly publication in 1920. The editor-in-chief is Gerald Bray.
Early editors included Walter Purton (1880–92), William McDonald Sinclair (1892–1901), Augustus Robert Buckland (1901–02), Henry Wace (1902–05), William Griffith Thomas (1905–10) and Guy Warman, jointly, from 1910 to 1914.
Contributors to Churchman have included: J. C. Ryle, J. Stafford Wright, C. Sydney Carter, Geoffrey W. Bromiley, Philip Edgecumbe Hughes, Arthur Pollard, J. I. Packer, Alan Stibbs, John Stott, Roger Beckwith and J. A. Motyer.
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