English Reformers by T. H. L. Parker

By T. H. L. Parker

This quantity deals a set of works via vital thinkers of the English Reformation.

Long well-known for the standard of its translations, introductions, explanatory notes, and indexes, the Library of Christian Classics offers students and scholars with glossy English translations of a few of the main major Christian theological texts in background. via those works--each written sooner than the tip of the 16th century--contemporary readers may be able to have interaction the guidelines that experience formed Christian theology and the church throughout the centuries.

Show description

Read Online or Download English Reformers PDF

Similar church history books

English Reformers

This quantity bargains a suite of works via vital thinkers of the English Reformation. lengthy well-known for the standard of its translations, introductions, explanatory notes, and indexes, the Library of Christian Classics presents students and scholars with smooth English translations of a few of the main major Christian theological texts in historical past.

Lettered Christians: Christians, Letters, and Late Antique

With the invention of the Oxyrhynchus Papyri simply over a century in the past a few very important texts at once in terms of old Christianity have come to mild. whereas convinced literary texts have acquired massive realization in scholarship via comparability the documentary proof in relation to Christianity has acquired a ways much less recognition and continues to be quite imprecise.

The Popes and the Baltic Crusades 1147-1254

The Popes and the Baltic Crusades examines the formula of papal coverage at the crusades and missions within the Baltic sector within the important center a while and analyses why and the way the campaign notion was once prolonged from the Holy Land to the Baltic zone

Augustine's early theology of image : a study in the development of pro-nicene theology

This publication examines Augustine's early theology of the imago dei, sooner than his ordination (386-391). The e-book makes the case that Augustine's early suggestion is an important departure from Latin pro-Nicene theologies of picture just a new release prior. The ebook argues that even though Augustine's early theology of photo builds on that of Hilary of Poitiers, Marius Victorinus, and Ambrose of Milan, Augustine was once capable of verify, in ways in which his predecessors weren't, that either Christ and the human individual are clone of God.

Extra resources for English Reformers

Example text

John Jewel . . made English by a Person of Quality: To which is added the Life of the said Bishop, collected and written by the same hand. London . . 1685. Reprinted in Christopher Wordsworth, Ecclesiastical Biography. London, 1853. This life contains a long extract from Laurence Humphrey's Iuelli vita et mors. " C. W. Le Bas, The life of Bishop Jewel. London, 1835. Wyndham M. Southgate, John Jewel and the Problem of Doctrinal Authority. Harvard University Press, 1962. John E. Booty, John Jewel as Apologist of the Church of England.

John Jewel . . made English by a Person of Quality: To which is added the Life of the said Bishop, collected and written by the same hand. London . . 1685. Reprinted in Christopher Wordsworth, Ecclesiastical Biography. London, 1853. This life contains a long extract from Laurence Humphrey's Iuelli vita et mors. " C. W. Le Bas, The life of Bishop Jewel. London, 1835. Wyndham M. Southgate, John Jewel and the Problem of Doctrinal Authority. Harvard University Press, 1962. John E. Booty, John Jewel as Apologist of the Church of England.

AN APOLOGIE OF THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND 9 we cannot say. At any rate, when Peter Martyr wrote and thanked him for it, he spoke of tuae Apologiae 13 and not vestrae Apologiae, plainly regarding it as Jewel's own work. There can be little, if any, doubt that the anonymity was a deliberate policy on the part of Cecil, Parker, and the author himself (whom we may, on the basis of the above-mentioned hints and the traditional ascription, take as Jewel). It was agreed that the book should speak for the whole Church of England, and that therefore no individual name should be affixed to it.

Download PDF sample

Rated 4.78 of 5 – based on 34 votes