2 edition of early works of Thomas Becon found in the catalog.
early works of Thomas Becon
|Statement||Edited for the Parker Society, by John Ayre.|
|Genre||Early works to 1800.|
|Series||The Parker Society, London. Publications -- v. 2., Publications (Parker Society (London, England)) -- v. 2.|
|Contributions||Ayre, John, 1801-1869.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xix, 500 p.|
|Number of Pages||500|
Becon, Thomas, The catechism of Thomas Becon / with o Jewel, John, The works of John Jewel / edited for the Becon, Thomas, The early works of Thomas Becon : being Hetairos Hetairos.
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Author of [The flour of godly praiers], The sicke mans salue, The early works of Thomas Becon, The worckes of Thomas Becon, The principles of Christian Religion, Prayers and Other Pieces of Thomas Becon, Writings of the Rev. Thomas Becon, Chaplain to Archbishop Cranmer, and Prebendary of Canterbury, The sicke mans salve.
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The Early Works of Thomas Becon Being the Treatises Published by Him in the Reign of King Henry 8. Edited for the Parker Society. Thomas Becon. The Rev. John Ayre, M.A., has edited the works of Becon for the Parker Society, and has brought together all that has been transmitted.
His 'Biographical Notice' before 'The Early Works' (), with its authorities and references, must be the main source of.
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This volume of prayers and poetry from Thomas Becon, a household chaplain of Thomas Cranmer and influential preacher, features the preacher’s later, more radical works.
Compiled by the evangelical Parker Society, this volume delves into early Anglican thought on communion, the authority of Scripture, and the work of Christ, especially as. THE EARLY WORKS OF THOMAS BECON, S.T P Chaplain to Abp Cranmer, being The Treatises published by him in the reign of Henry VIII BECON, THOMAS.
Published by Cambridge University Press (The Parker Society) (). Thomas Becon. —This celebrated divine was born in Suffolk, and educated in the university of Cambridge.
He afterwards became chaplain to Archbishop Cranmer, and a zealous advocate tor the reformation, even from its very commencement in the reign of King Henry VIII.
The Parker Society was a text publication society set up in to produce editions of the works of the early Protestant writers of the English was supported by both the High Church and evangelical wings of the Church of England, and was established in reaction against the Tractarian movement of the s.
Its Council was dominated by evangelicals, but not to the exclusion of. Filed under: First communion -- Early works to Certaine necessary instructions of the holy Communion (Imprinted at London: [By J.
Kingston] for Henry Kirkham, dwellyng at the little north dore of Sainct Paules Churche, and are there to bee solde, at the signe of the black Boye, ), by Archdeacon D. and George Wither (HTML at EEBO TCP).
Select Works. Thomas Becon. Early Works, being the Treatises published by him in the reign of Henry VIII. The Catechism, with other pieces written by him in the reign of King Edward VI.
Prayers and other pieces. John Bradford Writings. volume one volume two. Henry Bullinger. Decades.50, 51, Printed by H. Singleton?, ?]), by Gracious Menewe and Thomas Becon (HTML at EEBO TCP) Filed under: Conscience, Examination of -- Early works to The mischiefs of self-ignorance and the benefits of self-acquaintance opened in divers sermons at Dunstan's-West and published in answer to the accusations of some and the desires of others.
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To the right worshipfull Maister Basil Felding Esquier, Thomas Beacon wisheth the favour of God, continuall health, and prosperous felicitye. Series Early English Books, Description [16+], Becon, Thomas, / [in the moneth of August.
In the yeare of the Lorde ] A comfortable epistle, too Goddes faythfull people in Englande wherein is declared the cause of takynge awaye the true Christen religion from them, & howe it maye be recouered and obtayned agayne, newly made by Thomas Becon.
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Theodore Basille = Thomas Becon. Reproduction Notes Microfilm. Ann Arbor, Mich.: University Microfilms International, 1 microfilm reel: 35 mm (Early English books, ; ). Series Statement Early English books, ; Other Forms Also available online. Cited in STC (2nd ed.) This dissertation analyses the life and writings of the Tudor clergyman and bestselling author Thomas Becon () as well as communities of production, patronage and pious readership that.
I've been rereading the delightful and (unlike much of my recent fare) concise historical survey of Anglican spirituality by Bishop John R. Moorman titled The Anglican Spiritual Tradition (Templegate, ). I was amused by his two-page, tongue-in-cheek review of the career of Thomas Becon, a trenchant Protestant polemicist of the midth century (pp.
Francis Bacon was born on Janu in London, England. Bacon served as attorney general and Lord Chancellor of England, resigning amid charges of corruption.
His more valuable work was Died: AbstractThomas Becon (/13–), one of the early English Reformers, is known for his dialogues, prayers, and Catechism. While the word ‘reformation’ occurs rarely in his works, the notion itself extends further than Church structures and theology.
Becon’s approach to reformation does not envision the Church as an object of faith or an ecclesiastical construct to be refurbished. Becon's obscurity has diverted most historians - except Derrick Sherwin Bailey at Edinburgh 1 - from attention to one crucial fact about his career.
Becon wrote a book that went. 1 Bailey, Derrick Sherwin, Thomas Becon and the Reformation ofthe Church in England (London. Oliver and Boyd, ). David's Harpe full of most delectable harmony newly stringed and set in tune by Thomas Becon.
This is an exposition of Psor Psalm according to the Latin Version. It was originally published in 12mo, inand reprinted in "The Early Works of Thomas Becon.
Yesterday marked the th anniversary of Thomas Cranmer’s martyrdom, something Philip Jenkins noted here r is justly remembered for his work in framing the traditional Symbols of Anglicanism, notably The Book of Common Prayer and The Forty-Two Articles (which later became The Thirty-Nine Articles under Elizabeth I).Author: Mathew Block.
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Becon, Thomas, Title: A treatise of the cohabitacyon of the faithfull with the vnfaithfull. Whereunto is added. A sermon made of the confessing of Christe and his gospell, and of the denyinge of the same.
Alternate Title. Thomas Becon, The early works of Thomas Becon, page We have learned of these your words, that to do truly penance is not only to abstain from sin, but also to amplect and embrace the virtue contrary to the sin.
3. Armstrong, Brian, Calvinism and the Amyraut Heresy, Protestant Scholasticism and Humanism in Seventeenth-Century France (Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, ), pp. xvii, xix, 32, 38, 42, –argues for the moderation and soteriological “rootedmess” of Calvin's doctrine of predestination and suggests Beza as one of the fathers of the more scholastic version of the Cited by: 2.
The Parker Society Collection is 56 volumes, (55 physical volumes as one book is two volumes bound together) bound in quarter-back calf, of the most comprehensive work of the English Reformers.
The complete work named after Elizabeth I’s tutor, Matthew Parker, who became Archbishop of Canterbury during her 45 year reign ().As a popularizer Thomas Becon is hard to better.
His 1 A chronicle of England during the reigns of the Tudors, from A.D. toby Charles Wriothesley, Windsor Herald. Ed. by W. D. Hamilton, 2 v.
Camden Society, N.S. 11, 1, p. ~ D. S. .The early works of Thomas Brecon, S.T.P., chaplain to Archbishop Cranmer, prebendary of Canterbury, etc., being the treatises published by him in the reign of King Henry VIII, Parker Society () Ayre, J.
ed., The catechism of Thomas Becon, S.T.P. chaplain to Archbishop Cranmer.