1 edition of Art.V. - The character of archbishop Cranmer. found in the catalog.
Art.V. - The character of archbishop Cranmer.
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 So Archbishop Laurence, of Cashel, and Hardwick, in their learned works on the Articles.  Newman, Pusey, Forbes. Archbishop Laud had prepared the way for this Romanizing interpretation.
 Even the Puritans accepted the doctrinal Articles, and the Westminster Assembly first made them the basis of its Calvinistic Confession. or, since some of that controversial Anglican Benedictine monk's views in that book are controversial and disputed, an article by the Anglo-Catholic English clergyman-professor E.
Ratcliff, "The Liturgcal Work of Archbishop Cranmer," originally published in October in the *Journal of Ecclesiastical History* and later reprinted in the. The following excerpt, taken from the introduction to The Teacher’s Prayer Book by Alfred Barry, illustrates the complex history of the Thirty-Nine Articles and their connection to the magisterial confessions of the sixteenth century.
SECTION I. A HISTORY OF THE ARTICLES. THE CONFESSIONS OF THE 16TH CENTURY. The Articles of the Church of England form one [ ]. Cranmer (as previously mentioned) embraced, with Ridley, the Reformed doctrine of the Lord's Supper as early as ; he corresponded with the Swiss Reformers, as well as with Melanchthon, and invited them (March ) to England to frame a general creed; and he was in intimate personal connection with Bucer, Peter Martyr, John Laski, and Knox.
Remains of the Rough-Stone Age.—First, their flint knives and arrows are found in the caves, mingled with ashes and with the bones of the animals on which they feasted; these bones having been invariably split in order that they might suck out the marrow.
Next, we have the drawings they made of those very creatures scratched on a tusk or on a smooth piece of slate with a bit. Inthe first Book of Common Prayer was compiled by Thomas Cranmer, who was then Archbishop of Canterbury.
While it has since undergone many revisions and Anglican churches in different countries have developed other service books, the Prayer Book is still acknowledged as one of the ties that bind Anglicans together. Anglican identity. Bishop Seabury took it from "the Catholic Remainder of the Church of Scotland," and the Church of Scotland received it from Archbishop Laud, and Archbishop Laud took it from the First Book of Edward VI., and it was put into that Book by Cranmer, Goodrich, Holbeck, Day, Skip, Thirlby, Ridley, May, Taylor, Heynes, Redmayne, Cox, and Robertson.
See Book of Homilies, the Canons of the Church, Archbishop Potter's Discourse on Church Government, Hooker's Ecclesiastical Polity, Daubeny's Guide to the Church, Burton's Early English Church, the Church Dictionaries of Rev.
Dr Hook and Rev. Staunton, Bishop Onderdonk's Episcopacy Examined and Reexamined, and other similar : John Hayward. Moreover, it appears from the Council Book, quoted in Strype’s Life of Cranmer (book 2 ch.
20) and Collier’s History, that Day, bishop of Chichester, was before the Council November 30th, for not complying with the king’s letter of November 23d, and next day stated to them that he saw no force in the Six Reasons which were set forth by.
Attempts were made by Archbishop Whitgift inand by Chief Justice Popham into suppress Bownd's book and to destroy all the copies, but 'the more it was called in the more it was called on;' its price was doubled, and 'though the book's wings were clipped from flying abroad in print, it ran the faster from friend to friend in.
“B” Entries. Babylon, Historical Sketch of.—Babylonia (, Per. Babirush) was the name given to the plain of the Tigris and Euphrates, now forming the modern Arab province of the Old Testament it is Shinar, Babel, or ‘the land of the Chaldees.” The boundaries of Babylonia varied at different periods of its history.
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IV), and that every diocese use the Book of Common Prayer (Art. But the only provision dealing with the membership of dioceses in the Church itself is this one, from Art.
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