3 edition of An apology for the liberties of the churches in New England found in the catalog.
An apology for the liberties of the churches in New England
by Printed by T. Fleet, for Daniel Henchman, over-against the Brick Meeting House in Cornhill. in Boston
Written in English
|Statement||By Samuel Mather, M.A. Pastor of a church in Boston, New England. ; [Nineteen lines of quotations]|
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 4275.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, ix, , 116 [i.e., 216] p.|
|Number of Pages||216|
Book Description: Lady Anne Cooke Bacon's translation of Bishop John Jewel's Apologia Ecclesiae Anglicanae () as An Apology or Answer in Defence of the Church of England () is the official defence of the Elizabethan Settlement. Free kindle book and epub digitized and proofread by Project Gutenberg. Project Gutenberg; 61, free ebooks; The Apology of the Church of England by John Jewel The Apology of the Church of England Language: English: LoC Class: BX: Philosophy, Psychology, Religion: Christianity: Churches, Church movements: Subject: Church of England.
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An apology for the liberties of the churches in New England: to which is prefix'd, a discourse concerning congregational churches. / By Samuel Mather, M.A. Pastor of a church in Boston, New England. ; [Nineteen lines of quotations] Mather, Samuel, MATHER, Samuel. An Apology for the Liberties of the Churches in New England: To which is prefix'd, A Discourse concerning Congregational Churches.
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[Samuel Mather; American Imprint Collection (Library of Congress)]. An apology for the liberties of the churches in New England: to which is prefix'd, a discourse concerning congregational churches.
John Jewel wrote his Apology in the mid 16th Century in support of the nascent Church of England. In it, he deftly expresses that the foundation for the Church of England as a separate entity from the Roman Catholic Religion is not a novelty but is found in the Scriptures, in the writings of the church Fathers and in the early Church and even Jewish /5(5).
Written after Elizabeth's accession to the throne upon the death of Mary Tudor, Jewel's Apology was a major literary contribution toward England's struggle with the papacy and influenced the Written after Elizabeth's accession to the throne upon the death of Mary Tudor, Jewel's Apology was a major literary contribution toward England's struggle with the papacy 4/5.
Introduction The great interest of Jewel's "Apology" lies in the fact that it was written in Latin to be read throughout Europe as the answer of the Reformed Church of England, at the beginning of Queen Elizabeth's reign, to those who said that the Reformation set up a new Church.
Its argument was that the English Church Reformers were. These (viz. the Catechism, Articles, and Apology) are to be joined in one book, and by common consent to be authorized as containing true doctrine, and enjoined to be taught to the youth in the universities and grammar schools throughout the realm; likewise in cathedral churches and collegiate and in private houses.” —Archbishop Matthew.
Identify which criticisms of the church and the King of England resulted in Roger Williams's banishment from the colony of Massachusetts. He believed in religious toleration, citing that God had singled out not only the Puritans for salvation. To his good offices young Richard Hooker owed his opportunity of training for the service of the Church.
Among Jewel's writings, this Apology or Defence of the Church of England was the most important; but he worked incessantly, and shortened his life by Reviews: 1.
Inthe U.S. Congress devoted an entire resolution to apologizing to Native Hawaiians for overthrowing their kingdom in But a U.S. apology to Native Americans took until and came stealthily tucked away in an unrelated spending bill. If you just happened to be reading the page Defense Appropriations Act of (H.R.
"The argument that runs through this book," he writes, "is plain enough: the people who founded the New England colonies in the early seventeenth century brought into being churches, civil governments, and a code of laws that collectively marked them as the most advanced reformers of the Anglo-colonial world" (xi).Cited by: Two hundred years after Anglican reformers helped to abolish the slave trade, the Church of England has apologised for profiting from it.
Project Canterbury. The Apology of the Church of England. By John Jewel Bishop of Salisbury. Edited by Henry Morley. London, Paris, New York and Melbourne: Cassell, The Apology of the Church of England.
by John Jewel Bishop of Salisbury. CASSELL & COMPANY, LIMITED: LONDON, PARIS, NEW YORK & MELBOURNE, AN APOLOGY, OR ANSWER, IN DEFENCE OF THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND, With a Brief and Plain Declaration of the True Religion Professed and Used in the Same.
INTRODUCTION. Buy An Apology of the Church of England by Jewel, John (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low 5/5(1). The great interest of Jewel’s “Apology” lies in the fact that it was written in Latin to be read throughout Europe as the answer of the Reformed Church of England, at the beginning of Queen Elizabeth’s reign, to those who said that the Reformation set up a new Church.
Long out of print, John Jewel's classic defense of Reformation principles is again available in this specially re-issued edition with an introductory essay by John E. Booty. Written after Elizabeth's accession to the throne upon the death of Mary Tudor, Jewel's Apology was a major literary contribution toward England's struggle with the papacy.
An apology of the Church of England by Jewel, John, ; Bacon, Anne Cooke, Lady, ?; Jelf, R. (Richard William), Publication date Topics Church of England, Church of England Publisher London: Printed for the Society for Promoting Christian KnowledgePages:.
Dr Rowan Williams says the apology is 'necessary' The Church of England has voted to apologise to the descendants of victims of the slave trade. An amendment "recognising the .Bishop John Jewel’s Apology of the Church of England is a comprehensive statement of faith, as well as an important political and historical document of Elizabethan England.
It was also intended as a Protestant answer to the Roman Catholic accusations of heresy. Bishop Jewel emphasizes the continuity between the Reformers’ thought and the truth of the Scriptures, the apostles, and church.We are Confessional Calvinists and a Prayer Book Church-people.
Inwe remembered the th anniversary of the Book of Common Prayer; also, we remembered the th anniversary of John Jewel's sober, scholarly, and Reformed "An Apology of the Church of England."Inwe remembered the publication of the "Heidelberg Catechism" and the influence of Reformed theologians in England Author: Reformation.