The work of Thomas Cranmer. Introduced by J.I. Packer. Edited by G.E. Duffield.Series: <The Courtenay library of Reformation classics>Publication details: Philadelphia : Fortress Press 1965Description: xiv, 370 p. ports. (1 col.) 23 cmSubject(s): Church of England -- Collected works | Theology -- Early works to 1800 | Theology -- History -- 16th century | Lord's Supper -- Anglican CommunionDDC classification: 230.308 LOC classification: BX5037 | .C76
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|Book||Evangelische Theologische Faculteit Leuven Closed stacks 1||BX 5037 CRAN 1965 (Browse shelf(Opens below))||Available||35678000832818|
Includes bibliographical references.
Justification by faith: From the 1538 Articles. From the annotations on the King's Book, 1538(?) Speeches: On general councils, 1535. Convocation, 1536. The coronation of Edward VI, 1547. Questions and answers, 1540. Preface to the Bible, 1540. Defence of the true and catholic doctrine of the sacrament, 1550. Proclamations: The Council to Ridley on Communion tables, 1551. The reasons for this. Mandate for subscription to the Articles, 1552. Notes on rebellion, 1549. Letters: The reign of Henry VIII and Edward VI. The reign of Mary. Letters to Continental reformers. The final scenes, Cranmer's appeal and apology. Cranmer's library.