2 edition of Anglican and Puritan: the basis of their opposition, 1558-1640 / John F. H. New. found in the catalog.
Anglican and Puritan: the basis of their opposition, 1558-1640 / John F. H. New.
John F H. New
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In New England, where Congregationalism was the official religion, the Puritans exhibited intolerance of other religious views, including Quaker, Anglican and Baptist theologies. The Puritans of the Massachusetts Bay Colony were the most active of the New England persecutors of Quakers, and the persecuting spirit was shared by the Plymouth. It must be taken into account that many Puritans used the Prayer Book alongside other forms of worship and that it was only when pressure from the top bore down upon them that the early Puritans agitated for reform. John F. H. New, Anglican and Puritan: The Basis of Their Opposition, (Stanford, California: Stanford University.
Book of Common Prayer (BCP) is the short title of a number of related prayer books used in the Anglican Communion, as well as by other Christian churches historically related to Anglicanism. The original book, published in in the reign of Edward VI, was a product of the English Reformation following the break with work of was the first prayer book to . Anglican and Puritan: The Basis of Their Opposition, , by John F. H. New, 8: Anglo-Irish Relations, , by Nick Pelling, Anglo-Vatican Relations, Confidential Annual Reports of the British Ministers to the Holy See, edited by Thomas E. Hachey,
3On the question of the theological distinctiveness of puritanism, this essay sides with New, John F. H., Anglican and Puritan: The Basis of Their Opposition, –(Stanford, CA, ), in dissent from George, Charles George, Katherine, The Protestant Mind of the English Reformation(Princeton, NJ, ). j. f. h. New, Anglicans and Puritans: the Basis of their Opposition – (); Google Scholar J. Sears McGee, The Godly Man in Stuart England: Anglicans, Puritans, and the Two Tables (New Haven, CT, ); Google Scholar.
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Anglican and Puritan: The Basis of Their Opposition, Unknown Binding – January 1, by John F. : John F. New. Anglican and Puritan: The Basis of their Opposition, – by John F. New (review) Christopher Hill; The Canadian Historical Review; University of Toronto Press; Vol Number 4, December ; pp.
; Review ; View Citation; Additional Information. OAI identifier: oai:persee:article/assr___num_18_1__t1___2Author: Jean Séguy. John F. New, Anglican and Puritan: the Basis of Their Opposition, (Stanford, ), p. See also his article, "The Whitgift-Cartwright Controversy," Archiv fur Reformationsgeschichte (), pp.
John S. Coolidge, although he does not approach the subject as New does, finds significant differences between Puritans and "Conformists" in.
the margins of their society (George and George,). This suggests that a concern for social order and discipline was central to the Reformation, since sectarians represented such a challenge to dominant groups. The Georges's work was answered by John F. New's Angli-can and Puritan: The Basis of Their Opposition, tive study of pre-Civil War Protestantism is John F.
New's Anglican and, Puritan, the Basis of Opposition (Stamford, ). New tried to explain the conflict between the two faiths as a difference in world views and brought a fresh viewpoint to a debate that has been stale for some time. New, Anglican and Puritan, the Basis of their Opposition, – () is a questionable attempt to distinguish an ‘Anglican’ religious tradition existing from Elizabethan days.
John F. New, Anglican and Puritan: The Basis of Their Opposition, – (London, bjge); J. Sears McGee, The Godly Man in Stuart England: Anglicans, Puritans and the Two Tables, – New, Anglican and Puritan, The Basis of Their Opposition – (Stanford, ); Horton Davies, Worship and Theology in England, vols I, II (Princeton,); Richard Greaves, Religion and Society in Elizabethan England (Minneapolis, ); J.
Sears McGee, The Godly Man in Stuart England: Anglicans, Puritans, and the Two Tables. John Owen’s Trinitarian Theology Their view has been countered, among others, by Martin I. Given the significant developments in recent scholarship that have yielded 9E.g.
John F. New, Anglican and Puritan: The Basis of Their Opposition, Actually, the ideas, party divisions and social characteristics of the Anglican-Puritan division in the Elizabethan and Stuart eras have their roots and first appearance during the flight of Protestants from England after the reign of King Edward VI.
Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: New, John F.H. Anglican and Puritan: the basis of their opposition, Stanford, Calif. New, F. H., Anglican and Puritan: the Basis of their Opposition,Palo AltoPorter, H.
C., who makes no reference to Fuller and only four scattered ones to Baxter in a book devoted to Anglicans and Puritans from Both the treatment of individual figures in and overall interpretation of Fuller. Get this from a library. Anglican and Puritan: the basis of their opposition, [John F H New].
New, John F. Anglican and Puritan: The Basis of Their Opposition, Stanford, CA: Stanford UP, In this graceful and compelling book. As John, F. New explains, “ The difference between the Lambeth Articles and [Lancelot\ Andrewes' judgment upon them was that the former asserted that the elect would become believers, and the latter that all those who believed were the true elect.” (Anglican and Puritan: The Basis of Their Opposition, [Stanford, \, p.
12 – 14). development of an Anglican ethos. Over against the Puritan insistence on changes in doctrine and church life, he saw an appeal to the necessity 4See especially John F. New, Anglican and Puritan, The Basis of Their Opposition, (Stanford: Stanford University Press, ) and "The Whitgift-Cartwright Con.
In addition, New ( 17) wrote that the differences between Anglicans and Puritans of this early period were “administrative, or temperamental or economic in origin, rat her than doctrinal.”. “See Robert Martin Krapp, Liberal Anglicanism: (Ridgefield, Conn.: Acorn Press, ); John F.
New, Anglican and Puritan: The Basis of Their Opposition, (Stanford/London: Stanford University Press, ), pp. ; for further evidence of preaching against predestination in Cambridge during the s, see Spencer.
New Anglican and Puritan: The Basis of Their Opposition, – (Stanford, ), p. and Dietrich Bonhoeffer, The Communion of Saints (New York, ).
(New York ). p. a. scholes, The Puritans and Music in England and New England (New York ). s. e. morison, The Intellectual Life of Colonial New England (2d ed.
New York ). c. hill, Society and Puritanism in Pre-Revolutionary England (New York ). j. f. new, Anglican and Puritan: The Basis of Their Opposition, – Puritans and the human will: voluntarism within mid-seventeenth century puritanism as seen in the works of Richard Baxter and John Owen.
New, John F.H. Niesel, Wilhelm Anglican and Puritan: The Basis of their Opposition, Nicole, Roger "John Calvin's view of the extent of the Atonement." WTJ, 47 (), Partee.HISTORICAL MAGAZINE Falmouth (Portland), Maine,Fasti Ecclesiae Anglicanae 1John Le Neve, R,Federal Council of Churches,