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Archbishop Cranmer's immortal bequest : the Book of common prayer of the Church of England : an evangelistic liturgy

Author: Samuel Leuenberger
Publisher: Grand Rapids, Mich. : W.B. Eerdmans, 1990.
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
History
Named Person: Thomas Cranmer; Thomas Cranmer
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Samuel Leuenberger
ISBN: 0802804748 9780802804747
OCLC Number: 21044055
Language Note: "Originally published in the German language in Basel with the title Cultus Ancilla Scripturae."
Notes: "Originally published in the German language in Basel with the title Cultus Ancilla Scripturae."
Description: xxxvi, 388 pages ; 22 cm
Contents: I. The Book of Common Prayer of 1549 --
A. Review of the contents of the divine services under consideration --
B. History of the origins of this first draft --
C. Draft of 1549 as a liturgical outgrowth of the church politics of Thomas Cranmer --
II. Cranmer's most important consultants in the construction of a genuine reformation book of liturgies: Peter Martyr Vermigli, Martin Bucer, and John Hooper --
A. Peter Martyr and the distinctive features of his theology --
B. Fundamentals of Bucer's theology as revealed in particular by examples from his Censura --
C. John Hooper as the father of puritanism and the main features of his theology --
D. Comments summarizing the contributions of Martyr, Bucer, and Hooper III. Cranmer's drafting of the Book of Common Prayer of 1552 as the fruit of his discussions with Martyr, Bucer, and Hooper --
A. Main features of Cranmer's theology --
B. Principal differences in the prayer book of 1552 and the traces of Martyr, Bucer, and Hooper --
IV. The Book of Common Prayer of 1662 --
A. The road to and the fight for the integration of the prayer book of 1552 into the edition of 1662 --
B. Evaluation and deductions --
C. Analysis of the genuine revivalistic elements in the three principal liturgies in the BCP of 1662 --
D. Consequences of "Pura Doctrina" and "Purus Cultus" in the Book of Common Prayer of 1662 --
V. The Oxford Movement (Tractarian Movement) as an expression of dissatisfaction with the principle of Sola Scriptura and its consequences --
A. The Anglo-Catholic Movement (Oxford or Tractarian Movement) constitutes the antithesis to the Book of Common Prayer of 1662 --
B. Fruit of the Oxford Movement in the nineteenth and at the start of the twentieth centuries --
C. Charles Gore and Lux Mundi as well as William Temple compose the synthesis --
D. The Anglo-Catholic elements converted through John Robinson into a radically modernistic theology, as background to the experimental liturgies and the ASB 1980 --
E. Experimental liturgy second series and series 3 --
F. The Alternative Service Book 1980.
Other Titles: Cultus Ancilla Scripturae.
Responsibility: by Samuel Leuenberger ; translated from the German by Samuel Leuenberger and Lewis J. Gorin, Jr. ; with a foreword to the English edition by James I. Packer.

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