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Lollard themes in the Reformation theology of William Tyndale

Author: Donald Dean Smeeton
Publisher: Kirksville, Mo. : Sixteenth Century Journal Publishers, ©1986.
Series: Sixteenth century essays & studies, v. 6.
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Smeeton asserts that the famed English theologian was not put to death because of his illegal English translation of the Bible for the British lay classes, but rather for his social and theological views of these lay classes as worthy of expressing such dissent to the greater church.
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Smeeton, Donald Dean, 1946-
Lollard themes in the Reformation theology of William Tyndale.
Kirksville, Mo. : Sixteenth Century Journal Publishers, ©1986
(OCoLC)568709026
Online version:
Smeeton, Donald Dean, 1946-
Lollard themes in the Reformation theology of William Tyndale.
Kirksville, Mo. : Sixteenth Century Journal Publishers, ©1986
(OCoLC)606041301
Named Person: William Tyndale; William Tindale; William Tyndale; William Tyndale
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Donald Dean Smeeton
ISBN: 0940474069 9780940474062
OCLC Number: 14166816
Description: 285 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Contents: The possibility of a reconsideration --
Homo doctus, pius et bonus --
The general world view --
The Bible : God's law and lore --
Salvation : God's way and works --
The church : God's faithful and flock --
Politics : man's nation and narrative.
Series Title: Sixteenth century essays & studies, v. 6.
Responsibility: by Donald Dean Smeeton.

Abstract:

Smeeton asserts that the famed English theologian was not put to death because of his illegal English translation of the Bible for the British lay classes, but rather for his social and theological views of these lay classes as worthy of expressing such dissent to the greater church.

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by WTYILL@KUK (WorldCat user on 2007-10-24)

List of Abbreviations 9 Introduction 13 Chapter 1. The Possibility of a Reconsideration 17 The Suggested Interpretations of Tyndale * The Suggested Correction * Sources for the Study of Lollardy * Concerning the Founder * Concerning His Followers Chapter 2. Homo Doctus, Pius et Bonus 37 The General Setting * The Specific Shire * The Specific Family * Tyndale at Oxford * Tyndale at Cambridge * Tyndale at Little Sodbury * Tyndale in London * Tyndale in Germany * Tyndale at Antwerp Chapter 3. The General World View 75 Tyndale’s Appeal to John Wyclif * Tyndale’s Use of Language * Tyndale’s Appeal to His Readers * Tyndale’s Rejection of the University Logic * Tyndale’s Interpretation of Persecution Chapter 4. The Bible: God’s Law and Lore 89 The Language of Scripture * The Use of English * The Capacity of English * The Role of the Translator * The Nationalism of English * The Importance of Scripture * The Unity of Scripture * The Negation of Man’s Law * The Interpretation of Scripture * The Literal Method * The Spiritual Motive * The View of the Opposition * The Motive of the Opposition * The Use of Glosses * The Citation of Authorities * The Opposition of the Humanists * John Colet * Desiderius Erasmus * Thomas Moore Chapter 5. Salvation: God’s Way and Works 123 Election * Faith * Love * Works * Holy Spirit * Law * Promise * Covenant Chapter 6. The Church: God’s Faithful and Flock 159 The Church: Its Definition * Few or Many * Preaching or Ceremony * The Laity or Clergy * Order or Organization * The Church: Its Practice * The Practice of Prelates * Prelacy * Papacy * Mendicancy * Lower Clergy * The Sins of the Clergy * The Church: Its Piety * Images * Saints * Buildings * Pilgrimages * Prayer * Fasting * The Church: Its Ceremonies * The Sacraments * The Eucharist * Baptism * Confession * The Music Chapter 7. Politics: Man’s Nation and Narrative 221 Nationalism * The Role of the King * The Claims of the Prelates * The Use of War * The View of History Conclusion 249 Appendix I. Did Tyndale Edit Lollard Tracts? 256 Appendix II. A Note on the Book of James 259 Appendix III. An Illustration of Tyndale’s “Translation” of Luther 262 Bibliography 265 Index 279

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