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The work of Thomas Cranmer.

Author: Thomas Cranmer; G E Duffield
Publisher: Philadelphia, Fortress Press [1965]
Series: [The Courtenay library of Reformation classics]
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Thomas Cranmer, the first Protestant Archibishop of Canterbury, was not an original, prolific or argumentative theologian. He was, however, a man with an unparalleled genius for condensing lofty thought into clear confessional definitions and meaningful forms of worship. His expositions of Scripture were often plain, but always practical."--Book jacket.
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Genre/Form: Early works
Early works to 1800
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Thomas Cranmer; G E Duffield
OCLC Number: 909691
Description: xiv, 370 pages portraits (1 color) 23 cm.
Contents: 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.
Series Title: [The Courtenay library of Reformation classics]
Responsibility: Introduced by J.I. Packer. Edited by G.E. Duffield.

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"Thomas Cranmer, the first Protestant Archibishop of Canterbury, was not an original, prolific or argumentative theologian. He was, however, a man with an unparalleled genius for condensing lofty thought into clear confessional definitions and meaningful forms of worship. His expositions of Scripture were often plain, but always practical."--Book jacket.

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