Richard Hooker and the Construction of Christian Community

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Arthur Stephen McGrade
Medieval & Renaissance Texts & Studies, Jan 1, 1997 - Biography & Autobiography - 418 pages
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Twenty contributions, drawn from a conference marking completion of the Folger edition of Hooker's works, complement a collection published more than two decades ago, Studies in Richard Hooker; Essays Preliminary to an Edition of His Works, edited by W. Speed Hill. The papers as a whole do not deci

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Uneven collection of essays with the standout being WJ Torrance Kirby's "Richard Hooker as an Apologist of the Magisterial Reformation." Yes, of course I'm biased. Patterson's essay was helpful, even ... Read full review

Contents

An Editorial Perspective
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Constructing a New Biography
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v Hooker in the Context of European Cultural History
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