Richard Hooker and the Vision of God: Exploring the Origins of 'Anglicanism'

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James Clarke & Co, Jul 25, 2013 - Religion - 350 pages
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Finally filling the gap between specialist volumes and ‘companion texts’, Charles Miller's rigorous and well written exploration of the works and theology of Richard Hooker is a comprehensive and critical testament to one of the most important founders of Anglican thought

Miller introduces the main theological topics in Hooker’s writings and identifies his distinctive contribution to the emergence of Anglicanism via discussion of such themes as Hooker’s conception of God, of Mankind and of the place of Scripture in the Church. These discussions are deeply founded on Hooker's own works and Miller makes good use of the yet un-translated work L’Anglicanisme de Richard Hooker by Olivier Loyer, which has not been frequently cited in English language scholarship until now.

Richard Hooker and the Vision of God is a groundbreaking new text that serves as both an introduction to, and substantive analysis of, this hugely influential sixteenth-century theologian.
 

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Contents

Appropriation
155
Application
222
Conclusion
268
A Selection of Texts from Hookers Works
279
Select Bibliography
335
Back Cover
343
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Charles Miller is an Anglican priest who has taught theology, Anglican studies and spirituality in seminaries and universities in the United States and the UK. His books include: Toward A Fuller Vision: Orthodoxy and the Anglican Experience, Praying the Eucharist: Reflections on the Eucharistic Experience of God, and For the Gift of the World: An Introduction to the Theology of Dumitru Staniloae. Since 2006 he has been Team Rector of Abingdon and Vicar of St Helen's Church in the Diocese of Oxford.

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