Richard Hooker's Use of History in His Defense of Public Worship: His Anglican Critique of Calvin, Barrow, and the Puritans

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Edwin Mellen Press, 2011 - Religion - 382 pages
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The author reveals how Hooker, by asking questions of theological and political context when examining a given thinker, era or event in the past, was able to balance, in a fashion consistent with the Elizabethan Settlement, what was deemed to be the essential doctrines of Scripture on the one hand with the demands of the commonwealth on the other, while all along claiming continuity with catholic Christianity since the time of the apostles

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