Richard Hooker: Prophet of Anglicanism

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A&C Black, Jan 1, 1999 - Biography & Autobiography - 362 pages
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This long-neglected figure is arguably the closest counterpart in the English Reformation to Luther and Calvin. This new biography is the culmination of fifteen years of intensive research into Hooker's life and thought.
 

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Contents

The Hookers of Exeter
1
Growing up in John Hookers Exeter
21
School Days
41
Leaving the Nest
57
The Oxford Years
74
Leaving the Academic Cloister
101
Debut in London
115
Introduction to Church Politics
129
Master of the Temple
199
A Judicious Marriage
221
Penman for the Church
233
Of the Laws of Ecclesiastical Polity
254
Pastor of Bishopsbourne
278
The Final Years
307
Richard Hookers Legacy
327
Bibliography of Works Cited
342

Appointment at the Temple
151
The Great Debate Begins
162
The Great Debate Continues
177

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