2 edition of Hanserd Knollys and radical dissent in the 17th century found in the catalog.
Hanserd Knollys and radical dissent in the 17th century
B. R. White
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||by B. R. White.|
|Series||Lecture - Friends of Dr. Williams"s Library ; 31st, 1977, Lecture (Dr. Williams"s Library. Friends) ;, 31st.|
|LC Classifications||BX6495.K63 W47|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||29 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||29|
|LC Control Number||78320820|
The Making of Abiezer Coppe. Hanserd Knollys (–) and William Kiﬃn (–). (in-)famous radical thinkers of England during the Interregnum. As the analysis will try to Author: Ariel Hessayon. Underhill, E. B. Records of the Churches of Christ gathered at Fenstanton, Warboys and Hexham (Hanserd Knollys Society, ) Underwood, T. L. Primitivesm, radicalism, and the Lamb's War: the Baptist-Quaker conflict in seventeenth-century England (Oxford, ) [for information on the involvement of Matthew Caffyn and other Kent and.
Confessions of Faith and Other Documents of the Baptist Churches of England in the 17th century. London: The Hanserd Knollys Society, Underwood, A. C. A History of the English Baptists. London: Kingsgate Press, Wills, Gregory A. Democratic Religion: Freedom, Authority, and Church Discipline in the Baptist South, –, Oxford. Hanserd Knollys speaks of churches gathered in London ‘without urging or making any particular covenant with members upon admittance,’ for their conditions were ‘faith, repentance and baptism, and none other.’3 And William Dell, manifesting the extreme Puritan tendency to approximate the Visible to the Invisible Church, and to discover.
Abstract. This thesis is a study in the evolving ecclesiastical identities of the Puritan/Nonconformist clergy\ud between and It will supplement the historiographical definition of Nonconformity and\ud argue that a shift towards a 'soft' denominational identity more accurately represents Restoration\ud : Kinda Skea. Dennis Buston, “Hanserd Knollys and the formation of particular Baptist identity in seventeenth-century London”, in Ian Randall, Tovio Pilli and Anthony Cross, eds., Baptist identities: international studies from the seventeenth to the twentieth century (Bletcheley, ), pp.
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Genre/Form: Biographies Church history History Biography: Additional Physical Format: Online version: White, B.R. (Barrington Raymond).
Hanserd Knollys and radical dissent in the 17th. The extent of Luther's influence in the seventeenth century has not been fully determined, but a promising start has been made in Wallace, “ The Anglican Appeal to Lutheran Sources: Philip Melanchthon's Reputation in Seventeenth-Century England,” HMPEC 52 (): –67; and Baker, J.
Wayne, “ Sola Fide Sola Gratia: The Battle for Cited by: 6. (30) Architects of Dissent: Some Nonconformist Patrons and their Architects, by Christopher Stell. (31) Hanserd Knollys and Radical Dissent in the 17th century, by B. White. (32) Life and Story in the Pilgrim’s Progress, by Roger Sharrock.
Hanserd Knollys and Radical Dissent in th e 17th Century (London: Dr Williams' Trust, ). For a helpful biographical sketch, see 8 R White, 'Knoll ys, Hanserd (c.1 )' in Richard L Greaves and Robert Zaller, eds.
Biographical Dictionaiy of British Radicals in the. Katherine Sutton, A Christian Womans Experiences of the Glorious Working of Gods Free Grace (Rotterdam, ), sig. *2r. Knollys was also in a delegation that visited the Interregnum prophet Anna Trapnell in White, Hanserd Knollys, 17; Kenneth G.
Newport, "Knollys, Hanserd," ODNB; Bustin, Paradox and Perseverance, Google ScholarCited by: 4. White, B.R, Hanserd Knollys and Radical Dissent in the 17th Century (London, ) White, Jason, Militant Protestantism and British Identity, (London, ) Zakai, Avihu, ‘Thomas Brightman and the English Apocalyptic Tradition’ in Yosef Kaplan, Henry Mechoulan, and Richard H Popkin (eds), Menasseh ben Israel and His World (Leiden.
Hanserd Knollys and Radical Dissent in the 17th century. White. Life and Story in the Pilgrim’s Progress. Roger Sharrock.
A Venerable Dissenting Institution Dr William’s Library, Ernest A. Payne. Church, State, and Learning in Twelfth Century Byzantium. Robert Browning. Abstract. The late seventeenth century was a critical and fruitful period\ud for the Particular Baptists of England.
Severely persecuted following\ud the Restoration, toleration in brought its own perils.\ud Particular Baptists were fortunate in having several strong leaders,\ud especially the London trio of Hanserd Knollys, William Kiffin, and\ud Benjamin : James Barry Vaughn.
Redefined the nature of the Church of England. It prescribed the form of public prayers, administration of sacraments, and other rites of the Established Church of England, following all the rites and ceremonies and doctrines prescribed in the Book of Common Prayer. • loophole closed • Reinstituted the use of the Common Book of Prayer.
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follow in the midth century. As already noted, at the beginning 22 of the 17th century the Puritans represented about ten percent of the body of Church of England clergy. The Puritans fostered high hopes that James (James VI of Scotland, James I of England), coming from Presbyterian Scotland, would herald Church reform.
They were sadly. Hanserd Knollys was one of the principal actors of those times, and he gives an account of their organization. He rejected infant baptism in (John Lewis, Appendix to the History of the Anabaptists. Rawlinson MSS. CCCCIX, 62), and probably became a Baptist in the same year (Kiffin, Life and Death of Hanserd Knollys, London, ).
In seventeenth-century England (as in the Europe of the Reformation) Edition: current; Page: [] currents which in spirit belong to no religious tradition but rather to libertinism, seek a temporary alliance with radical Protestant thought.
In Overton there is a militant naturalism and a thinly veiled hostility to dogmatic religion. The Records of the Church of Christ Meeting in Broadmead, Bristol. Edited for the Hanserd Knollys Society, with an Historical Introduction by Edward Bean Underhill. London: Printed for the Society, by J.
Haddon, Catle Street, Finsbury, *Underwood, A. A History of the English Baptists. During her reign in the sixteenth century, Queen Elizabeth I of England solidified the Protestant-leaning religious course initiated by her father, Henry : Jeffrey Michael Horner.
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