5 edition of Latitudinarianism in the seventeenth-century Church of England found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -203) and index.
|Statement||by Martin I.J. Griffin, Jr. ; annotated by Richard H. Popkin ; edited by Lila Freedman.|
|Series||Brill"s studies in intellectual history,, v. 32|
|Contributions||Popkin, Richard Henry, 1923-, Freedman, Lila.|
|LC Classifications||BX5126 .G75 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 213 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||213|
|LC Control Number||92011342|
Edited by Lila Freedman, Latitudinarianism in the Seventeenth-Century Church of England, ISBN: 90 04 0 Edited by Richard H. Popkin and Arjo Vanderjagt, Scepticism and Irreligion in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries, ISBN: 90 04 0 Edited by Martin Mulsow and Richard H. Popkin, Latitudinarianism in the Seventeenth. The relationship between Latitudinarian moral theology and eighteenth-century literature has been much debated among scholars. However, this issue can only be tackled if the exact objectives of the Latitudinarians' moral theology are clearly delineated. In doing so, Patrick Müller unveils the intricate connection between the didactic bias of Latitudinarianism and the resurgent interest .
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Latitudinarianism in the Seventeenth-Century Church of England Series: "This work is a perceptive and careful study of seventeenth-century Latitudinarianism. Its intellectual analysis set within the historical context enhances its value.
Church History, " the book is a valuable addition to the small shelf of Restoration Cited by: The Latitudinarians, a group of prominent clergymen in the late seventeenth-century Church of England, were articulate opponents of Anglicanism's intellectual foes.
Against the challenges of Hobbism, Spinozism, Deism, scepticism, and Roman Catholicism, they presented a body of thought emphasizing reason in religion and practical morality over credal speculation.
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[Martin I J Griffin; Richard H Popkin; Lila Freedman] -- "The Latitudinarians, a group of prominent clergymen in the late seventeenth-century Church of England, were articulate opponents of Anglicanism's intellectual foes. Against the challenges of.
"INDEX" published on 01 Jan by Brill. Isabel Latitudinarianism in the seventeenth-century Church of England book. Reason, Grace, and Sentiment: A Study of the Language of Religion and Ethics in England, Volume I: Whichcote to Wesley.
New York: Cambridge University Press. xiii, $ - Martin I. Griffin Jr. Latitudinarianism in the Seventeenth-Century Church of England. Edited by Lila Freedman.
For discussion of ‘latitudinarians’ and reason see Griffin, M. J., Latitudinarianism in the seventeenth-century Church of England, Leiden60 – 22 Rust's A discourse of the use of reason in matters of religion was not published untilalthough he had died in Dividing into two parts, it first examines the importance of the Cambridge Platonists, who sought to embrace the newest philosophical and scientific movements within Church of England orthodoxy, and then moves into the later seventeenth century, from the Restoration onwards, culminating in essays on the philosopher John Locke.
Latitudinarianism in the Seventeenth-Century Church of England. Leiden: E. Brill. CS1 maint: ref=harv ; Further reading By Stillingfleet not listed above. The Doctrines and Practices of the Church of Rome Truly Represented; in Answer to a Book Intituled, a Papist Misrepresented, and Represented, &c ().
Latitudinarianism in the seventeenth-century Church of England. Leiden ; New York: E.J. Brill, (DLC) Material Type: Document, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors: Martin I J. Editorial team.
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Charlotte Brontë. A Passionate Life. Latitudinarianism in the Seventeenth‐Century Church of England. Captain James Cook: A. The Latitudinarians and the Church of England, reexamines the religious thought of a group of important divines within the Church of England from the Restoration of until the emergence of Deism and the beginning of the Enlightenment in the late s.
Spellman returns the moderate divines to the unique seventeenth-century Reviews: 1. Latitudinarian, Latitudinarianism. Spiritual descendants of sixteenth-century humanists like Erasmus and the ancestors of the nineteenth-century broad church party.
The middle years of the seventeenth century in England were marked by religious civil war, with royalists (Episcopalians) pitted against Puritans who had left the national church. See M. Griffin, Jnr, Latitudinarianism in the Seventeenth-Century Church of England (Leiden: E.J. Brill, ), John Gascoigne, Cambridge in the Age of Enlightenment (Cambridge: CUP, ), and John Spurr, The Restoration Church of England (New Haven: Yale, ).
See also the fine early study by McAdoo, Spirit of Anglicanism () and Philosophy, Science and Religion in England. On the application of these figures to the Roman church beginning in the sixteenth century, see Christopher Hill, Antichrist in Seventeenth-Century England (London: Oxford University Press, ); LeRoy Edwin Froom, The Prophetic Faith of Our Fathers,4 vols.
(Washington D.C.: Review & Herald, ), – Google Scholar. In the seventeenth-century hierarchical world kings, nobles, religious leaders and other people of authority feared the power of Words The combination of monarchy and democracy that developed in England near the end of the 17th century is known as __________.
Define latitudinarianism. latitudinarianism synonyms, latitudinarianism pronunciation, latitudinarianism translation, English dictionary definition of latitudinarianism. adj. Holding or expressing broad or tolerant views, especially in religious matters. Seventeenth-century latitudinarianism was studied, with its wide implications in the realm of secular ideas, but scholarly interest in its eighteenth-century successors lapsed.
So the broad centre-ground of Hanoverian churchmanship was neglected, damned by association with the ethic of Parson Woodforde from which Norman Sykes never really. Church of England, English national church that traces its history back to the arrival of Christianity in Britain during the 2nd century.
It has been the original church of the Anglican Communion since the 16th-century Protestant the successor of the Anglo-Saxon and medieval English church, it has valued and preserved much of the traditional framework. The English church in the seventeenth century by: Carter, C.
Sydney b. Published: () Latitudinarianism in the seventeenth-century Church of England. Today, in my course on "The Faiths of the Founding Fathers," I lectured on the shift in theological beliefs that occurred in the seventeenth-century Anglican lecture was based on material found in C.
F. Allison's The Rise of Moralism: The Proclamation of the Gospel from Hooker to Baxter, Roland Stromberg's Religious Liberalism in Eighteenth-Century England.It is a period in which struggles of the past were re-enacted: there was a revival of Latitudinarianism in the Broad Church, the scepticism of eighteenth-century philosophers was given a new vigour with a new school of ‘believing criticism’; Catholicism, as in the seventeenth century, seemed to threaten the Church of England, the members of.