The Heat of Battle Graham Windsor

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Published: May 29th 2012

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The Heat of Battle  by  Graham Windsor

The Heat of Battle by Graham Windsor
May 29th 2012 | Kindle Edition | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, RTF | 362 pages | ISBN: | 10.57 Mb

This study of Roman / Anglican arguments in the first 20 years of Elizabeth I aims to be critical and historical. It resists the temptation to dump 16th century theology in a dusty attic of modern thought, for controversy can well be where theologyMoreThis study of Roman / Anglican arguments in the first 20 years of Elizabeth I aims to be critical and historical.

It resists the temptation to dump 16th century theology in a dusty attic of modern thought, for controversy can well be where theology really comes alive. At the same time it refuses the patronizing air which assumes that those older writers had nothing to say of permanent value and of up-to-date relevance.The topics chosen are those which seemed most important at the time:The Lord’s SupperThe Roman MassChurch and StateThe Papal SupremacyBible and ChurchThe Marks of the ChurchJustification.The whole is prefixed by a chapter recounting the English Protestant background and the Roman writers on the Continent who warred against the Reform.

After the main discussion there are twelve extracts which I chose to be representative of the polemical writings of the period.



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