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The Apology For The Church Of England And A Treatise Of The Holy Scriptures

by John Jewel

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Published by Kessinger Publishing, LLC .
Written in English


Edition Notes

ContributionsWilliam R. Whittingham (Foreword)
The Physical Object
FormatHardcover
Number of Pages408
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL10519039M
ISBN 100548165734
ISBN 109780548165737

The Apology of the Church of England by John Jewel (): John Jewel was forty years old when he wrote the "Apology" in The great interest of Jewel's "Apology" lies in the fact that it was written in Latin to be read throughout Europe as the answer of the Reformed Church of England, at the beginning of Queen Elizabeth I's reign, to those who said that the Reformation set up a new Church.   Author of A treatise of antient and present geography, The young gentleman's astronomy, chronology, and dialling, A new sett of maps both of antient and present geography, Elementa arithmeticæ numerosæ et speciosæ, A letter to a friend, The common Christian rightly and plainly instructed in the grounds of Christianity, The young gentleman's trigonometry, mechanicks, and .

The Apology of the Church of England. The same in his Treatise of St. Paul’s Conversion, says, Persecution may perhaps seem to be at an end, but it is now Beginning, and that by Those Men too, who fill the Chiefest Places in the Church. Thy Friends and thy Neighbours have drawn near, and stood up against thee. And therefore the Holy. v. - A reply unto M. Harding's answer.- v. Apologia ecclesiae anglicanae; A defence of the apology of the Church of England.- v. 7. Exposition upon the two Epistles of St. Paul to the Thessalonians; View of a seditious bull; Treatise of the Holy Scriptures; Certain sermons.- v. 8.

Passage after passage, often whole pages, from the Explanations of the Ninety-five Theses,6 A Treatise on Baptism,7 A Discussion of Confession,8 A Treatise on the New Testament that is the Holy Mass9 and A Treatise Concerning the Blessed Sacrament10 are transferred bodily to this new and definitive work, and find in it the goal toward which they had been unconsciously. Of the Holy Scriptures. We teach that the Holy Scriptures differ from all other books in the world in that they are the Word of God. They are the Word of God because the holy men of God who wrote the Scriptures wrote only that which the Holy Ghost communicated to .


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AddeddatePages: This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. So, even as late asthere was a book called “An Apology for the Bible,” meaning its defence against those who questioned its authority. This Latin book of Jewel’s, Apologia Ecclesiæ Anglicanæ—written in Latin because it was not addressed to England only—was first published inand translated into English by the mother of Brand: Zhingoora Books.

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John Jewel. avg rating — 0 ratings — 2 editions. An apology of the Church of England [a translation of the Latin Apologia, by Anne, lady Bacon] The defence of the Apology, parts I-III. [Reply to attacks by M. Harding]--IV. Biographical memoir of John Jewel.

The defence of the Apology, parts IV-VI. The epistle to Scipio. A view of a seditious bull. A treatise on the Holy Scriptures. Author of The Apology of the Church of England, Apologia Ecclesiae Anglicanae, The Apology For The Church Of England And A Treatise Of The Holy Scriptures by John Jewel. First published in 2 editions.

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The defence of the Apology, parts I-III. Reply to attacks by M. Haring. Biographical memoir of John Jewel. The defence of the Apology, parts IV-VI.

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yet we, which have been exercised in the Holy Scriptures, and which have both read and seen what hath happened to all godly men commonly at all times; what to the Prophets, to the Apostles, to the holy martyrs, and what to Christ Himself; with what rebukes, revilings. So, even as late asthere was a book called "An Apology for the Bible," meaning its defence against those who questioned its authority.

This Latin book of Jewel's, Apologia Ecclesiae Anglicanae --written in Latin because it was not addressed to England only--was first published inand translated into English by the mother of Francis. The Form and Manner of Ordering of Priests. When the day appointed by the Bishop is come; after Morning Prayer is ended, there shall be a Sermon or Exhortation, declaring the duty and office of such as come to be admitted Priests; how necessary that Order is in the Church of Christ; and also how the people ought to esteem them in their office.

The Apology of the Church of England. by John Jewel. PART V. But here I look they will say, though they have not the Scriptures, yet may chance they have the ancient doctors and the holy fathers with them.

For this is a high brag they have ever made, how that all antiquity and a continual consent of all ages doth make on their side; and that. John Jewel wrote his Apology in the mid 16th Century in support of the nascent Church of England. In it, he deftly expresses that the foundation for the Church of England as a separate entity from the Roman Catholic Religion is not a novelty but is found in the Scriptures, in the writings of the church Fathers and in the early Church and even Jewish s: 5.

John Jewel’s Apology came out in A.D. shortly after Queen Mary deceased and the Anglican church was able to return to England, quickly becoming the standard text that identified Anglican views as they differed from the Church of Rome.

John Jewel - consulte a biografia e bibliografia do autor de Two Treatises: I. On The Holy Scriptures; Ii. On The Sacraments, The Apology Of The Church Of England, The Apology Of The Church Of England.

Get this from a library. A treatise of the Church: VVritten against them of the separation, commonly called Brownists. Wherein the true doctrine of a visible Church is taught, and the Church of England, proued to be a true Church. The Brownists false doctrine of the visible Church is conuinced ; their shamefull peruerting of the holy Scriptures discouered, their arguments to proue the Church.

John Jewel, An apology of the Church of England () W M Southgate, John Jewel and the problem of doctrinal authority () John Ayre, The Works of John Jewel 4 vols () Charles Webb Le Bas, The Life of Bishop Jewel () Sermons or Homilies () [Book II is credited with mostly containing homilies written by Jewel].

John Jewel, A Treatise of the Sacraments. John Jewel, bishop, theologian, and writer, has had the fame of his famous Apology overshadow many of his other works. An excellent case of this inexplicable omission is his Treatise on the Sacraments, published after his death in Addressed chiefly to the subjects of Baptism and the Lord’s Supper, he covers both subjects with equal parts.

The great interest of Jewel’s “Apology” lies in the fact that it was written in Latin to be read throughout Europe as the answer of the Reformed Church of England, at the beginning of Queen Elizabeth’s reign, to those who said that the Reformation set up a new Church.The great interest of Jewel's "Apology" lies in the fact that it was written in Latin to be read throughout Europe as the answer of the Reformed Church of England, at the beginning of Queen Elizabeth's reign, to those who said that the Reformation set up a new Church.

Its argument was that the English Church Reformers were going back to the old.Buy Two Treatises: On the Holy Scriptures; On the Sacraments by John Jewel online at Alibris.

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