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Theology of the English Reformers, Revised and Expanded Edition

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Paperback, 320 pages
Published June 1st 2009 by Wipf & Stock Publishers (first published January 1st 1960)
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D.N.
Mar 23, 2012 D.N. rated it it was amazing
Wonderful popularly-written treatment of the theological perspective of the English Reformers by an Australian Anglican scholar, showing that the origins of the Church of England were thoroughly Reformed and Catholic in nature. Hughes explores the writings of both the original Reformers (Barnes, Bilney, Cranmer, Ridley, and Hooper) as well as the later theologians under the Elizabethan Settlement (Parker, Grindal, and Whitgift), quoting from them all liberally and tracing the contours of their t ...more
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A fascinating sketch.
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I gleaned thoroughly from this work. The Australian scholar lets the early English Reformers speak for themselves. Hughes shows that the English Reformers were both Reformed and Catholic in their thought and practice. I highly recommend this incredible book to every English speaking Protestant who wants a strong understanding of the English Reformers theological makeup.
Steven Wedgeworth
An excellent survey of the English Reformers. Hughes definitely represents Reformed Anglicanism.
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A good text to see the English side of the reformation, a lot of stuff here.
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Philip Edgcumbe Hughes (Australia, 1915 – Rydal, PA, USA, 1990) was an Anglican clergyman and New Testament scholar whose life spanned four continents: Australia, where he was born; South Africa; England, where he was ordained; and the USA, where he died in 1990, aged 75.

Dr. Hughes was born in Australia and received his B.A., M.A., and D.L.H. from the University of Cape Town, B.D. from the Univers
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