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The English concept of Jesus in the seventeenth century

the emergence of sentimentalism

by Sandra Kay Enoch

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • In literature,
  • Sentimentalism in literature,
  • Religious thought

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Sandra Kay Enoch
    The Physical Object
    Paginationv, 175 leaves ;
    Number of Pages175
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25931025M
    OCLC/WorldCa4064315

      For example, William C. Watson’s Dispensationalism Before Darby: Seventeenth-Century and Eighteenth-Century English Apocalypticism (), a book that is loaded with great historical sources, argues this way. I contend that every prophetic system can .   Julian of Norwich ‘A Book of Showings’ – Chapt 59, 60 – Jesus as mother These excerpts show Julian developing her concept of Jesus as mother. This is not her own original invention, as this concept was used by some early Christian Fathers and medieval theologians, including Anselm of Canterbury.

      (21) As a seventeenth-century Particular Baptist drawing on the Reformed tradition of Calvin, Beza, and Zwingli, and coming out of the Church of England, no other viable alternative existed. (22) Knollys's interpretive conclusions are better understood in light of the common eschatological expectation among seventeenth-century English Protestants.   Hunt’s focus is on the concept of ‘domesticity’ in his title: ‘it has to do with a double meaning of domesticity in the seventeenth century of living in families with the support and trials of home life; but domesticity also emphasized, in the new world of the early English Enlightenment, accommodating or domesticating foreign ideas Author: Ryan Netzley, William Baker, Jennifer Airey.

    This article breaks new ground by exploring women's roles in similar forms of linguistic and power negotiation within the context of English convents founded in Author: Caroline Bowden. During the seventeenth century, as now, Christmas was one of the most important dates in the calendar, both as a religious festival and as an important holiday period during which English men and women indulged in a range of traditional pastimes. In fact the concept of 'misrule', or a ritualised reversal of traditional social norms, was an.


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John Edward Christopher Hill was the pre-eminent historian of sixteenth- and seventeenth-century English history, and one of the most distinguished historians of recent times. Fellow historian E.P. Thompson once referred to him as the dean and paragon of English historians/5.

During the 17th-century Revolution, the Bible was used to justify both resistance to and defence of the King, and it called into question all established institutions and practices.

But the Revolution revealed the impossiblity of agreeing on what the Bible said. This book should help a better understanding of England's most controversial by: The translation of the Bible into English in the 16th century was one of the most important events in English history. Hill explores the influence the Bible had years later on social, agrarian, foreign, and colonial policies during the 17th-century revolution.

His enlightening text helps readers gain a better understanding of England's most controversial century. children in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries grew up in an environment suffused with the new print culture and the Bible in English.

“The people of the Book” could come to know it well without reading it.l In consequence almost everybody in the sixteenth century and most in the seventeenth accepted that the Bible was the authorita. were those the English colonies could not produce under terms of the Navigation Acts.

created a financial drain on the English government during the seventeenth century. were colonial products, such as tobacco and sugar, that could only be sold initially in English ports. were specifically exempt from England's mercantilist regulations. The ELZEVIR FAMILY operated active presses in Leyden, The Hague, Utrecht, and Amsterdam from towith their greatest, most characteristic work being done across the heart of the 17th century — roughly –The great WING BIBLIOGRAPHY of books printed in Great Britain and British America, and English-language books printed in other countries, covers the.

For much of Europe the seventeenth century was, as it has been termed, an “Age of Absolutism” in which single rulers held tremendous power.

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In the seventeenth century the General Assembly also put into effect in Virginia the constitutions and canons of the province of Canterbury "as far as they can be put into effect in this country." The General Assembly thereby made the "doctrine, discipline and worship" of the Anglican Church of England that of the Church in Virginia as far as.

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: New Perspectives on the Seventeenth-Century English Religious Lyric (): Roberts, John R.: BooksFormat: Hardcover. Cambridge Core - Renaissance and Early Modern Literature - The Cambridge History of the Book in Britain - edited by John BarnardCited by: BLASPHEMY: CHRISTIAN CONCEPT The word blasphemy derives from a Greek term meaning "speaking evil," but in the Christian religious tradition the word refers to verbal offenses against sacred values or beliefs.

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In Milton and the Parables of Jesus, David V. Urban examines Milton’s self-referential use of figures from the New Testament parables in his works of poetry and prose.

Urban’s informative introduction explores the history of parable interpretation and the writings of sixteenth- and seventeenth-century Reformed biblical commentators, including John Calvin, Matthew Poole, Author: David V. Urban.Seventeenth Century Baptists. Hymns and Spiritual Songs proved to be an Holy Ordinance of Jesus Christ.

At the assembly, the Particular Baptists gave cautious approval to singing or at least to the concept of each congregation deciding its own practices without censure from others.This is a bibliography of works with information or interpretations of the life and teachings of Jesus.

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