4 edition of An introduction to the fifth book of Hooker"s treatise Of the laws of ecclesiastical polity found in the catalog.
|Statement||by the Very Rev. Francis Paget|
|LC Classifications||BV649.H86 P3|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 265,  p.|
|Number of Pages||265|
|LC Control Number||45027862|
RICHARD HOOKER (–) and NATURAL LAW Robert Faulkner, Boston College. Richard Hooker’s one book, Laws of Ecclesiastical Polity (), constitutes the most important theological defense of Anglicanism’s Protestant via media. Hooker would restore to Protestants something of the Aristotelian judiciousness that Thomas Aquinas three centuries earlier sought . 5 F. Paget, An Introduction to the Fifth Book of Hooker's Treatise of the Laws of Ecclesiastical Polity, 2d ed. (Oxford, ). On the importance of Paget for sub-sequent interpretation of Hooker's account of the scriptures see Mary Peterson Johnson, "An 'Anglican Tripod'? Richard Hooker's Exposition of the Roles of.
Paget, F.:An Introduction to the Fifth Book of Hooker’s Treatise of the Laws of Ecclesiastical Polity (). Google Scholar. and its defense culminated in Richard Hooker’s Of the Laws of Ecclesiastical Polity (eight books, –), the first English classic of serious prose. Hooker’s is a monumental work, structured in massive and complex paragraphs brilliantly re-creating the orotund style of Cicero.
Thus he went to Boscombe near Salisbury, where he was able to write and complete the first four books of his projected treatise, The Laws of Ecclesiastical Polity, by or In he was promoted to the rectory of Bishopsbourne near Canterbury, where he completed the fifth, purely theological part of his treatise by Richard Hooker is the first major voice of Anglican theology, and his defense of the Elizabethan Church against the attacks of the Puritans set the prevailing tone of Anglicanism for centuries to follow. Through his eloquent treatise on ecclesiastical law the medieval political thought of Thomas Aquinas became a part of the English political heritage, to be used by such writers as .
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The digit and digit formats both by: 4. An Introduction to the Fifth Book of Hooker's Treatise of the Laws of Ecclesiastical Polity by Rev. Francis Paget, Paperback | Barnes & Noble® Originally published in Contents Include The Character of Hooker's Writings and Work The Puritan Position The Life of Hooker The Preface to thePages: An introduction to the fifth book of Hooker's treatise Of the laws of ecclesiastical polity by Paget, Francis, Pages: Introduction to the fifth book of Hooker's treatise Of the laws of ecclesiastical polity.
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The writings of Richard Hooker are of central interest to those studying English Renaissance thought and literature. In this, the third and latest volume of a much needed critical edition of the Works of Richard Hooker, are the posthumous books of the Laws of Ecclesiastical planned the Laws in eight books, but he died shortly after publication of Book.
The whole of these fragments will be found in the Appendix to the fifth book. Their genuineness is morally demonstrable.
The writer uses the first person in speaking of the books of Ecclesiastical Polity, and refers to the Christian Letter in a way which coincides remarkably with Hooker’s own MS. memoranda. Of the laws of ecclesiastical polity. Book V-VIII.
A supplication made to the council by Master Walter Travers. Master Hooker's answer to the supplication that Master Travers made to the council.
A learned discourse of justification, works, and how the foundation of faith is overthrown. A learned sermon of the nature of pride. So opens Richard Hooker’s Laws of Ecclesiastical Polity, one of the great landmarks of Protestant theological literature, and indeed of English literature generally.
Sadly, however, recent generations of church leaders and scholars have come perilously close to allowing his work to pass away as in a dream. The Laws of Ecclesiastical Polity was the fruit of the public dispute between the Puritans and the Anglican over church polity, the Book of Common of Prayer, and the entailed ceremonies.
The main focus of the first four books is epistemology, hermeneutics, and inconsistencies in the Puritan/Presbyterian critique. While the cover of this recently received book states that it is the "Laws of Ecclesiastical Polity" by Richard Hooker, the text was copied from an Reviews: 6.
Other editions containing works of Richard Hooker. Richard Hooker: Of the Laws of Ecclesiastical Polity, Vol. 1: Preface, Books I to IV. Arthur Stephen McGrade () Richard Hooker: Of the Laws of Ecclesiastical Polity, Vol.
2: Book V. Arthur Stephen McGrade (). Ecclesiastical Polity, The Laws of, by Richard Hooker (–97). A learned and broadly rational treatise on the principles of church government, the special aim of which was to prove, against the Puritanism of the time, that religious doctrines and institutions do not find their sole sanction in Scripture, but may be planned and supported by the use of other sources of light.
THE BODLEIAN MS. OF BOOK V.  The facsimile placed at the beginning of this volume represents one page in a manuscript of the Fifth Book of the Laws of Ecclesiastical Polity which was bought for the Bodleian Library by the Rev.
Coxe in The MS. was bought from the representatives of the late Mr. Morison, into whose possession it had come through. This volume contains Book 5 of The Laws of Ecclesiastical Polity of Hooker, which contains almost exclusively the material referred to in the exposition of Hooker's teaching.
Henceforth this will be referred to according to the chapter and section in. Richard Hooker (25 March, – 3 November ) was an English priest in the Church of England and an influential theologian.
He was one of the most important English theologians of the sixteenth century. His defence of the role of redeemed reason informed the theology of the seventeenth century Caroline Divines and later provided many members of the Church of. an introduction to the fifth book of hooker's treatise of the laws of ecclesiastical polity Paget, Francis Published by Oxford at the Clarendon Press, London, Edinburgh & New York ().
In his introduction to this selection of books from Of the Laws of Ecclesiastical Polity, Professor McGrade demonstrates clearly the continued relevance and importance of the particular politico-religious project Hooker undertook and shows that The Laws offer far more than simply an apologia for the Elizabethan religious settlement.
The preface and first four books of Of the Laws of Ecclesiastical Polity were published infinanced by his former student, Edwin Sandys. Inthe Queen presented Hooker with an estate at.In this third volume of a much-needed critical edition of the Works of Richard Hooker are the posthumous books of the Laws of Ecclesiastical Polity.
Hooker planned the Laws in eight books, but he died shortly after publication of Book Five. Books Six, Seven, and Eight contain his analysis of jurisdiction, episcopacy, and the royal supremacy.
The volume also includes Hooker's .An Introduction to the Fifth Book of Hooker's Treatise of the Laws of the Ecclesiastical Polity Paget F Published by Oxford Clarendon Press ().