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Writings of John Jewel, Bishop of Salisbury, died 1571.

by John Jewel

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Published by Presbyterian Board of Publication in Philadelphia .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Church of England -- Collected works -- 16th century.,
  • Theology -- Collected works -- 16th century.

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    Other titlesPresbyterian Board of Publication collection
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 488 p. ;
    Number of Pages488
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18085396M

    A jewel in Christ’s crown. One of the largest jewels in Christ’s crown during the British Reformation actually bore the name of Jewel himself. This was John Jewel who was born in Buden, Devonshire and died on Septem in Monkton Farleigh in the diocese of Salisbury over which he had been the Bishop since January John Jewel, - Bishop of Salisbury.

      Among Jewel’s writings, this Apology or Defence of the Church of England was the most important; but he worked incessantly, and shortened his life by limiting himself to four hours of sleep, taken between midnight and four in the morning. Bishop Jewel died on the 21st of September, , before he had reached the age of fifty. H. : Zhingoora Books.   The Right Reverend John Jewel, Bishop of Salisbury, English Reformer, Jewel was one of the Reformers of England and one of the exiles to Frankfort, Strasburg, Zurich, and Geneva; these were men who monopolized the learning and talents of the clergy of England in the Elizabethan period.

    John of Salisbury >The English bishop and humanist John of Salisbury (c. ) is >generally considered to have been the most cultured man of his day. He >associated with great scholars, rulers, and churchmen, and his writings >testify to the wide scope of his interests. And it was also farther ordered, That the Book of Articles so approved, should be put into Print, by the appointment of the Right Reverend Doctor John Jewel then Bishop of Sarum; which shows he was there, and in great esteem. April 5.


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Writings of John Jewel, Bishop of Salisbury, died Item Preview remove-circle Share or Embed This Item. Writings of John Jewel, Bishop of Salisbury, died by Jewel, John, Publication date Topics Church of England, Theology -- Collected works 16th centuryPages: OCLC Number: Notes: Spine title: British reformers.

Description: viii, pages: portrait ; 20 cm: Contents: Life of John Jewell, bishop of Salisbury --A Treatise of the Holy Scriptures, gathered out of certain Sermons which bishop Jewell preached at Salisbury, A.D.

--An Exposition upon the two Epistles of the Apostle St. Paul to the Thessalonians --Jewell's Apology, A.D. John Jewel, (bornBuden, Devon, England—died SeptemMonkton Farleigh, Wiltshire), Anglican bishop of Salisbury and controversialist who defended Queen Elizabeth I’s religious policies opposing Roman works Jewel produced during the s defined and clarified points of difference between the churches of England and Rome, thus strengthening the.

Writings of John Jewel, Bishop of Salisbury, Died by John Jewel avg rating — 0 ratings — published — 4 editions. Writings of John Jewell, Bishop of Salisbury Item Preview remove-circle Writings of John Jewell, Bishop of Salisbury by Jewel, John, Publication date Topics Church of England, Theology -- Collected works 16th century Publisher London: The Religious Tract SocietyPages: Among Jewel's writings, this Apology or Defence of the Church of England was the most important; but he worked incessantly, and shortened his life by limiting himself to four hours of sleep, taken between midnight and four in the morning.

Bishop Jewel died on the 21st of September,before he had reached the age of fifty. John Jewel, (bornBuden, Devon, England—died SeptemMonkton Farleigh, Wiltshire) Anglican bishop of Salisbury and controversialist who defended Queen Elizabeth I’s religious policies opposing Roman Catholicism.

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Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" $ $ Author: John Jewel. On this day in – Bishop John Jewel died Septem thetudorchronicles Leave a comment John Jewel was born in Buden, Devon and was educated originally by his uncle John Bellamy, rector of Hampton along with other private tutors until he matriculated at Merton College, Oxford in July where he was taught by John Pankhurst.

The Bishop of Salisbury is the ordinary of the Church of England's Diocese of Salisbury in the Province of diocese covers much of the counties of Wiltshire and see is in the City of Salisbury where the bishop's seat is located at the Cathedral Church of the Blessed Virgin current bishop is Nick Holtam, the 78th Bishop of Salisbury, who was consecrated at St Ecclesiastical province: Canterbury.

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19 Feb Paperback. US$ Add to basket. The Apology of the Church of England. Writings of John Jewel, Bishop of Salisbury, Died John Jewel. 05 Dec Hardback. John Jewel (), whose surname is sometimes spelled Jewell, was a friend of Cranmer and Ridley, was exiled in the reign of Queen Mary, and later became Bishop of Salisbury.

But he is best known as the first Anglican apologist and, in the words of Richard Hooker, as the “worthiest divine Christendom hath bred for the space of some. On this day in Tudor history, 23rd Septemberafter being taken ill while preaching a sermon in Lacock, Wiltshire, forty-nine-year-old John Jewel, Bishop of Salisbury, died at Monkton Farleigh Manor.

He was laid to rest in Salisbury Cathedral. ABOUT: John Jewel ( ad), Protestant Apologist and Bishop in the Church of England. Jewel was born in Devonshire inon the 24th of May, at the village of Buden, near Ilfracombe. He studied at Oxford, where he became tutor and preacher, graduated as B.D.

inand was presented to the rectory of Sunningwell. The Right Reverend John Jewel, Bishop of Salisbury, English Reformer, Jewel was one of the Reformers of England and one of the exiles to Frankfort, Strasburg, Zurich, and Geneva; these were men who monopolized the learning and talents of the clergy of England in the Elizabethan : Reformation.

John Jewel was the Anglican bishop of Salisbury; born onhe died on Septem His most famous work is The Apology of the Church of England which was originally written in Latin with the title Apologia pro ecclesia Anglicana, as this introduction to the work, posted at Project Canterbury, reminds us: The great interest of Jewel's "Apology" lies in the fact that it.

John Jewel () John Jewel, a learned English churchman of the sixteenth century, was a fervent advocate of the Reformation, and fled England during Mary's reign to escape persecution. He returned in and was made Bishop of Salisbury the following year.John Jewel (sometimes spelled Jewell) ( - Septem ), was an English bishop of Salisbury.

Life. He was the son of John Jewel of Buden, Devon, was educated under his uncle John Bellamy, rector of Hampton, and other private tutors until his matriculation at Merton College, Oxford, in July There he was taught by John Parkhurst, afterwards bishop of Norwich; but on.BY JOHN JEWEL, _Bishop of Salisbury_.

CASSELL & COMPANY, LIMITED: _LONDON_, _PARIS_, _NEW YORK & MELBOURNE_. INTRODUCTION. 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 Reviews: 1.