Church Defended: the reformation of the laws and orders ecclesiastical in the Church of England: Volume 3

by Richard Hooker


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Richard Hooker
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Born: 1553, Heavitree, Exeter, Devon, England
Died: December 3, 1600, Bishopsbourne, Kent, England
Related topics: Church of England, Church polity, Donne, John,--1572-1631, Early works, Ecclesiastical law
Basic information: Richard Hooker (March 1554 – 3 November 1600) was an Anglican priest and an influential theologian. Hooker's emphases on reason, tolerance and the value of tradition came to exert a lasting influence on the development of the Church of England. In retrospect he has been taken as a founder of Anglicanism in its theological thought.
Popular works: Learned Discourse on Justification, Church Defended: the reformation of the laws and orders ecclesiastical in the Church of England: Volume 1, Church Defended: the reformation of the laws and orders ecclesiastical in the Church of England: Volume 2, Church Defended: the reformation of the laws and orders ecclesiastical in the Church of England: Volume 3

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