2 edition of Short Treatise against the Donatists of England, whome we call Brownists found in the catalog.
Short Treatise against the Donatists of England, whome we call Brownists
Gifford, George Minister at Maldon.
1590 by Printed (by J. Windet) for Toby Cooke, dwelling at the Tygers head in Paules churchyard in London .
Written in English
|Contributions||Windet, J., printer., Cooke, Toby, publisher.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 110p. : 4to|
|Number of Pages||110|
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A short treatise against the Donatists of England, whome we call Brownists: Wherein, by the answeres vnto certayne writings of theyrs, diuers of their heresies are noted, with sundry fantasticall opinions.
By George Giffard, Minister of Gods holy Word in Short Treatise against the Donatists of England. Gifford, George, -- -- Short treatise against the Donatists of England, whome we call Brownists.
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A short treatise against the Donatists of England, whome we call Brownists Wherein, by the answeres vnto certayne writings of theyrs, diuers of their heresies are noted, with sundry fantasticall opinions. By George Giffard, Minister of Gods holy Word in.
Abstract , 8; , by Francis Johnson.A reply to "A short treatise against the Donatists of England, whome we call Brownists" and "A plaine declaration that our Brownists be full Donatists, by comparing them together from point to point out of the writings of Augustine" by George of publication conjectured by first preface is dated An.
Also, for the separatists, see Gifford's Short Treatise against the Donatists of England whome we call Brownists (London: Cooke, ), quoted at and ; and his criticisms of their "anabaptisticall freedom," in A Short Reply unto the last printed books of Henry Barrow and John Greenwood (London: Tobie Cooke, ), A short treatise against the Donatists of England, whome we call Brownists Wherein, by the answeres vnto certayne writings of theyrs, diuers of their heresies are noted, with sundry fantasticall opinions.
By George Giffard, Minister of Gods holy Word in Maldon. A short treatise against the Donatists of England, whome we call Brownists by George Gifford 1 edition - first published in Not in Library.
'A much needed corrective to earlier interpretations of the English Reformation and a major contribution of early modern intellectual history. If radicalism sits at the heart of religious reform, then this forces scholars to reassess the nature of religious debate and Cited by: 3.
‘Discussion of England’s religious moderation has over the centuries been attended by much woolly thinking and some downright intellectual and historical dishonesty. There can be few people better able than Ethan Shagan to take a scalpel to this body of material, given the sophistication and detachment of his historical analysis and his Cited by: Optatus is quoting from Parmenian's treatise.
4 In reading the history of the Donatists we are reminded again and again of English Puritans and Scotch Covenanters. Sir Walter Scott, in some of the Waverley Novels, puts upon the lips of the soldiers of Cromwell and the disciples of Calvin and John Knox almost the identical words that St.
A Letter of Augustin to Boniface, who, as we learn from Epistlewas Tribune, and afterwards Count in Africa. In it Augustin shows that the heresy of the Donatists has nothing in common with that of Arius; and points out the moderation with which it was possible to recall the heretics to the communion of the Church through awe of the imperial : $ A short treatise against the Donatists of England, whome we call Brownists.
Wherein, by the answeres vnto certayne writings of theyrs, diuers of their heresies are noted, with sundry fantasticall opinions. By George Giffard, Minister of Gods holy Wor Gifford, George. A plaine refutation of M. Giffardes reprochful booke, intituled a short treatise against the Donatists of England Wherein is discouered the forgery of the whole ministrie, the confusion, false worship, and antichristian disorder of these parish assemblies, called the Church of England.
A short treatise against the Donatists of England, whome we call Brownists and A plaine declaration that our Brownists be full Donatists, by comparing them togeather from point to point out of the writings of Augustine  Greenwood, John, d An aunsvver to George Giffords pretended defence of read prayers and devised leitourgies with the vngodly cauils and vvicked sclanders comprised in the first part of his book entituled, A short treatise against the Donatists of England.
By Iohn Greenwood Christs poore afflicted prisoner in the Fleete at London, for the trueth of the gospel. A HISTORY OF THE DONATISTS By David Benedict Pawtucket, RI: Nickerson, CONTENTS Chapter 1: Historical Sketches of North Africa, the Principal Country of the Donatists Chapter 2: Optatus Against the Donatists--The Origin of This Work Chapter 3: Persecutions of the Donatists Chapter 4: Extracts from the Writings of the DonatistsFile Size: KB.
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Also a replie to Master Greenwood touching read prayer, wherein his grosse ignorance is detected, which labouring to purge himselfe from former absurdities, doth plunge himselfe deeper into the mire.
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