2 edition of Aerius redivivus found in the catalog.
1672 in London .
Written in English
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Their innovations in the church: and, their imbroylments of the kingdoms and estates of Christendom in the pursuit of their designes. Aerius redivivus: or, the history of the Presbyterians. Containing the beginnings, progresse, and successes of that active sect. Their oppositions to monarchical and episcopal government.
Their innovations in the church;: and, their imbroilments of the kingdoms and estates of Christendom in the pursuit of their : Full text of "Aerius redivivus: or, the history of the Presbyterians. Containing the beginnings, progresse, and successes of that active sect.
Their oppositions to monarchical and episcopal government. Eusebius Pagit (Pagett) (?) was an English nonconformist clergyman. Life. He was born at In his written defence he admitted his obligation to use the prayer-book authorised by the Uniformity Act of Aerius Redivivus, Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published.
Author of Microcosmus, A help to English history, Cyprianus Anglicus, Ecclesia restaurata, Aerius redivivus, The rebells catechisme, The undeceiving of the people in the point of tithes, The historie of that most famous saint and.
Peter Heylyn Aerius Redivivus: or, the History of the Presbyterians. Containing the beginnings, progresse, and successes of that active sect.
Their oppositions to monarchical and episcopal government. Their innovations in the church;: and, their imbroilments of the Kingdoms and Estates of Christendom in the Pursuit of their Designs. From the year to the year Oxford: Printed for Jo. Peter Heylyn or Heylin (29 November – 8 May ) was an English ecclesiastic and author of many polemical, historical, political and theological tracts.
He incorporated his political concepts into his geographical books Microcosmus in and Cosmographie (). His ' Latin Catechism ' is mentioned by Heylyn, 'Aerius Redivivus,'p. He translated Calvin's harmony of the first three gospels with his commentary on St.
John, ' A Harmonie vpon Matthew, Mark,' &c.,4to. Respondet Petrus, or, The answer of Peter Heylyn. to so much of Dr. Bernard's book entituled, The judgement of the late Primate of Ireland, &c.
as he is made a. History of Britain to Aerius redivivus; or, The history of the Presbyterians. Heylyn, Peter, “The 3rd ed., with the addition of a very Aerius redivivus book table of all the principal matters contained in the whole book.”. The sceptical chymist; or, Chymico-physical doubts & paradoxes, touching the experiments whereby vulgar.
He was required, however, to leave Christ's College, which lay under the suspicion of ‘Novelism’ (i.e. puritan principles), and to join the society of Jesus College (Heylin, Aerius Redivivus, p. Here, according to the historian of the college (Shermanni Hist. Coll. Jesu Cant.
The Online Books Page. Online Books by. Peter Heylyn (Heylyn, Peter, ) A Wikipedia article about this author is available. Heylyn, Peter, Memorial of Bishop Waynflete, Founder of St. Mary Magdalen College, Oxford (London: Pub.
for the Caxton Society by J. Smith, ), ed. by John Rouse Bloxam (multiple formats at Google) Help with reading books-- Report a bad link. Heylyn, Peter, Aerius redivivus; or, The history of the Presbyterians, Oxford (Wing H); Saywell, William, The original of all the plots in Christendom, with the danger and remedy of schism, London (Wing S).
77 There has been some suggestion that Heylyn took over as sub-dean of Westminster inthough the risk of parliamentary reprisal appears to have encouraged him to flee to the king's court in Oxford in Jan.
For the former, see John Walker, An attempt towards recovering an account of the numbers and sufferings of the clergy of the Church of England (), ii, p. 90; Bradley, E. Heylin, the chaplain and hagiographer of Laud, attacked Calvinist rebels in his Stumbling Block (printed in ) and Aerius Redivivus (), both of which Brady cites and the latter of which he owned During andtwo competing biographies brought Heylin to public by: 5.
Abstract. The royalist cleric Peter Heylyn in his Aerius Redivivus of described English presbyterianism, which he also termed puritanism, as part of an international Calvinist faction dedicated to raising rebellions against monarchical and episcopal government.
Heylyn identified various phases in the history of English puritanism, describing the s and s as decades of expansion Cited by: 7. This is an exhaustive investigation of how Laudian clergy in the s and beyond used their particular rendering of the past to define the nature of their ChurAuthor: Andrew Foster.
John Knox: By Peter Heylyn (–) From Aerius Redivivus. THE CASTLE being yielded, and the country quieted, the French returned with their booty, of which their prisoners which they brought along with them made the principal part, not made the tamer by their sufferings in the enemy’s galleys, insomuch that when the image of the Virgin.
English. *Historia quinqu-articularis; or a declaration of the judgement of the Western churches, particularly of the church of England, in the five controverted points reproached by the name of Arminianism *Ecclesia restaurata; or, the history of the reformation of the Church of England *Aerius redivivus; or, the history of the presbyterians from to a ( Search Tips.
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Wildcard Searching If you want to search for multiple variations of a word, you can substitute a special symbol (called a "wildcard") for one or more letters. Life. Heylyn was born in Burford, Oxfordshire, the son of Henry Heylyn and Elizabeth entered Merchant Taylors' School in March At 14 he was sent to Hart Hall, Oxford, and matriculated from Magdalen College, Oxford, on 19 Januaryaged He was awarded BA on 17 October and was elected a Fellow in He lectured on historical geography at Magdalen.
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Peter Heylin ou Heylyn (29 novembre  - 8 mai ) est un ecclésiastique britannique, connu pour ses idées historiques, politiques et théologiques.
Il reprend ses idées politiques dans ses livres géographiques Microcosmus () et Cosmographie () [ 2 ].Décès: 8 mai (à 62 ans).
Vie Prayer Book tradition in the Free Churches (),All works cited were published in London, unless otherwise stated. 2 H. L'Estrange, Tiie alliance of divine offices (), 75 thought the version produced by the 'reformers' dated from the reign of.
Among Heylyn’s writings published posthumously are Cyprianus Anglicus, or The History of the Life and Death of Archbishop Laud (), defending him against Prynne’s elaborate invective, and described by Creighton as “the chief authority for Laud’s personal character and private life”; and Aerius Redivivus, or.
Beyond the Sacred Page: Supplementary Material in th. summary arguments to each book and chapter, and brief notes at the hard to understand parts.
For the first time in English, chapters were divided into verses, making a Aerius Redivivus. The History of the Presbyterians, 2. (London, ) Book Six, p. quoted in. Browse Pages. Bands, Businesses, Restaurants, Brands and Celebrities can create Pages in order to connect with their fans and customers on Facebook.
The Ecclesia Restaurata, Cyprianus Anglicus and Aerius Redivivus (published after his death) employed material from writers like Thomas Fuller and the Catholic Nicholas Sander, but pulled together the now typical, and fully developed, Heylyn story of the English Reformation that firmly praised Elizabeth over Edward VI and dared to disagree with.
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The corporation decided that ‘he shall be met at Micklegate Cited by: 1. The Ecclesia Restaurata, Cyprianus Anglicus and Aerius Redivivus (published after his death) employed material from writers like Thomas Fuller and the Catholic Nicholas Sander, but pulled together the now typical, and fully developed, Heylyn story of the English Reformation.
The royalist cleric Peter Heylyn in his Aerius Redivivus of described English presbyterianism, which he also termed puritanism, as part of an international Calvinist faction dedicated to. The royalist cleric Peter Heylyn in his Aerius Redivivus of described English presbyterianism, which he also termed puritanism, as part of an international Calvinist faction dedicated to Author: R.
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n1), there are good reasons to believe that “Sect. IX” is correct (see. Bid Live at Capes Dunn's Books, Maps & Prints auction. Aerius redivivus; or, the history of the presbyterians from to a () Antidotum Lincolniense; or an answer to a book entituled, The Holy Table, name and thing A brief and moderate answer to the seditious and scandalous Challenge of H.
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