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Hugh Latimer

Author : Robert Demaus
ISBN : UOM:39015006951928
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God S Ploughman

Author : Michael Pasquarello III
ISBN : 9781498200806
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God's Ploughman, Hugh Latimer: a 'Preaching Life' (1485-1555) provides a unique study of the life and ministry of one of early modern England's most significant preachers. Rather than offering a biography or analysis of sermons, the author creates a new genre, the 'preaching life'. The result is an integrative study that situates Latimer's life and ministry within the rapidly changing religious, cultural, and political environment of Tudor England. The result is a homiletic interpretation of Latimer's life that provides an in-depth perspective on one of early modern England's most important religious figures who is remembered as one of the 'Oxford Martyrs'
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Hugh Latimer

Author : Harold S. Darby
ISBN : 9781532643460
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The pendulum has swung far since the days of our grandfathers when the three martyrs at Oxford were looked upon as symbols of a great deliverance wrought once for all. But if the life of Latimer is symbolic of anything, it stands with Wyclif’s and Wesley’s to demonstrate the power of preaching based on the Bible which touches the hearts and minds of the people. Of all the men concerned, for selfish or unselfish reasons, with the English Reformation, none was more popular in his own time than Latimer, and none has a greater place in the affections of posterity. His forthright speech still rings from the printed page with the accent of the English countryside, so that a modern reader can feel something of the power which once dominated the court of Edward the Sixth and the vast crowds who gathered to hear him in church or in the open air at St Paul’s ‘in the shrouds’. Others did as much, perhaps more, to establish the religion which has become typical of English Christianity. —From Chapter One: Birth and Education
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Selected Sermons Of Hugh Latimer

Author : Hugh Latimer
ISBN : 0918016436
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A selection from the sermons of the most popular preacher of the English Reformation. The only edition of the sermons now in print, this volume contains a chronological table of Latimer's life and an introduction outlining his reformist ideas and the steps which led to his martyrdom.

Hugh Latimer

Author : Richard M. Hannula
ISBN : 0852349300
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Hugh Latimer was a warm-hearted lover of the poor of soul and poor of body. His straightforward, honest, and biblical preaching brought the gospel of Jesus Christ to thousands upon thousands of his countrymen. Through thirty years of ministry, his voice was the clearest and most influential in England for the great truths of the Reformation and set the standards for generations of English-speaking preachers to follow. His faith in Christ while facing death at the stake continues to inspire Christians nearly five centuries later.
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Author : Clara H. Stuart
ISBN : 091603576X
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A colorful biography of Hugh Latimer, the most courageous preacher of the English Reformation.
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The Reformation And The Irrepressible Word Of God

Author : Scott M. Manetsch
ISBN : 9780830872855
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The Protestant Reformers were transformed by their encounters with Scripture. Bringing together the reflections of church historians and theologians delivered at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, these essays consider historical, hermeneutical, theological, and practical issues regarding the Bible, revealing that the irrepressible Word of God continues to transform hearts and minds.
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