|Statement||by Thomas Lathbury.|
|LC Classifications||BX5087 .L3 1845|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 530 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||530|
A History of the Nonjurors: Their Controversies and Writings: With Remarks On Some of the Rubrics in the Book of Common Prayer [Thomas Lathbury] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This is a reproduction of a book published before This book may have occasional imperfections such as missing or blurred pages. f the principles on which the Nonjurors separated from the National Church, as well as of their internal divisions, an account has been given in the previous chapters: but some further particulars, relative to the Offices used by the two sections, after the second separation in , or , are necessary to complete the history of the body. From a preceding page, it . In July it was proposed among the Nonjurors to use the [/] Liturgy of Meetings and discussions followed. The majority were against change. Collier with the most learned liturgiologists, Brett, and the Scots bishop Campbell, urged the addition to the book of what were termed 'the Usages.'. a history of the nonjurors: their controversies and writings; with remarks on some of the rubrics in the book of common prayer. by. thomas lathbury, m.a. author of "a history of the convocation", "a history of the english episcopacy from
Search the history of over billion web pages on the Internet. Full text of "A history of the Nonjurors: their controversies and writings ; with remarks on some of the rubrics in the Book of common prayer". A history of the Nonjurors: their controversies and writings: with remarks on some of the rubrics in the Book of common prayer by Lathbury, Thomas, chapter xi. offices of nonjurors.- communion office.- deacon's lection.- its departures from the book of common prayer.- differences between the separatists and the regular body.- reflections.- neglect of certain rubrics traced to the latitudinarian spirit at the revolution, and to . A history of the Nonjurors: their controversies and writings: with remarks on some of the rubrics in the Book of common prayer.
The Nonjurors. likes. The Nonjurors were a group of British churchmen and women, who due to scruples were unable to swear allegiance to William Followers: Publishing History This is a chart to show the publishing history of editions of works about this subject. Along the X axis is time, and on the y axis is the count of editions published. Click here to skip the chart. Reset chart or continue zooming in. This graph charts editions published on . The Later Non -Jurors, by Henry Broxap (Cambridge, ).  to God the Father to send the Holy’ Spirit upon them. The Bread and Cup are thereby made the Spiritual, Life-giving Body and Blood of Christ, in Power and Virtue. It may be claimed that this standpoint represents the view of the entire body of Non-Jurors. A History of the Nonjurors: Their Controversies and Writings; With Remarks on Some of the Rubrics in the Book (Classic Reprint) (Englisch) Taschenbuch – Juli Juli von Thomas Lathbury (Autor).