John Frith Scholar And Martyr

Author: Brian Raynor
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He had a clear logical mathematical mind, was highly respected and influenced many. Yet, in 1553, at the age of 30, he was burnt at the stake for writing books supporting doctrines of Reformation. This work discusses his life.

Luther In English

Author: Michael S. Whiting
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Law and Gospel in the Theology of John Frith The importance of John Frith to the
history of the early English Reformation in the 1520s has often been
overshadowed by more high profile figures like William Tyndale, Robert Barnes,
Hugh Latimer, and Thomas Bilney. There is actually very little secondary
scholarship on either the life or theology of Frith in comparison to Tyndale or
Barnes.1 This is interesting to note in the light of Foxe's own high praise of Frith in
his Acts and ...

The Life And Writings Of John Frith 1503 1533

Author: David C. Hard
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London: The Bibliographical Society, 1926. Raynor, Brian. John Frith: Scholar
and Martyr. Sevenoaks: Hawthorns Publications, 2000. Reardon, Bernard M.
Religious Thought in the Reformation. New York: Longman, 1981. Rex, Richard.
"How to Steal a Martyr." Queens' College Record. 2000. At http://www.queens.
cam.ac.uk/Queens/Record/2000/History/Martyr.html Rubin, Miri. Corpus Christi:
The Eucharist in Late Medieval Culture. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press,
1991.

Patrick Hamilton The First Preacher And Martyr Of The Scottish Reformation

Author: Peter Lorimer
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The two young reformers were men of kindred spirit and pursuits, both of them
sufferers and exiles for the truth, both distinguished scholars and lovers of the
new learning, and both devoted to the noble but perilous mission of enlightening
the darkness of their native kingdoms. Fox's beautiful description of John Frith
would be equally appropriate to the Scottish reformer: ' So learned and excellent
a young man, who had so profited in all kind of learning and knowledge that
there was ...

Dayspring

Author: Emma Marshall
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There is nothing more beautiful in the life of this man, who is as the central figure
in the picture of those times which I have tried to draw, than the lovely harmony
here presented between the teaching and the practice of the scholar and martyr.
... John Frith, the gentle scholar, firm in the faith, whose name appeared on the
roll of those whom Wolsey had summoned to his new College of Christ Church at
Oxford, for the building up of the learning of the new foundation, was Tyndale's ...

Precursors Of Knox Or Memoires Of Patrick Hamilton Alexandre Alane Or Alesius And Sir David Lindsay Collected From Original Sources

Author: Peter Lorimer
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The two young reformers were men of kindred spirit and pursuits, both of them
sufferers and exiles for the truth, both distinguished scholars and lovers of the
new learning, and both devoted to the noble but perilous mission of enlightening
the ... f It was very singular — it could not be an accident, but a providence — that
three natives of Britain, all destined to be martyrs to the truth of God, William
Tyndale, John Frith, and Patrick Hamil- * For these interesting notices of Tyndale
and Frith's ...

The Psychology Of Protestant Martyrdom In England 1531 1558

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NAME 1531 L Thomas Bilney CHART A MARTYRS KILLED 1531-46 KILLED
BORN/LIVED Norwich 2. Richard Bayfield anithfield (alias Somersham) 3. John
Tewkesbury " Born Norfolk Raised Cambridge Bury ( Lane. ) London 1538 15,
John ... John Frith Smithfield Westerham (Kent) Teacher- Scholar It. Andrew
Hewet □ Feversham Apprentice to (Kent) Tailor 12, Thomas Benet Exeter (
Devonshire) Bn. Cambridge Went Devonshire Priest - M.A. Cambridge 1536 13.
William Tyndale ...

Martyrologia Or Records Of Religious Persecution A New And Comprehensive Book Of Martyrs Compiled Partly From The Acts And Monuments Of J Foxe And Partly From Other Genuine And Authentic Documents By J S Stamp And W H Rule

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John Sundins Stamp, John Foxe, William Harris Rule. TYNDALE S TESTAMENT.
\49 John Frith, one of the Cambridge men whom Wolsey hud placed at Oxford,
and by William Roy, a Friar, whose services were chiefly those of an amanuensis.
At Cologne a small edition was first printed, (a.d. 1525,) and a corrected and
more numerous impression was in the press, (a.d. 1526,) when Cochloeus, one
of Luther's bitterest opponents, discovered every particular of the printing and
intended ...

Societas

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John Frith, an Oxford scholar martyred in 1553 for his Lutheran opinions, held to
the view that on holy days after hearing God's word and receiving the sacrament,
men should return to their homes "and do their business as well as any other day.
He that thinketh a man sinneth which worketh on the holy day, if he be weak or
ignorant, ought to be better instructed and so to leave his hold."28 In 1537, The
Institution of a Christian Man, a conservative and semiofficial publication known
also ...

Lives Of Eminent And Illustrations Englishmen From Alfred The Great To The Latest Times

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Returning to England in 1530, he was apprehended as a common vagabond,
and confined in the stocks at Reading, in Berks, where he was in danger of
perishing with hunger but for the interposition of the schoolmaster of the place,
who, perceiving that Frith was a scholar, and well acquainted with the classics,
interested himself in his behalf, and effected his release. After this, he went to
London, where he was in continual danger of apprehension by the commands of
Sir Thomas ...