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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On the life of John Frith, see Daniell,“Frith,” ODNB 21:42–43. The most recent
monograph by B. Raynor adapts material from the unpublished manuscript of the
late Frank Clark who was working on a second expanded account of Frith before
he died in 1994. See Raynor, John Frith, Scholar and Martyr, 17. See also Clark,
John Frith: Kentish Martyr. The most authoritative treatment is still Wright, Work of
John Frith, 1–80. Other accounts include: Marcus Loane,Pioneers, 1–46; Clebsch
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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.

The New Testament Of Our Lord And Saviour Jesus Christ Published In 1526

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Being the First Translation from the Greek Into English, by that Eminent Scholar
and Martyr, William Tyndale. Reprinted Verbatim, with a Memoir of His Life and
Writings by George Offor. Together with the Proceedings and Correspondence of
Henry VIII, Sir T. More, and Lord Cromwell. CHAPTER VIII “In the rare roll of
martyrs we do find Famous John Frith, an Englishman by nature; Who, from his
youth, adorn'd his education With promptitude of wit, and other parts, Whereby he
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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 ...

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

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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 ...

Shakespeare S Tribe

Author: Jeffrey Knapp
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While expressions of religious purpose were far more prevalent in Renaissance
drama than scholars have previously supposed, it generally takes some strain to
uncover ... Addressing one of the first English Protestant martyrs, John Frith,
shortly before Frith 's death, the Erasmian William Tyndale counseled his friend
never to stand his ground on religious issues, whenever possible: even "if you be
sure that your part be good, and another hold the contrary," Tyndale maintained, "
yet if it ...

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 ...