Lancelot Andrewes the preacher (1555-1626) : the origins of the mystical theology of the Church of England

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Lancelot Andrewes the preacher (1555-1626) : the origins of the mystical theology of the Church of England

by Nicholas [sic] Lossky ; foreword by Michael Ramsey ; afterword by A.M. Allchin ; translated from the French by Andrew Louth

Clarendon Press, 1991 , Oxford University Press, 1991

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Lancelot Andrewes le prédicateur (1555-1626)

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Lancelot Andrewes le prédicateur (1555-1626)

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Translation of: Lancelot Andrewes le prédicateur (1555-1626)

Bibliography: p. [359]-371

Includes index

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内容説明

Lancelot Andrewes - "England's Bossuet" - was James I's favourite court preacher. His sermons for the great festivals of the Christian year constitute a notable exposition of "Classical Anglicanism", the Anglicanism of those - like Richard Hooker and the Caroline Divines - who defended the Elizabethan Settlement as the restoration of the true nature of the Christian Church, Catholic and Reformed. This is a study of Andrewes' theology, and illustrates his insights with long quotations from the sermons. As the work of a Russian Orthodox lay-theologian, it is of ecumenical significance and shows how Andrewes stands close to the theology of the Greek Fathers whom he had studied deeply. It is also significant in revealing one of the less-noted influences on T.S.Eliot who ranked Andrewes' sermons "with the finest English prose of their time, of any time".

目次

  • Biographical sketch
  • the Great Sermons of Lancelot Andrewes
  • Christmas
  • Lent
  • Easter
  • Whitsun
  • the "political" festivals.

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