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The Life in Christ by Nicholas Cabasilas is a remarkable product of Byzantium's last great flowering of theology. At a time when secular humanism was increasingly asserting man's complete autonomy. I think of the iconic "old books" intro provided by CS Lewis in the St. Athanasius work On The Incarnation. Thus I have found as a tutor in English Literature that if the average student wants to find out something about Platonism, the very last thing he thinks of doing is to take a translation of Plato off the library shelf and read the Symposium.
Nicholas Sanders, English Roman Catholic scholar, controversialist, and historian of the English Reformation. He was educated at Winchester and New College, Oxford, at which university he became a lecturer in canon law. Be on the lookout for your Britannica newsletter to get trusted stories delivered right to your inbox.
Relatively little attention has been paid to the extent to which Catholic texts, either in their original form or modified for a Protestant readership, formed a part of the mainstream culture of the reformed Church. This paper attempts to demonstrate the significance of Catholic literature in the Protestant context by showing the range of Protestant adaptations, the extent of Protestant readership and the influences.
SANDERS or SANDER, NICHOLAS (1530?–1581), controversialist and historian, was one of the twelve children . 3. ‘A Treatise of Images of Christ and his Saints,’ Louvain, 1567, 8vo. 4. ‘The Rocke of the Churche wherein the Primacy of Peter,’ &c.
SANDERS or SANDER, NICHOLAS (1530?–1581), controversialist and historian, was one of the twelve children of William Sanders of Aston, one time high sheriff of Surrey, by Elizabeth Mynes, his wife. His ancestors had been settled in the county of Surrey from the time of King John, first at Sanderstead, and, in the reign of Edward II, at Sander Place, or Charlwood Place, in the parish of Charlwood, where Nicholas was born about 1530. Louvain, 1567, 8vo. 5. ‘A briefe Treatise of Usurie,’ Louvain, 1568, 8vo.
According to some literary and religious studies scholars, modern Theosophy had a certain influence on contemporary literature, particularly in forms of genre fiction such as fantasy and science fiction.
The English roman catholic, or recusant, community of the late sixteenth and early seventeenth centuries has proved to be of considerable interest to historians in recent years for political, economic, and social reasons. But the community was intellectually important, too, having produced theological and devotional works which had a considerable impact upon the reading public, protestant as well as roman catholic, in England and on the continent.
The Imitation of Christ consists of four treatises, which are called books: the Book .
The Imitation of Christ consists of four treatises, which are called books: the Book One - Two- Three - Four. There are approximatly 700 extant manuscript copies of the work, created in the fifteenth century. It includes the Book One of The Imitation of Christ, a treatise on the monastic life and the Book Two of The Imitation. Unlike the previous manuscript, the two books fromImitation of Christ are presented in the Carthusian Codex as two individual works and are separated from one another by an anonymous treatise. In a prayer book created in the late fifteenth century in Cologne, extracts from the text of The Imitation of Christ are arranged so that they form a little didactic introduction.
Source for information on Recusant Literature: New .
Source for information on Recusant Literature: New Catholic Encyclopedia dictionary. live a good Christian life, among them numerous translations of the imitation of christ, and the writings of Spanish mystics, such as louis of granada, Diego de Estella, and Gaspar Loarte. Such works were to have a marked influence on English literature, especially because the Protestants, having little similar literature, were heavily dependent on them.
Recusant literature, therefore, represents the body of literature designed to maintain the faith (through both materials for .
Recusant literature, therefore, represents the body of literature designed to maintain the faith (through both materials for hidden priests and or personal devotion) of the Catholic communities in England to actively work to subvert the message of the Protestant Church).
Author: Nicholas Sander
Publisher: Scolar Press (February 1976)
Pages: 496 pages
ePUB size: 1399 kb
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