John Foxe, Evangelicalism and the Oxford Movement: Dialogue Across the Centuries (Studies in Religion & Society v. 54)
By: D.Andrew Penny (author)Hardback
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Samuel Roffey Maitland waged a vituperative crusade in the 19th century against John Foxe, the editors of the "Acts and Monuments", and the work itself. Through a careful examination of Maitland's writings, this book attempts to show whether Maitland was justified in his assessment of Foxe's place in the English Reformation, Foxe's role in determining the eventual nature of the Church of England, and whether Maitland was indispensable to the undermining of Foxe, his circle, and his works.
John Foxe's historical reception; Foxe's personal integrity and the problem of the sectaries; John Foxe, the Acts and Monuments and the development of historical interpretation; the friends of Foxe in the early Victorian years.
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