Books on Archbishop Thomas Cranmer
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Thomas Cranmer: A Life|
by Diarmaid MacCulloch
Yale University Press, 1998
"This prize-winning biography provides the definitive account of Thomas Cranmer, archbishop of Canterbury, architect of the Anglican Book of Common Prayer, King Henry VIII`s guide through three divorces, and ultimately a martyr for his Protestant faith. English Reformation scholar Diarmaid MacCulloch draws on new manuscript sources in Britain and elsewhere to create this vivid new study." The Publisher.
| ||Thomas Cranmer: Churchman and Scholar|
by Paul Ayris and David Selwyn (Editors)
Boydell Press, 1999
"collection of essays — Cranmer's career is set within the context of European politics and religion and his contributions to English liturgy and theology. The scope of the various essays is wide, encompassing his intellectual relations with Erasmus and Luther, his period of ambassadorial service on the Continent, his remarkable command of the English language at one of the most important periods in its development as a vehicle for intellectual and religious debate, and his extensive redrafting of a new code of law in place of the old ecclesiastical canon law." —Notes & Queries
| ||Thomas Cranmer's Doctrine of Repentance|
by Ashley Null
Oxford University Press, 2007
"Both accurate and engaging.... treats the themes of justification, election, and anthropology as serious, theological matters still worthy of discussion and debate today.... An excellent scholarly description and analysis of Cranmer's commonplace books, among other manuscript sources." —The Publisher