Lancelot Andrewes 1555-1626 : Teacher and Preacher in the Post Reformation English Church
Lancelot Andrewes: Teacher and Preacher in the Post Reformation English Church, contains catechetical lectures and sermons by Lancelot Andrewes from Lambeth Palace Library Ms. 3707. As well as transcribing, editor Marianne Dorman has endeavoured to link the contents with his other lectures and sermons. The lectures reveal a great similarity with The Morall Law Expounded, published in 1642, while the sermons have common material with some of the Christmas, Good Friday, and Easter sermons preached at the Jacobean Court. Lancelot Andrewes' life spanned four monarchies from Mary I to Charles I. His teaching career began in Cambridge when he was appointed catechist at his college, Pembroke. During the reign of James I, he was the principle preacher for the main Christian feasts and fasts at Court.
- Paperback | 420 pages
- 147.3 x 228.6 x 27.9mm | 612.36g
- 30 Nov 2006
- Illustrations, black and white