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Medieval & Renaissance Texts & Studies, Tempe, Arizona: Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, 1998. Pp. xv + 272, errata and addenda. As such, it signals the completion of an interdisciplinary and scholarly collaboration that has spanned over two decades.

Bibliographic Details Publisher: Harvard

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The most important works of Hooker were the eight books Of the Lawes of Ecclesiastical Politie, where the theologian .

The most important works of Hooker were the eight books Of the Lawes of Ecclesiastical Politie, where the theologian defended the still young Anglican via media of the pressures of the Presbyterian Puritans and the counter-reformed Catholics. The Lawes reflect the theological disputes that Hooker had while at the Temple with Travers on soteriology and ecclesiology.

The first four books of Ecclesiastical Polity appeared in 1593, Book V in 1597. Hooker died in 1600 at the age of forty-six and the remaining three books were completed, though not revised, before his death

The first four books of Ecclesiastical Polity appeared in 1593, Book V in 1597. Hooker died in 1600 at the age of forty-six and the remaining three books were completed, though not revised, before his death. The manuscripts fell into careless or unscrupulous hands and were not published until long afterwards (1648 to 1662), and then only in mutilated form.

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Although Richard Hooker (1554-1600) is now known principally as the author of the Laws of Ecclesiastical Polity in his lifetime the Tractates and Sermons brought him greater notoriety

Although Richard Hooker (1554-1600) is now known principally as the author of the Laws of Ecclesiastical Polity in his lifetime the Tractates and Sermons brought him greater notoriety. Hooker's views on justification, the perseverance of faith, and the relationship of the Church of Rome to the reformed Church of England were widely reported, and texts of the tracts were extensively circulated in manuscript.

A fine copy, unread. xv/272 pp. 8vo, cloth. A fine copy, "as new". No dust wrapper, as issued. MEDIEVAL & RENAISSANCE TEXTS & STUDIES, Volume 170. The index to the 5 volume edition of Richard Hooker's Works issued by Harvard University Press.