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2 October 2015 A.D. ENGLISH REFORMATION: Writings of John Philpot, Archdeacon of Winchester


2 October 2015 A.D. ENGLISH REFORMATION: Writings of John Philpot, Archdeacon of Winchester

Examinations and Writings of John Philpot

Works of the Early English Reformers (37 vols.)
Author: John Philpot
Editor: Robert Eden
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Publication Date: 1842
Pages: 446
Sample Pages: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7
Burnt at the stake in 1555, John Philpot was a fiery Reformer, constantly in conflict. His work is representative of the Reformation’s most expressive thinkers. This volume contains an assortment of his writings compiled by the Parker Society, including Disputation on the Convocation-House and an Apology for Spitting upon an Arian.
John Philpot (1516–1555) was archdeacon of Winchester. He was burnt at the stake under Mary I. Philpot was noted for his fiery, quarrelsome nature—even debating fellow prisoners who were Pelagians.

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