8 October 2015 A.D. ENGLISH REFORMATION: Works of Reformed Archbishop of Canterbury, Vol. 3
The Works of John Whitgift, vol. 3
Author: John Whitgift
Editor: John Ayre
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Publication Date: 1853
John Whitgift, author of the Lambeth Articles, was the last Elizabethan archbishop of Canterbury. His writings reflect the religious climate of England as the doctrines of the Reformation took hold across the Church and Puritans were increasingly persecuted. Volume 3 of his works covers the final 3 tractates in his ecclesiological conflict with Puritan Thomas Cartwright, as well as selected sermons and letters compiled by the Parker Society.
John Whitgift (1530–1604) was archbishop of Canterbury from 1583 until his death. He tutored Francis Bacon in classics at Cambridge, attended to Elizabeth I on her deathbed, and crowned James I.