As important as Cranmer’s writings are to the Christian faith, the story of his life and the historic role he played as an advocate for the English Church and Archbishop of Canterbury during the time of Henry VIII are equally fascinating.
Published in 1906, Albert Frederick Pollard’s biography of Thomas Cranmer introduces Cranmer’s childhood, family, and developmental years. Covering both of Cranmer’s marriages as well as his character and private life, this text presents a more personal look at the life of this English Reformer.
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- Biographical volume covering the life and works of Thomas Cranmer
- Historical content encompassing Cranmer and the English Reformation
- Title: Thomas Cranmer and the English Reformation
- Author: Albert F. Pollard
- Publisher: G. P. Putnam’s Sons
- Publication Date: 1906
- Pages: 410
About Albert F. Pollard
Albert F. Pollard was a British historian who specialized in the Tudor period. He was educated at Jesus College in Oxford.