The Works of Thomas Ken presents the works of a famous scholar and chaplain during the late 1600s in England. This collection includes one of his most well-known works—the pamphlet Ichabod, otherwise known as The Five Groans of the Church—which Ken wrote a few years after his ordination. Eager to spread Christianity to others, he was an avid writer and teacher. His sermons, letters, hymns, and poems are also included, which cover temptation, judgment, resurrection, and more.
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- Contains some of Thomas Ken’s most prominent works
- A window into the life and thought of a significant Anglican bishop and scholar
- Title: The Works of Thomas Ken
- Author: Thomas Ken
- Publishers: Griffith, Farran, Okeden & Welsh; Basil Montagu Pickering
- Volumes: 2
- Pages: 773
About Thomas Ken
Thomas Ken (1637-1709) was a scholar at Wykeham’s famous school at Winchester and then went on to finish his studies at Oxford. Ken was ordained in 1661 and about 20 years later became the chaplain to Princess Mary and Charles II. Some of his more prominent works include Ichabod and the Manual of Prayers for Winchester scholars.