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The Whole Works of the Most Rev. James Ussher, Vol. 1
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The Whole Works of the Most Rev. James Ussher, Vol. 1


Hodges, Smith and Co. 1864

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Volume 1 of The Whole Works of James Ussher (18 vols.) includes an in-depth biography of Ussher. Entering college at age 13, Ussher embarked on a captivating journey, both spiritually and politically, which eventually led to his acceptance as Primate of Ireland. Along the way, Ussher earned great respect for his theological and scholarly work, even by those that disagreed with him, and became an integral figure in English Reformation history. This biography captures his entire life: from his early life in Dublin, through the turbulent years of the English Civil war and the execution of Charles I, to his state-honored funeral in England.

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Note: This resource is in English.

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  • Provides an in-depth biography of James Ussher
  • Presents historical, theological, and spiritual insights
  • Contains materials ideal for students, teachers, and pastors

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About James Ussher

James Ussher (1581–1656) was born in Dublin, Ireland. He was a professor of theological controversies at Trinity College, Dublin, where he advanced in office from bachelor of divinity to doctor of divinity to vice-chancellor, and finally to vice-provost. James I nominated him Bishop of Meath in 1621. In 1625, he succeeded Christopher Hampton as Archbishop of Armagh. A prolific writer, he produced dozens of works in Latin and English over his long and successful career.