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The Beauty of Holiness: The Caroline Divines and Their Writings
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The Beauty of Holiness: The Caroline Divines and Their Writings

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Canterbury Press 2012

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Overview

The Beauty of Holiness: The Caroline Divines and Their Writings offers a portrait of the continued maturation of Anglican theology and devotion in the central half of the seventeenth century. The Caroline Divines have long been hailed as the patrons of the Golden Age of Anglicanism. Their emphasis on liturgical renewal and development, and learning and piety, has had a pervasive influence on the Anglican ethos that extends to the present. The Beauty of Holiness includes selections from key figures such as Lancelot Andrewes, John Cosin, and Jeremy Taylor, as well as lay writings, some of which were published posthumously. The Beauty of Holiness functions as both an introduction to the Anglican past and a catechism for the Anglican present.

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Key Features

  • Includes selected writings from key figures such as Lancelot Andrewes, John Cosin, and more
  • Offers a comprehensive study guide to the Caroline Divines
  • Presents an introduction to the Anglican past and a catechism for the Anglican present

Contents

  • Roots
  • Developments and Convergence
  • Civil War
  • The Cult of King Charles the Martyr
  • Interregnum
  • Restoration
  • Literary Devotion
  • Liturgical Devotion
  • The Book of Nature
  • Christian Ethics
  • The Kingdom
  • The Church
  • From Dust to Dust

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About Benjamin Guyer

Benjamin Guyer is a graduate student in British history at the University of Kansas.