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Acts and Monuments was cannibalized for material to warn of the dangers of Catholicism and, in Foxe’s name, also to undermine resurgent High Church Anglicanism. Josh Brown added it Aug 31, John Foxe is recognized as one of the most important Christian historians.

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Foxe’s Book of Martyrs 8 Jan New York, I: Acts and Monuments is academically linked with notions of English nationhood, liberty, tolerance, election, apocalypse, and Puritanism. The earliest printed book bearing the title Book of Martyrshowever, appears to be John Taylor’s edition in Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.

It was still sufficiently popular among them to warrant at least fifty-five printings of various abridgements in only a century, and to generate scholarly editions and commentary.


Acts and Monuments substantially defined, among many other histories from John Strype onward, Arthur G. The final book treated the reign of Queen Mary and the Marian Persecutions. Free UK Delivery by Amazon. Similarly, the new critical edition of Martirse and Monuments benefits from, and is shaped by, new technologies.

Selected readings from the text were proclaimed from the pulpit as was and as if it were Scripture. Amazon Second Chance Pass it on, trade it in, give it a second life. Mozley maintained that Foxe preserved a high standard of honesty, arguing that Foxe’s method of using his sources “proclaims the honest man, the sincere seeker after truth.

At least two of Rupp’s Makers continued and elaborated Foxe’s views. The New and Complete Book of Martyrsan update to cover the 18th century [19]. It includes a polemical account of the sufferings of Protestants under the Catholic Churchwith particular emphasis on England and Scotland.

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Warren Wooden presented John Foxe’s key significance as a transitional figure in English historiography in Over the next thirty years, it developed from small beginnings in Latin to a substantial compilation, in English, filling two large folio volumes.

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Miguel R Reyes rated it it was amazing Mar 30, Warren Wooden, John Foxe Boston, From the apostles to present-day missionaries, this volume presents the martyrdom of men and women who have given their lives in defense of the.

It alerted English folk to the threat in harbouring citizens who bore allegiance to foreign powers, and it laid an anchor for their xenophobia.


By offering a full-scale historical investigation, “Foxe helped to shape the controversy along historical and prophetic lines, rather than epistemological or linguistic ones. There’s a problem loading this menu at the moment. Greenberg, Devorah, “Truth and Veracity: Some copies, including that presented to Matthew Parkerwere hand-coloured. Timothy Bright ‘s Abridged Edition.

Greenberg, Devorah, “Community of the Texts: Luis Alberto marked it as to-read Feb 06, That his appeal was ineffective in his own time is not surprising, very few people would even have read it. Day, ]” and other short pieces. Get to Know Us. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography online ed. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Aldershot, pp Long titles were conventionally expected at the time, so this title continues and claims that the book describes “persecutions and horrible troubles” that had been “wrought and practiced by the Roman Prelates, speciallye in this realm of England and Scotland”.

Foxe’s first edition capitalized on new technology the printing press. He counted it as a “normative document”, and as one of the Six Makers of English Religion.