3 edition of The life of Thomas Fuller, D. D. found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||BX5199.F8 B3|
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|Pagination||xxvi, 800 p.|
|Number of Pages||800|
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In THOMAS FULLER came from England to America upon a tour of observation, intending, after he should have gratified his curiosity by a survey of the wilderness world, to return. While in Massachusetts, he listened to the preaching of Rev. Thomas Shepard, of Cambridge, who was then in the midst of a splendid career of religious effort and. The late Thomas E. Fuller is the author, with Brad Strickland, of Aladdin's Pirate Hunter trilogy. Author Alerts Get updates about Thomas E. Fuller and recommended reads from Simon & Schuster.
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The Life of Thomas Fuller: With Notices of His Books, His Kinsmen, and His Friends, Volume 1 Paperback – June 7, by John Eglington Bailey (Author) See all 8 formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsAuthor: John Eglington Bailey. The life, Times and Writings of Thomas Fuller, D.D., the Church Historian book.
Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. The life of Thomas Fuller, D. Bailey, John Eglington, Pages: Thomas Fuller: Discovering England’s Religious Past by W.B. Patterson pp. Oxford University Press Review by Joel T. Keys Thomas Fuller () lived and wrote in a complex and confusing time.
England was still finding its way apart from Rome. England was a different and unsettled religious and cultural community.5/5(1). Get this from a library. The life, times and writings of Thomas Fuller, D.D., the church historian (). [Morris J Fuller]. The "life, Times and Writings" of Thomas Fuller, D.D., the Church Historian () Item Preview.
Thomas Fuller, (born JAldwincle, Northamptonshire, Eng.—died Aug. 16,London), British scholar, preacher, and one of the most witty and prolific authors of the 17th century.
Fuller was educated at Queens’ College, Cambridge (M.A., ; B.D., ). Fuller, Thomas, Anglorum speculum, or The worthies of England, in church and state Alphabetically digested into the several shires and counties therein contained; wherein are illustrated the lives and characters of the most eminent persons since the conquest to this present age.
Truth maintained, or Positions delivered in a sermon at the Savoy: since traduced for dangerous: now asserted for sound and safe. By Thomas Fuller, B.D. late of Sidney Colledge in Cambridge.
The particulars are these. I That the doctrine of the Fuller, Thomas, [ Book:. Thomas Fuller, ordained in as curate of St. Benet’s Church, Cambridge, held a variety of posts in ministry in turbulent times, and was a prolific author.
One of his longest and perhaps most notable periods of ministry was at Waltham Abbey from This was followed by his last post as Rector of Cranford, Middlesex.
Additional Physical Format: Print version: Russell, Arthur T. (Arthur Tozer), Memorials of the life and works of Thomas Fuller, D.D. London, W. Pickering, 25 Oct. –21 June Thomas Oscar Fuller, state senator, Baptist minister, and educator, was born at Franklinton, the son of J.
Henderson Fuller, a house carpenter and wheelwright. Though born into slavery, the elder Fuller taught himself to read; during Reconstruction he was a delegate to Republican conventions and a magistrate, as well as a deacon in the Baptist church. Memorials of the Life and Works of Thomas Fuller, by Arthur J.
Russell (), adds a little; but everything discoverable was first brought together in Mr. John Eglinton Bailey's Life of Thomas Fuller, with Notices of his Books, his Kinsmen, and his Friends (). Life, Times, and Writings, by the Rev. Morris Fuller, 2 vols.,is founded. Starnes, Richard D.
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Urbana: University of Illinois Press, Other. Author of The church-history of Britain, Holy state and the profane state, The history of the worthies of England, The historie of the holy warre, Good thoughts in bad times, Abel Redevivus, Thomas Fuller's The holy state and the profane state, Good thoughts in bad times ; together with, Good thoughts in worse times.
Memorials of the Life and Works of Thomas Fuller, by Arthur J. Russell (), adds a little; but everything discoverable was first brought together in Mr.
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Search More editions of The Collected Sermons of Thomas Fuller, D.D.,Volume 2: The Collected Sermons of Thomas Fuller, D.D.,Volume 2: ISBN (). When these titles are added to his earlier autobiography, Twenty Years in Public Life,North Carolina-Tennessee (), Fuller emerges as one of the most prolific African American history writers to be published in Tennessee during the first half of the twentieth century.
Thomas Fuller’s father, of the same name, was the rector of Aldwinkle parish; the writer’s mother was Judith Davenant, a sister of John Davenant, who became the bishop of Salisbury.Thomas Fuller ( - Aug ) was an English churchman and historian.
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