Justification Part 1

PART 1: ROOTS & SOURCES: JUSTIFICATION IN THE ENGLISH REFORMATION

Distinguished scholars of Anglican history, Ashley Null and J. Torrance Kirby, will lead off the first of the two-part conference with studies of Cranmer and Hooker’s theologies of justification in the context of the 16th century English Reformation, followed by responses from Nashotah House faculty members and a discussion panel by the presenters.

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Ashley Null (PhD, Cambridge) is a leading authority on Thomas Cranmer and the author of dozens of scholarly articles and the influential study of Cranmer, Thomas Cranmer’s Doctrine of Repentance: Renewing the Power to Love (Oxford, 2000).  Null presented two papers; “Justification in Henrician England” and “Justification in Edwardian England”.  They will available soon.

Torrance Kirby (DPhil, Oxford), is the author and editor of several recent scholarly monographs, including several on Richard Hooker: A Companion to Richard Hooker (with Archbishop Rowan Williams; Brill, 2008); Richard Hooker and the English Reformation (editor; Kluwer, 2003); Richard Hooker’s Doctrine of the Royal Supremacy (Brill, 1997);  Richard Hooker, Reformer and Platonist (Ashgate, 2005).  Here is paper below: