Humanists and Protestants book.
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Humanists and Protestants 1500–1900. Edinburgh, T. & T. Clark, 1990.
Basil Hall FRS (31 December 1788 – 11 September 1844) was a British naval officer from Scotland, a traveller, and an author. He was the second son of Sir James Hall, 4th Baronet, an eminent man of science
Basil Hall FRS (31 December 1788 – 11 September 1844) was a British naval officer from Scotland, a traveller, and an author. He was the second son of Sir James Hall, 4th Baronet, an eminent man of science. Although his family home was at Dunglass, Haddingtonshire (now East Lothian), Basil Hall was born in Edinburgh, Scotland, UK. He was educated at the Royal High School and joined the Royal Navy in 1802, being commissioned a Lieutenant in 1808, and later rising to the rank of Captain.
See the superb article by Basil Hall in the 1990 book Humanists and Protestants, 1500-1900 - "Cardinal Jimenez de Cisneros and the Complutensian Bible. The hardening of the counter-Reformation opposition to the Greek text, the opposition to the Reformation Bible, came at Trent c. 1545-1550. And the Erasmus New Testament ("Received Text") and other writings were put in the Index Librorum Prohibitorum (forbidden books. Where they stayed at least till the 20th century. Also, only at Trent was the Latin Vulgate lifted up as special and the approved text by the rcc.
The term Renaissance humanism is contemporary to that period - Renaissance (rinascimento "rebirth") and "humanist" (whence modern humanism; also Renaissance humanism to distinguish it from later developments grouped as humanism). Renaissance humanism was a response to the utilitarian approach and what came to be depicted as the "narrow pedantry" associated with medieval scholasticism
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Find all the books, read about the author, and more. If historians will find Putney's revisions fascinating, the general reader will also be riveted by the story he tells; his prose is as vigorous as his subject matter, and the anecdotes he scatters.
Professor (George Yule) Basil Hall (1915-1994), church historian and priest, was born in Ryton-on-Tyne, Northumberland, and studied English at Durham University. and protestants: 1500-1900 (1990). He then went on to study theology at Westminster College, Cambridge, and was ordained as a minister of the Presbyterian Church of England, working at Brighton Avenue Presbyterian Church, Gateshead, and also at Blundellslands (near Liverpool). Originally contained within a range of files and portfolios.
Humanism - Humanism - The English humanists: English humanism . Born of the same tradition that produced The Prince and The Book of th. .
Humanism - Humanism - The English humanists: English humanism flourished in two stages: the first a basically academic movement that had its roots in the 15th century and culminated in the work of Sir Thomas More, Sir Thomas Elyot, and Roger Ascham and the second a poetic revolution led by Sir Philip Sidney and William Shakespeare. Although Continental humanists had held court positions since the days of Humphrey of Gloucester, English humanism as a distinct phenomenon did not emerge until late in the 15th century