in [New York] .
Written in English
Thesis (PH. D.) - New York University, 1937.
|Statement||[by] Homer G. Pfander.|
|LC Classifications||BV4208.G7 P5 1937|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||66|
|LC Control Number||38008549|
h. g. pfander, The Popular Sermon of the Medieval Friar in England (New York ). a. g. little, Studies in English Franciscan History (Manchester ); The Grey Friars in Oxford (Oxford ). a. lecoy de la marche, La Chaire fran ç aise au moyen â ge (2d ed. Paris ). m. The Popular Sermon of the Medieval Friar in England (Paperback or Softback) by Pfander, Homer Garrison and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at . Friars were a later addition to the medieval clerical echelons. Like the monks before them their orders developed in response to perceived laxity by the monks. There were four orders of medieval friars; the Franciscans, Dominicans, Carmelites and just because confusion is good for the soul – the Augustinians. The Reformation led to Protestant sermons, many of which defended the schism with the Roman Catholic Church and explained beliefs about the Bible, theology, and devotion. The distinctive doctrines of Protestantism held that salvation was by faith alone, and convincing people to believe the Gospel and place trust in God for their salvation through Jesus Christ was the decisive .
The surviving sermons and their collections are listed for the first time in full inventories, which supplement the critical and contextual material Wenzel presents. This book is an important contribution to the study of medieval preaching, and will be essential for scholars of late medieval literature, history and religious : Siegfried Wenzel. Popular Medieval Non Fiction Books Showing of The Time Traveller's Guide to Medieval England: A Handbook for Visitors to the Fourteenth Century (Hardcover). Medieval England (Cambridge, ), p. 8 For a recent study of the friar sermons see Homer G. Pfander, The Popular Sermon of the Medieval Friar in England (New York, ). The Popular Sermon of the Medieval Friar in England. By HOMER G. PFANDER. New York University, Pp. The Vitae Patrum in Old and Middle English Literature. By CONSTANCE L. ROSENTHAL. University of Pennsylvania, Pp. [iii] + The Holy Eucharist in Middle English Homiletic and Devotional Verse. By SISTER LORETTA McGARRY, A. M.
The Popular Sermon of the Medieval Friar in England. New York: New York University, Piponnier, Françoise, and Perrine Mane. Dress in the Middle Ages. Trans. Caroline Beamish. New Haven, CT: Yale University Press, Pleij, Herman. Dreaming of Cockaigne: Medieval Fantasies of the Perfect Life. Trans. Diane Webb. The popular sermon of the medieval friar in England. PhD dissertation, New York University. The religious instruction of the laity in late medieval England with particular reference to the. Medieval Sermon Tales Original Electronic Texts at the Internet Medieval Sourcebook web site. The following tales are taken from sermons by Jacques de Vitry, Etienne de Bourbon, and Caesar of Heisterbach. The introduction below is by Paul Halsall, editor of . This book mostly discusses canonical medieval authors and their response to popular reading, but the first chapter, “The Reading Public” gives a great rundown of the book production context of medieval England and the huge, growing market for religious books in the 14th–15th century.