Popes Head Alley

All sorts of Antinomian texts
could be purchased in Popes
Head Alley. Robert Lancaster had
Eaton’s ‘Honeycombe’ printed by
one ‘R.B.’ and sold there in 1642.
John Sweeting was selling the
Everard translation of the
‘Theologia Germanica’ in Popes
Head Alley in 1646.

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The Doctrine of Election, the Signs and the Means on the English Radical Fringe, 1560 – 1660

 

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Some charges levelled against Roger Brierley – Work in progress

‘Certaine erroneous opinions gathered from the mouth of Bryerley and his hearers’ [Work in progress – because in a while I will probably post the list of all FIFTY charges. These are some of …

Source: Some charges levelled against Roger Brierley – Work in progress

The unusual case of the Antinomian John Traske and his Philo-Judaism

John Traske is one of the most confusing and complex radical theologians of early seventeenth century England. Interesting enough as an example of early Antinomianism, it was not his Antinomian the…

Source: The unusual case of the Antinomian John Traske and his Philo-Judaism

Doctrine of Election (7)

Impossible twins: Clarkson and Fox With the abolition of nominal censorship in 1641, what Davis has called deep-rooted ‘anti-formalism’ within Puritan thought exploded onto the extreme. We might on…

Source: Doctrine of Election (7)