The Hiëlist schism of 1573 in the Family of Love’s history and its impact on English Familism (2) – or, ‘Who was Daniel James?’

When Giles Creech went to Lambeth Palace, he parted with a good deal of information: new information to the Church authorities and, indeed, new information to us. He confirmed the broad structures …

Source: The Hiëlist schism of 1573 in the Family of Love’s history and its impact on English Familism (2) – or, ‘Who was Daniel James?’

LIBRARY RECORDS PROJECT 1785-1953 UPDATE 4 — A Monument of Fame

Dr Richard Palmer reports that during October and November the project focused on the librarianship of Claude Jenkins, 1910-1952. A clergyman and scholar, Jenkins was celebrated both for his learning and his eccentricity. His vigorous early years at Lambeth are documented in his letter books and his reports to Archbishop Davidson. During this time the […]

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Testimony of Giles Creech, Lambeth Feb 1637/38

1637/38 Giles Creech who had clearly been mixed up with Familist or Antinomian views, decided to spill the beans on his former associates. He claimed that he had been forced to turn informant becau…

Source: Testimony of Giles Creech, Lambeth Feb 1637/38