A Sermon Preached Before His Majestie At Whitehall, March 22, 1617

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Title

A Sermon Preached Before His Majestie At Whitehall, March 22, 1617

Creator

John Buckeridge

Description

A sermon on Psalm 95, 'Touching Prostration and Kneeling before God. To which is added a Discourse concerning Kneeling at the Communion'. The practice of kneeling during communion was a controvercial one in the post-reformation period, because the act of kneeling could be interpreted as implying that the bread and wine had become the body and blood of Christ (transubstantiation), a Catholic belief denounced by Protestant reformers. Read the full text of this edition here.
"Kneling att the Sacrament Bishopp of Rochester"

Publisher

John Bill, London

Date

1618

Format

4to

Language

English

Identifier

STC (2nd ed.), 4005

Subject

Theology

Source

St Nicholas Cathedral collection, Robinson Library

Contributor

Newcastle University Special Collections

Rights

Images © Lydia North 2015

Type

book

Collection

Citation

John Buckeridge, “A Sermon Preached Before His Majestie At Whitehall, March 22, 1617,” William Corbett's Bookshop, accessed September 23, 2017, http://corbettsbookshop.omeka.net/items/show/145.