Bishop Reginald Pecock Paperback

A Study in Ecclesiastical History and Thought

by V. H. H. Green;

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Bishop Reginald Pecock

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Originally published in 1945, this book was formed from the content of the Thirlwall Prize essay for 1941. The text presents a comprehensive study of Reginald Pecock, the fifteenth-century Bishop of Chichester whose trial for heresy and public abjuration to save himself from burning are the best remembered events in his life. Pecock's writings are used extensively in discussion of his character and scholarship, theological standing, attitude to the Lollards and significance in the religious life of his time. This book will be of value to anyone with an interest in Pecock, the history of Christianity and British history.

Bishop Reginald Pecock by V. H. H. Green was published by Cambridge University Press in May 2014. The ISBN for Bishop Reginald Pecock is 9781107643581.

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Details for Bishop Reginald Pecock

Author / Artist
Book FormatPaperback
PublisherCambridge University Press (May 2014)
Number of Pages270
Thickness15 mm
Height203 mm
Width127 mm
Product Code4272514
Page last updated 30th June 2018
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