Richard Hooker

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Richard Hooker (1554-1600) influential Christian apologist. A bedrock theologian in the Anglican confession. His work Of the Laws of Ecclesiastical Polity (1593) set out to steer "a middle course between Rome, Wittenberg, and Geneva"[1].

References

  1. A Student's Guide to Religious Studies, D. G. Hart, ISI Books, 2005, ISBN 1932236589, 9781932236583, 108 pages; see page 77.
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