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|Statement||edited, with introd. and glossary by Thomas Graves Law. With a preface by W. E. Gladstone.|
|Contributions||Hamilton, John, Archbishop of St. Andrews, 1511?-1571., Law, Thomas Graves, 1836-1904|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xlvii, 312 p.|
|Number of Pages||312|
The Catechism of John Hamilton, Archbishop of St. Andrews, (Hardback) Published by Andesite Press, United States () ISBN ISBN The Catechism Of John Hamilton: Archbishop Of St. Andrews by John Hamilton, Thomas Graves Law (Editor), W. E. Gladstone (Foreword). Kessinger Publishing, LLC, Paperback. The Catechism The publication of the Catechism resulted from the need on the part of the Catholic hierarchy to provide an intellectually respectable answer to the challenge of Protestantism. Although the book is regularly associated with the name of John Hamilton, the archbishop was not the author. Buy The Catechism of John Hamilton, Archbishop of St. Andrews, by Catholic Church (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low Format: Paperback.
Introduction The work discussed in the following paragraphs--the Catechism issued in by John Hamilton (d. ), metropolitan archbishop of St Andrews and primate of Scotland--is interesting not only for its exposition of theology, but also for its language. John Hamilton, with his brother James, acquired a house on the south side of Linlithgow High Street in In from this house, his nephew or close kinsman, James Hamilton of Bothwellhaugh, assassinated James Stuart, Earl of Moray, the Regent of the aftermath, John Hamilton later took refuge in Dumbarton Castle.. The castle fell to a surprise night attack, led by Thomas. John Hamilton, Bishop of Dunkeld, Archbishop of St. Andrews (DID NOT MARRY 5,6) married Grizel Semphill, daughter of Robert Semphill, 3rd Lord Semphill and Elizabeth Hamilton, DID NOT MARRY.(5,6) John Hamilton, Bishop of Dunkeld, Archbishop of St. Andrews was born circa He died on 7 April at Stirling, Scotland; Hanged by the victors. Catechism of John Hamilton, archbishop of St. Andrews, Oxford: Clarendon Press, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: John Hamilton, Abp. of St. Andrews; Thomas Graves Law; Catholic Church.
The catechism was printed at St. Andrews in August, It had been drawn up in obedience to a decree of the provincial council of the previous January, for . Title Sources; The catechism of John Hamilton archbischop of St. Andrews The catechisme that is to say, ane co[m]mon and catholik instructioun of the christin people in materis of our catholik faith and religioun, quhilk na gud christin man or woman suld misknaw: set furth be ye maist reuerend father in God Iohne aschbischop of sanct Androus legatuit and primat of ye kirk of Scotland, in. In there was published Archbishop Hamilton's Catechism, a highly regarded product of St. Andrews University, the precise authorship of which cannot be determined. Even after the Reformation in he maintained his opposition, continued to be known as archbishop of St. Andrews though latterly a political figure only, retained his seat in. Two works bearing his name, since they were published by his authority and at his expense, though compiled by another, are "Archbishop Hamilton's Catechism" and "Ane Godlie Exhortatioun". The catechism was printed at St. Andrews in August,