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					The Church of England and the Bangorian Controversy, 1716-1721
Brian Cowan
Anglican and Episcopal History; Jun 2009; 78, 2; Docstoc
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Description: When Benjamin Hoadly, the Whig Bishop of Bangor preached his sermon on John 18:36 entitled The Nature of the Kingdom of Christ on 31 March 1717, he provoked a series of responses, counterresponses, denunciations, satires, and theological reflections that amounted to at least 401 printed works identified by Starkie in his comprehensive bibliography. For all of this painstaking bibliographic investigation, future historians of the early eighteenth-century church will be grateful, and his work should hold up for many years to come as the essential starting point for identifying the key works of the Bangorian controversy.
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