A Dialogue of Comfort against Tribulation (Selected Works of St. Thomas More Series) download epub
by St. Thomas More,Frank Manley
A Dialogue of Comfort against Tribulation is a work that was written by St. Thomas More while imprisoned in the Tower of London in 1534. Thomas More was imprisoned by King Henry VIII for refusing to swear to the Act of Succession (1534).
A Dialogue of Comfort against Tribulation is a work that was written by St. He had been given writing materials in the early months of his imprisonment. The Dialogue is set in the Kingdom of Hungary in 1528, between the invasions of Suleiman the Magnificent. It is a fictional dialogue between Vincent and his uncle, Anthony.
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Selected Works of St. Thomas More Series. Taken as a political history of the Reformation, it is an excellent book. The work done here by Professors Martz and Manley will make it much easier for future scholars to investigate the rich details of the book. Considered as the work of a church historian, it is church history in the best sense, in which the writer's distinctive religious interests and interpretations are set against a complex background. Judith P. Jones, Moreana.
This fictional dialogue about how Christians should deal with troubles and persecution is set in Hungary immediately prior to an attack by the Ottoman Empire. It was written in the Tower of London while More awaited execution for his religious beliefs. St. Thomas More was chancellor of England, a humanist philosopher, and an early science fiction writer. He was also a good husband and father, and advocate of education for women. He died a martyr under his former friend, King Henry VIII. Part 2 of the audiobook concludes the dialogue.
John Fisher and Thomas More, both martyrs of mercurial King Henry VIII
John Fisher and Thomas More, both martyrs of mercurial King Henry VIII. It was not to be. A Dialogue of Comfort against Tribulation was Thomas More’s final work, a historical fiction meant for his beloved and brilliantly educated adult daughter, Meg. Like Boethius writing The Consolation of Philosophy, More was imprisoned unjustly without hope of reprieve and seeking solace in bequeathing posterity his wisdom. Unlike Boethius, More Wanted very much to finish this on June 22nd, the feast of Sts. John Fisher and Thomas More, both martyrs of mercurial King Henry VIII.
by Saint Thomas More (Author), Mary Gottschalk (Translator). It is possible that much of the Dialogue was written in the Beachamp Tower. ISBN-13: 978-1889334134. Nevertheless, this was not nearly as pleasant as More's private chapel and study at Chelsea. The Tower Moat was, in effect, London's open sewer. St Thomas More shows an incredible knowledge of Sacred Scripture, the works of the ancient Greek and Roman philosophers, and of the Church Fathers and other great Catholic theologians.
Sir Thomas More (7 February 1478 – 6 July 1535), venerated in the Catholic Church as Saint Thomas More, was an English lawyer, social philosopher, author, statesman, and noted Renaissance humanist. He was also a Chancellor to Henry VIII, and Lord High Chancellor of England from October 1529 to 16 May 1532. He wrote Utopia, published in 1516, about the political system of an imaginary, ideal island nation.
Thomas More wrote his Dialogue while facing an unknown future in the Tower of London in 1534, an imprisonment that terminated with his death.
This classic was written by St. Thomas More with a piece of charcoal in 1534 during his imprisonment in the . Thomas More with a piece of charcoal in 1534 during his imprisonment in the infamous Tower of London. Moved by the certainty that he would be executed, More developed as his chief thesis the notion that tribulations are really blessings in disguise because they inspire men to seek God, prevent their falling into sin, or test their patience.
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Category: Education & Teaching
Subcategory: Schools & Teaching
Publisher: Yale University Press (September 10, 1977)
Pages: 336 pages