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Baptism and Spiritual Kinship in Early Modern England (St. Andrews Studies in Reformation History)

by Will Coster

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Published by Ashgate Publishing .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • British & Irish history: c 1500 to c 1700,
  • Christian sacraments,
  • Christian spirituality,
  • Christian theology,
  • History of religion,
  • c 1500 to c 1600,
  • c 1600 to c 1700,
  • History,
  • England,
  • Family / Parenting / Childbirth,
  • Religious aspects,
  • Religion,
  • Yorkshire,
  • History of doctrines,
  • General,
  • Christianity - Ritual & Practice,
  • Sponsors,
  • Christian Rituals & Practice - General,
  • Baptism,
  • Christianity,
  • Kinship,
  • Social aspects

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages250
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9688459M
    ISBN 100754605132
    ISBN 109780754605133

      Separatist Origins or Spiritual Kinship One group, led by historians such as William H. Whitsitt, Henry Dexter, William T. Whitley, Winthrop Hudson, and more recently, H. Leon McBeth, argued that the Baptist tradition developed out of English Separatism and rejected any notion of influence from the sixteenth century Anabaptist movement or earlier dissenters.   W. Coster, Baptism and Spiritual Kinship in Early Modern England (Ashgate, ), pp. source From the same webpage: "They [godparents] were abolished in by the Directory of Public Worship." I don't think the OPC practice is a modern invention, or individualist inclination.

    04/02/20 Religion and Society in Early Modern England | University of Northampton Religion and Society in Early Modern England View Online items Mass and parish in late Medieval England: the use of York - Barnwell, P. S., Cross, Claire, Rycraft, Ann, c Book The king's reformation: Henry VIII and the remaking of the English church. Coster, Will () Baptism and spiritual kinship in early modern England. Aldershot: Ashgate. Aldershot: Ashgate. Crawford, Patricia () Women and religion in England,

    RITUAL, RELIGIOUS RITUAL, RELIGIOUS. Ritual is one means by which a society expresses its beliefs both symbolically and explicitly. In the late medieval and Reformation era, the performance of religious rites reconfirmed traditional precepts and instructed each new generation afresh. Whatever a church's intentions were, such ceremonies did not remain static, but evolved. The Reformation of the Generations: Age, Ancestry and Memory in England Stuart England (Oxford, ), chs (on baptism) *Will Coster, Baptism and Spiritual Kinship in Early Modern England (), chs Philippa Tudor, ‘Religious Instruction for Children and Adolescents in the Early English Reformation’,File Size: 52KB.


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Baptism and Spiritual Kinship in Early Modern England (St. Andrews Studies in Reformation History) by Will Coster Download PDF EPUB FB2

Reviews '[This] thoughtful book is a worthy addition to a distinguished series.' Northern History 'Charting the changes in the perception of spiritual kinship in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, this volume makes a significant contribution to our understanding of the processes of religious change, and the impact that the Reformation had upon religious practice.'.

Exploring spiritual kinship, this book examines the fortunes of godparenthood in early modern England. Through this study, Will Coster attempts to illuminate some of the major issues in. Baptism and Spiritual Kinship in Early Modern England by Will Coster,available at Book Depository with free delivery : Will Coster.

Baptism and Spiritual Kinship in Early Modern Will Coster. [St Andrews Studies in Reformation History.] (Brookfield, Vermont: The Ashgate Press. As early as the 2nd century AD, infant baptism had begun to gain acceptance among Christians for the spiritual purification and social initiation of infants, the requirement for some confession of faith necessitated the use of adults who acted as sponsors for the child.

They vocalized the confession of faith and acted as guarantors of the child's spiritual beliefs. Baptism and Spiritual Kinship in Early Modern England. By Will Coster. [St Andrews Studies in Reformation History.] (Brookfield, Vermont: The Ashgate Press. Baptism and Spiritual Kinship in Baptism and Spiritual Kinship in Early Modern England book Modern England Baptism and Spiritual Kinship in Early Modern England Cressy, David SHORTER NOTICES Baptism and Spiritual Kinship in Early Modern England, by Will Coster (Aldershot: Ashgate,for St Andrews Studies in Reformation History; pp.

£52). Baptism was a routine religious ritual beset by occasional controversies. Coster looks at a more ethereal form of family, that connected to spiritual kinship, in Baptism and Spiritual Kinship in Early Modern England.

"This book is the first scholarly study of godparentage in early modern England, and it may, for a while, be the last word," remarked David Cressy, writing in the English Historical Review.

Despite the importance of the subject to contemporaries, this is the first monograph to look at the institution of godparenthood in early modern English, ISBN Buy the Baptism and Spiritual Kinship in Early Modern England ebook. Family and Kinship in England guides the reader through the changing relationships that made up the nature of family life from the late medieval period to the beginnings of industrialisation.

It gives a clear introduction to many of the intriguing areas of interest that this field of history has opened up, including childhood, youth, marriage, sexuality and by: 8.

A godparent (also known as a sponsor), in many denominations of Christianity, is someone who bears witness to a child's baptism and then aids in their catechesis, as well as their lifelong spiritual formation. The term has also been used in a legal sense.

In both religious and civil views, a godparent tends to be an individual chosen by the parents to take an interest in the child's upbringing. ↑ W. Coster, Baptism and Spiritual Kinship in Early Modern England (Ashgate, ), pp. ↑ S. Gudeman, 'The compadrazgo as a reflecAs a member of a Lutheran church, a god parent must be baptized themselves.

Members may have one godchild. religious change and the timing of baptism in england, –* - volume 52 issue 2 - p. kitsonCited by: 3. This book takes the opportunity to study an institution which interacted with a range of social and cultural factors, and to assess the nature of these elements within early modern English society.

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Author by: Will Coster this is the first detailed monograph devoted to the subject in early modern. His previous publications include Baptism and Spiritual Kinship in Early Modern England () and Sacred Space in Early Modern Europe (co-edited with A. Spicer, ) Table of Contents Introduction to the SeriesAuthor: Will Coster.

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2, p. CrossRef; Coster, W., Baptism and Spiritual Kinship in Early Modern England, Aldershot, Perry, R. ↑ W. Coster, Baptism and Spiritual Kinship in Early Modern England (Ashgate, ), pp. ↑ S. Gudeman, 'The compadrazgo as a reflection of the natural and spiritual person', Proceedings of the Royal Anthropological Institute (), p.

modern social and religious history and is the author of Baptism and Spiritual Kinship in Early Modern England (). maria cr˘aciun is Senior Lecturer in the Department of Medieval and Early Modern History Babes-Boly¸ ai University of Cluj, Romania.

As well as a number of articles on the the religious life of Moldavia and Transylvania in File Size: KB. He has published numerous articles and chapters on early modern social and religious history and is the author of Baptism and Spiritual Kinship in Early Modern England ().

MARIA CRǍCIUN is Senior Lecturer in the Department of Medieval and Early Modern. 8 Will Coster, Baptism and Spiritual Kinship in Early Modern England (), p.

9 David Cressy, Birth, Marriage, and Death: Ritual. Religion, and Life-Cycle in Tudor and Stuart England (Oxford, ) [hereafter Cressy, Birth, Marriage, and Death], p.

) The Author.Book Description. Family and Kinship in England guides the reader through the changing relationships that made up the nature of family life from the late medieval period to the beginnings of industrialisation. It gives a clear introduction to many of the intriguing areas of interest that this field of history has opened up, including childhood, youth, marriage, sexuality and death.

Will Coster is Senior Lecturer in History at the University of Bedfordshire. His previous publications include Baptism and Spiritual Kinship in Early Modern England () and Sacred Space in Early Modern Europe (co-edited with A.

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