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Cranmer

Thomas. 1489--1556, the first Protestant archbishop of Canterbury (1533--56) and principal author of the Book of Common Prayer. He was burnt as a heretic by Mary I
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The author, a fellow of St Cross College, Oxford, admits to an admiration for Cranmer and a sympathy 'for a man who was frequently confused and who confused others'.
Later, when Cranmer came to comment in 1540 on the King's annotations on the earlier `Bishops' Book', MacCulloch shows how he developed this theme in a more `erastian' direction by suggesting that the Church had no independent existence and proper authority without a Christian Prince in its midst; instead of viewing the first centuries, therefore, as the golden age of Christianity before its `fall', Cranmer was suggesting that the apostolic Church had to be content with creating makeshift structures of authority in the pre-Constantinian period and it was only when the first Christian rulers appeared that this defect was remedied.
Swaine reached 122-1 with Cranmer 52 not out off 31 balls and Ryan Robinson 26 not out off 12.
BORN BRIAN Clough, football manager, 1935, above GARY Oldman, film actor, 1958 TIMOTHY Dalton, film actor, 1946 DIED MICHAEL Redgrave, film actor, 1985, above THOMAS Cranmer, Archbishop, 1556 POCAHONTAS, folk hero, 1617
COURT Beryl (Podge) Always loved, never forgotten xxx CRANMER Angela Kay Passed away three years today, sad are the hearts that loved you, silent the tears that fall, living our lives with out you is the hardest part of all.
Members of the Ebenezer Choral Society, who have close links with the college, presented the generous donation to Director of Music John Cranmer, which will go into a special endowment fund.
11 guest viewpoint by Emerald People's Utility District staff member Jaime Cranmer was off the mark - just like Emerald's failed and flawed attempts to annex board director Patti Chappel's individual property.
Cranmer himself is thought to be the author of four of the twelve homilies in this book: "A Fruitful Exhortation to the Reading of Holy Scripture," "Of the Salvation of all Mankind by only Christ," "Of the true, lively and Christian Faith," and "Of Good Works annexed unto Faith.
smiles Pope Peter O'Toole, benignly rubber-stamping the appointment of previously obscure cleric Thomas Cranmer as the new Archbishop of Canterbury.
Phillip Cranmer, 20 and from Solihull, was found hanging at his family home in September 2003.
Scot Chris Cranmer became the first registered Devil worshipper in the armed forces three years ago.
Despite a run that included a triple tailwhip to a double tailwhip in a mere five seconds, Cranmer earned just 90.