McMahon treatment in that regard Sterry really made it clear to me that not all Puritans were cut from the same cloth The introduction includes a great biography of Sterry and a breakdown of his theology
This book is really a great introduction to the man and his thought but his works book is really a great introduction to the man and his thought but his works to be read as a whole not just as brief xtracts This really only provides a glimpse into his brilliance. Reat literature and which truly represent what he himself regarded as the very pith of his doctrine' This book will be of value to anyone with an interest in English Platonism or Puritanis. I like Peter Sterry uite a bit His thought is both mystical and fairly dense in complexity I came across him while studying the Cambridge Platonists They were a group of instructors affiliated with Cambridge college during the period of the English commonwealth Most of them were called latitudinarians because they supported less restrictions on matters
of faith and conscience They were often. Originally published in 1934 this book contains select faith and conscience They were often. Originally published in 1934 this book contains select from the writings of prominent Platonist and Puritan theologian Peter Sterry as well as a brief review of
life work. .Sterry's Life Work.
Strongly Protestant in theology but also Platonist and Neoplatonist in philosophy Their ideas are interesting but so far I have been the most impressed with Sterry His is than cursorily poetic His mystical tendencies are very hard to separate from his theological and philosophical tendencies although compilers have attempted to do
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chooses the passages from Sterry's writings that are most likely to appeal to the modern reader and which seem 'tothe passages from Sterry's writings that are most likely to appeal to the modern reader and which seem 'to the nduring and universal ualities of