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Name  Anthony Burges

Role  Writer
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Died  November 22, 1993, St John's Wood, London, United Kingdom
Influenced  Stanley Kubrick, Franco Zeffirelli
Influenced by  George Orwell, William Shakespeare
Books  A Clockwork Orange, Earthly Powers, The Wanting Seed, Nothing Like the Sun: A St, One Hand Clapping
Similar People  Stanley Kubrick, Malcolm McDowell, George Orwell, Aldous Huxley, Vladimir Nabokov

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Anthony Burges or Burgess (died 1664) was a Nonconformist English clergyman, a prolific preacher and writer.

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Life

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He was a son of a schoolmaster at Watford, and not related to Cornelius Burgess or John Burges, his predecessor at Sutton Coldfield. He studied at St. John's College, Cambridge from 1623. He became a Fellow of Emmanuel College, Cambridge. At Emmanuel he was tutor to John Wallis

From 1635 he was Rector at Sutton Coldfield; during the First English Civil War, he took refuge in Coventry, and lectured the parliamentary garrison. He was a member of the Westminster Assembly. He lost his position as Rector in 1662, after the Restoration, despite John Hacket's urging to conform, and then lived at Tamworth.

Works

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He published various separate sermons, including a funeral sermon on Thomas Blake, and:

  • Vindiciae Legis, a Vindication of the Moral Law . . . (against Antinomians) in twenty-nine lectures at Lawrence Jury,' 1646.
  • The True Doctrine of Justification Asserted and Vindicated from the Errors of Papists, Arminians, Socinians, and Antinomians, in thirty lectures at Lawrence Jury, 1648.
  • Spiritual Refining (120 sermons), 1652.
  • A Treatise of Justification, Including On the Natural Righteousness of God, and Imputed Righteousness of Christ (1654)
  • Expository Sermons (145) on the 17th chapter of the Gospel according to St. John, 1656
  • The Scripture Directory ... a Practical Commentary upon the whole third chapter of the First Epistle of St. Paul to the Corinthians, to which is annexed the Godly and Natural Man's Choice, &c., 1659.
  • Doctrine of Original Sin asserted, 1659.
  • Two volumes of his major work on justification appeared, followed by works of the 1650s on grace and original sin.

    References

    Anthony Burges Wikipedia


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