Author:Alexander Nowell

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Alexander Nowell
(c. 1507 – 1602)

English Puritan theologian and clergyman

Alexander Nowell



  • Large Catechism
Catechismus, sive prima Institutio Disciplinaque Pietatis Christianæ (1570)
(tr) A Catechisme or first Instruction and Learning of Christian Religion, by T. Norton (1570), by Thomas Norton
  • Middle Catechism
Christianæ Pietatis prima Institutio ad usum Scholarum (1570)
(tr) A Catechisme or Institution of Christian Religion to be learned of all youth next after the little catechisme appoynted in the Booke of Common Prayer (1572), by Thomas Norton
  • Small Catechism
Catechismus parvus pueris primum Latine qui ediscatur, proponendus in scholis (1572)
(tr) The Little Catechisme (1577), by Thomas Norton

Other works[edit]

  • A book containing Redman's last judgment of several points of religion (1551)
  • An Homily … concerning the Justice of God … appoynted to be read in the time of sicknes (n. d.)
  • Reproofe written by A. N. of a book entituled "A Proofe of certain Articles in Religion denied by Master Jewel, set forth by Tho. Dorman, B.D.," (1565)
  • The Reproofe of M. Dorman's Proofe … continued (1566)
  • A Confutation as wel of M. Dorman's last book entituled a “Defence,” &c. … as also of Dr. Saunder's "Causes of Transubstantiation" (1567)
  • A True Report of the Disputation … held in the Tower of London with Edmund Campion, Jesuite, 31 Aug. 1581 (1583)
  • Sermon preached 11 Jan. 1563, ap. Catechism
  • Carmina duo in obitum Buceri,’ ap. ‘Buceri Scripta Anglicana

Works about Nowell[edit]

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