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Richard Hooker

Author Code: ERHX

Born: Mar., 1554 - Exeter, England

Died: Nov. 3, 1600 - Bishopsbourne, Kent, England

Educated at Exeter and Corpus Christi College, Oxford, Hooker graduated with an MA in 1577. That same year, he became a fellow of the college and an assistant professor of Hebrew. In 1581, he took holy orders in the Church of England. In 1585, he became Master of the Temple and held that position until 1591, when he moved to London. In 1593, he published the first four volumes of his masterpiece Of the Laws of Ecclesiastical Polity and followed in 1597 with the fifth volume. The remaining three volumes were published after his death. From 1595 until his death in 1600, he was the rector of St. Mary's, Bishopsbourne. Hooker is credited with being the co-founder, with Thomas Cranmer, of Anglican religious tradition. Because of the exceptional quality of his prose, Hooker is considered a major literary figure ofthe Elizabethan era.

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