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    Sir Thomas Monck (1570 – 1627) (alias Monk, Monke, etc.) of Potheridge in the parish of Merton, Devon, was Member of Parliament for Camelford, Cornwall, in 1626. He was the father of George Monck, 1st Duke of Albemarle (1608–70), KG and of Nicholas Monck (c. 16101661), Bishop of Hereford .

  2. 29 de jun. de 2014 · Most moving and challenging about this work is that Thomas Monck, an Average Joe and rural farmer, developed a highly complex and rich understanding of some of the greatest mysteries of the Christian faith. And he did so through serious study of the Scriptures, early church fathers, orthodox creeds, and concentrated reasoning.

  3. In this episode, Matt Emerson and Luke Stamps are joined by special guest Jesse Owens to discuss Thomas Monck and his work A Cure for the Cankering Error of ...

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  4. Thomas Monck was amongst several nonconformists sentenced to death for heresy when an over-zealous local official discovered an old statute had not been repealed; they were only saved because King Charles II was deeply in debt to a Baptist merchant, who could thus command an urgent audience.

  5. Discover life events, stories and photos about Thomas Munck Lord of Potheridg Sire (1515–1583) of Little Potheridge, Devon, England.

  6. Thomas Moncks Apologia: A General Baptist Use of Reformed Orthodoxy to Defend the Trinity Ernest Gordon Rupp said of Thomas Moncks Cure for the Cankering Error of the New Eutychians (1673), “No high churchman, no orthodox Anglican, not Daniel Waterland himself produced an abler defence of catholic doctrine” (Rupp, 1986).

  7. Há 2 dias · George Monck. George was the second son of Sir Thomas Monck (or Monk) and Elizabeth (Smith) and was born at Potheridge in Devon 6th December 1608. George was a distinguished naval captain and under Cromwell he was General of the land forces and Admiral at Sea.