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Deering (Dering), Edward 1540?-1576

Edward Dering (1540?-1576) was an English clergyman and academic, known as a classical scholar, controversialist, supporter of Thomas Cartwright, and fiery preacher against his fellow clergy. Constantly in trouble from 1570, he was not found to be nonconformist in doctrine, but was an opponent of the episcopate.

Edward Dering (clergyman) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Edward Deering, B.D. (d. 1576) was a puritan divine. He was chaplain to the Duke of Norfolk, and reader at St. Paul's. An eminent divine, born of a very ancient and worthy family in Kent, bred fellow of Christ's College in Cambridge, a pious man and painful preacher, but disaffected to bishops and ceremonies.

The lives of the Puritans: containing a biographical account of those divines who distinguished themselves in the cause of religious liberty, from the reformation under Queen Elizabeth, to the Act of uniformity in 1662 (Volume 1)_ (1813) Audio Book (in progress) (see page 193 for article on Edward Deering)
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Dictionary of National Biography (online version)
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History of the Puritans in England: and the Pilgrim Fathers (1850) By Sir Daniel Wilson, John Leighton (see page 160 for entry on Edward Deering)
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Athenae Cantabrigienses: 1500-1585, Volume 1 (1858) By Charles Henry Cooper, Thompson Cooper, George John Gray (see page 354 for entry on Edward Dering)
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27 Lectures, or Readings, upon Part of the Epistle written to the Hebrews [Chapters 1-6] - 1590
Mainly aimed at the errors of the church of Rome, and at the practical questions of the Reformation period, 4 learned but antiquated set of lectures.
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