Bernard Gilpin
b. 1517 – d. March 4, 1583 • Church Reformer • Theologian
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Gilpin, Bernard
Gilpin, Bernard (1517–84), ‘Apostle of the North’. He was a great-nephew of C. ast;Tunstall, Bp. of *Durham. Born at Kentmere in Cumbria, he was educated at Queen’s College, Oxford, where he came under the spell of *Erasmus’ writings. After *Henry VIII’s refoundation of Cardinal College as *Christ
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Gilpin, Bernard
Gilpin, Bernard (1517–1583)English rector and reformer during the turbulent period of the Church of England’s establishmentBorn in Westmoreland, Gilpin attended Oxford University, where he was attracted by the humanist writings of Dutch reformer Erasmus. After ordination, he became a fellow at Queens