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John Jewel, regarded as the principal apologist and theologian for the Elizabethan Church, was also esteemed as one of England's most important (if not the most important) authority on the subject of usury, and therefore was cited frequently by opponents of usury towards the end of the sixteenth century and throughout the seventeenth century. One of the most sustained interpretations of Jewel as a theologian on the subject of usury was by Christoph Jelinger, who observed that the late bishop ofdoi:10.1515/perc-2015-0003 fatcat:57gcyfc7dfgt5dg7ob7uememuu