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Religion in England, 1688-1791

  • 584 Pages
  • 0.93 MB
  • English
Clarendon Press, Oxford University Press , Oxford [Oxfordshire], New York
England -- Church history -- 18th century., England -- Church history -- 17th cen



StatementGordon Rupp.
SeriesOxford history of the Christian Church
LC ClassificationsBR758 .R87 1986
The Physical Object
Paginationxii, 584 p. ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2533182M
ISBN 100198269188
LC Control Number85013886

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England - England - Cultural life: England’s contribution to both British and world culture is too vast for anything but a cursory survey here. Historically, England was a very homogeneous country and developed coherent traditions, but, especially as the British Empire expanded and the country absorbed peoples from throughout the globe, English culture has been accented with diverse.

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beliefs. However, there were many unsettling changes to the religion of England during the years that the Tudors were in power. This was the period when people started to have new and fresh ideas in regards to religion and people began to challenge the previously traditional, single belief in the Catholic Church and the Pope.

Religion in 17th-Century England. LIKE the waves in a storm-tossed sea, ever changing, rushing to and fro, so the changing scene of seventeenth-century England presents a religious struggle never since equaled. Its swirling crosscurrents of opposite thought and action were marked by.

England is also home to a large proportion of agnostics and atheists, who either care little for the concept of religion or believe strongly in the absence of a God or gods.

Because religion has been such a major part of the English heritage, the structures it left behind. Methodist historian Gordon Rupp is unhappy that so many noisy generalizations have been made which outrun the evidence, and he bemoans the paucity of the local studies on which such generalizations ought to be based [Rupp, Religion in England].

Stuart rule in England: Stuart rule in England can be characterized by three main themes, each of them evident early in the reign of James I. One is the relationship with parliament ; here James begins so badly that within a year the commons feel compelled to issue a document, known as the Apology, asserting their rights.

King George III's Royal Proclamation For the Encouragement of Piety and Virtue, and for the Preventing and Punishing of Vice, Profaneness and Immorality exhorted the British public against sexually explicit material. [citation needed] It called for the suppression of all "loose and licentious Prints, Books, and Publications, dispersing Poison to the minds of the Young and Unwary and to Punish.

Buy This Book in Print summary Lake Methodism: Polite Literature and Popular Religion in England, –, reveals the traffic between Romanticism’s rhetorics of privilege and the most socially toxic religious forms of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries.

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The various Christian denominations in the United Kingdom have emerged from schisms that divided the church over the centuries. The greatest of these occurred in England in the 16th century, when Henry VIII rejected the supremacy of the pope.

This break with Rome facilitated the adoption of some Protestant tenets and the founding of the Church of England, still the state church in.It continues to be assumed in some quarters that England's monasteries and mendicant convents fell into a headlong decline - pursuing high living and low morals - long before Henry VIII set out to destroy them at the Dissolution.

The essays in this book add to the growing body of scholarly enquiry which challenges this view. Drawing on some of the most recent research by British and American.