By J. A. Bornewasser (auth.), A. C. Duke, C. A. Tamse (eds.)
The subject selected for the 7th convention of Dutch and British historians - relatives among Church and country within the international locations because the Reformation - can't fake to any originality. an issue so germane to the heritage of Europe, and certainly of these components of the area colonized by way of Europeans and evangelized through the Christian church buildings, has obviously attracted the eye of diverse students. the actual allure of this learn of the motion and response of Church and kingdom in Britain and the Netherlands lies within the scope it deals historians and political scientists for making comparisons be tween states, either one of which recommended the Protestant Reformation whereas rejecting absolutism. however the dissimilarities are fairly as amazing. within the Netherlands the Reformed Church got here to carry a interestingly equivocal place, being neither a longtime Church within the English experience nor an autonomous sect. but even after the formal separation of Church and nation in 1796 and the increase to political prominence of Dutch Catholicism, ties of sentiment persisted to hyperlink the Dutch state and the Reformed Church for it slow to come back. inside England the Anglican Church maintained its constitutional status because the demonstrated Church and its social place because the Church of the 'Establishment', although it needed to realize a non-episcopal estab lished Church of Scotland and settle for its disestablishment in eire and Wales.
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Extra resources for Britain and The Netherlands: Volume VII Church and State Since the Reformation Papers Delivered to the Seventh Anglo-Dutch Historical Conference
27 pt. I fols. 25r-v (Askwith); Prob. Reg. 27 pt. II fol. 722r-v (Beckwith); I have described the development of active Protestantism in York in 'Achieving the MiIlenium: The Church in York during the Commonwealth', in Studies in Church History 43 The two examples of York and Hull may throw a little more light upon the process of the conversion of a civic oligarchy to active Protestantism. In York the very Protestantism of the Elizabethan dean and chapter, the traditional jurisdictional rivals of the corporation, seems to have acted as something of a deterrent to the spread of Protestantism in the town, though in Lincoln, where the Protestant faction in the.
51-3; C. Haigh, Reformation and Resistance in Tudor Lancashire (Cambridge, 1975); A. C. Richardson, Puritanism in North-West England (Manchester, 1972) 38 endowed on an equally lavish scale, an alien priory, a small nunnery and houses of all the four orders offriars. In 1500, in addition, the city still retained some fifty parish churches, far too many for its diminished population. Like Lincoln, York obtained an act of parliament to amalgamate its parishes early in Edward VI's reign, and by the end of the century its civic churches had been reduced to a still too numerous twenty-three.
Robert Barnes, once the head of the Augustinian friars at Cambridge, like Tyndale had visited Germany and come under the influence of Luther: he often preached in London in the 1530s as did Thomas Garret and William Jerome, the vicar of Cromwell's own parish of Stepney. After the passing of the Act of Six Articles these were among the first to suffer for their faith, dying at Smithfield on 30 July 1540 only two days after Cromwell's execution. 8 Within a fortnight of the burning of Barnes, Garret and Jerome some five hundred Londoners were charged with offences against the Act of Six Articles, and in parish after parish men and women found themselves in court for failing to go to confession in Lent, not taking communion at Easter and denying the doctrine of transubstantiation.
Britain and The Netherlands: Volume VII Church and State Since the Reformation Papers Delivered to the Seventh Anglo-Dutch Historical Conference by J. A. Bornewasser (auth.), A. C. Duke, C. A. Tamse (eds.)