By J. A. Bornewasser (auth.), A. C. Duke, C. A. Tamse (eds.)
The subject selected for the 7th convention of Dutch and British historians - family among Church and country within the nations because the Reformation - can't faux to any originality. a subject matter so germane to the heritage of Europe, and certainly of these components of the area colonized via Europeans and evangelized by way of the Christian church buildings, has certainly attracted the eye of diverse students. the actual charm of this research of the motion and response of Church and nation 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 counseled the Protestant Reformation whereas rejecting absolutism. however the dissimilarities are really as impressive. 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 self sustaining sect. but even after the formal separation of Church and country in 1796 and the increase to political prominence of Dutch Catholicism, ties of sentiment persevered to hyperlink the Dutch kingdom and the Reformed Church for a while to return. inside of England the Anglican Church maintained its constitutional status because the verified Church and its social place because the Church of the 'Establishment', even though 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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Over the course of the century a pronounced change took place in the attitude of many corporations towards the social implications of Protestantism. Whereas in the 1530s and 1540s the governors of London with some cause looked upon Protestants as potential revolutionaries, disruptive of civic order, later in Elizabeth's reign they had come to regard the Protestant preachers as their allies in their task of maintaining social control. Some provincial towns, like Coventry or Norwich, seem to have reached this position earlier than London.
190-1; The Accounts of the Churchwardens of St. Martin·s. Leicester, 1489-1844 (ed. T. North, Leicester, 1844), pp. 25-95; T. North, A Chronicle of the Church of St. 128-31. 4 Early in the sixteenth century Joan Washingby, a member of a vigorous Lollard cell in Coventry knew enough about heresy in London to find employment in a Lollard household there. Lollardy in Coventry certainly embraced some of the leading citizens including former mayors, William Pysford senior and Richard Cook, other civic officials, and a physician, John Blumstone, and gained the sympathetic interest, if not more, of the incumbent of St.
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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.)