Reformation of England

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Reformation of England 18:05 Church in Ireland Puritans Each church to be led by elders Not an archbishop governing the whole thing The elders were governing authority who had power and control Presbyterianism came from this Eventually forced to leave England under force, where they ended up in  Canada, and US Tried to persuade government to adopt this Presbyterian order Anglican bishops sat automatically as house of lords o Unless breaking into it, there was little chance of change 1603 it looked like there was a change favoring puritans o King James 6 of Scotland becomes King James I of England o Puritan ministers wouldn’t give up, well trained, good moral code and were  excellent preachers o Puritans spread, within the Anglican church Many ministers of church of England had puritans in their sympathy o Church of England divided into 2 branches of Anglicanism High church style – emphasize old styles, with music and art and  architecture, hierarchy, old ceremonies Low church – Calvinist rejection of ceremony and vestments, simple,  still with hierarchy o Never split, coexisted, at times displaying grudge
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This note was uploaded on 04/20/2008 for the course RELG 205 taught by Professor Neufeld during the Spring '08 term at UBC.

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