The Marian Reversal and the Elizabethan Settlement

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A person convicted of any offense shall suffer imprisonment for long durations of time (p.365) The more a person commits a wrongdoing, he either receives imprisonment or lack of spiritual promotion, yet regardless, the penalties accumulate with crimes (p.365) “The Elizabethan Injunctions” Main idea : Elizabeth is instilling rules that reflect highly on the Protest faith and reforming the church in all aspects. Supporting points : When an ecclesiastical person has free time, he should not drink or play games but rather read the Holy Scripture or something pertaining to being Christian (p.366) Elizabeth wants all shrines banished and destroyed and other decorative objects, so people do not think the church to seem as one’s own home (p.366) Every clergyman must teach the youth of religion for at least half an hour (p.368) “The Thirty-Nine Articles Main idea : These articles were made to form (at the time) the most idealistic way of practicing Christian living. Supporting points : If one follows the Holy Scripture, he shall not worry about being saved (p.370) Original sin allows a person to become inclined to evil. Therefore, everyone deserves to be damned unless one receives grace (p.370) Although there are seven sacraments, only two ordained of Christ in the gospel: baptism and the Eucharist. The others are seen as corrupted (p.373) Questions about the readings:
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