The Marian Reversal and the Elizabethan Settlement

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Unformatted text preview: • 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: 1. sdf 2. Dfsdf 3. dfsd...
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