One historian keith luria shared concerns for communal harmony kinship ties

One historian keith luria shared concerns for

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worked together, shared civic responsibilities, intermarried etc. - One historian- keith luria: shared concerns for communal harmony, kinship ties, familial honour, and advancement, economic necessity, and the exercise of local power: clergy will differed than those of the common people - These considerations could lead people to construct confessional relations in ways contrary to their clergy sanctioned. - REVOCATION OF EDICT OF NANTES 1685: revoked on basis that Henri never really intended this to happen but due to death etc. edict has been preserved : implemented due to the great
number of Huguenots but now they have converted and no longer need rights afforded to them: created narrative to justify revocation: not entirely true : led to mass exodus of Huguenots in France to more friendly parts of Europe - Louis 14: act of absolute rule : one king, one faith, one people – revocation put end to coexistence ELIZABETH I WITH WILLIAM CECIL AND THOMAS WALSINGHAM - Secretaries of State: - Elizabeth witnessed violence of rapid change that Mary had tried to accomplish Catholicism in England ; created a middle way – religious settlement within England for good of country - 1559: Parliament did pass Act of Uniformity, Supremacy : changed title ( head of church to governor of church of England ) - Different more favourable implications to Rome : also Gender: secularizes church/ state ; separates power - Required all royal officials. Clergy to take oath of loyalty to Elizabeth - Uniformity laid out organization of Church - Protestant in dogma but Catholic in structure : instituted Book of Common Prayer and specifies that English must be used in Church services , not Latin - Changed wording of Eucharist that allowed for both tradition to read their beliefs into their celebrations - Moderate protestant as archbishop of Canterbury - 39 articles: revision of Cranmer’s 49 articles which had never been put into effect : est. scripture as source of faith - Transubstantiation: - Lindberg: presented in masterfully ambiguous way: could be interpreted from various faiths without contention - Articles est. uniformity but promoted diversity of opinion : over time becomes less diverse PURITANS. CONGREGATIONALISTS AND JESUITS - Wish to purge church of Catholic sentiment : not a fan of Elizabeth’s middle way ---Puritans insisted on removing any ceremony from church worship: simple, practical, scripture focused - Puritan: believed that anything not commanded by God was forbidden – different than other teachers that taught that anything not forbidden by commandments is allowed - Early 1600s, increasingly vocal about changes : some groups leave to the colonies, or Netherlands to practice their faith without persecution - Catholic hierarchy should be abolished: Presbyterians : argued for clerical equality and all leadership should be given at local level: Congregationalists - Small attempt of Catholic revival: Jesuit missionaries during Elizabeth’s rule : Jesuit college in Rome: mission to reconvert people to catholism : their presence made Elizabeth nervous : catholic uprising --- Mary Stuart: catholic Queen of Scots -

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