By J. A. Bornewasser (auth.), A. C. Duke, C. A. Tamse (eds.)
The subject matter selected for the 7th convention of Dutch and British historians - family members among Church and nation within the nations because the Reformation - can't faux to any originality. an issue so germane to the heritage of Europe, and certainly of these elements of the realm colonized via Europeans and evangelized through the Christian church buildings, has clearly attracted the eye of various students. the actual charm of this learn 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 recommended the Protestant Reformation whereas rejecting absolutism. however the dissimilarities are relatively as extraordinary. within the Netherlands the Reformed Church got here to carry a apparently equivocal place, being neither a longtime Church within the English experience nor an self sufficient 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 persisted to hyperlink the Dutch kingdom and the Reformed Church for it slow to come back. inside of England the Anglican Church maintained its constitutional status because the tested Church and its social place because the Church of the 'Establishment', although 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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Extra resources for Britain and The Netherlands: Volume VII Church and State Since the Reformation Papers Delivered to the Seventh Anglo-Dutch Historical Conference
Immediately some members of the corporation seized the opportunity of filling the vacant living with an active Protestant minister, and sent the town chamberlain to Boston to prevail upon Melchior Smith to accept the cure. Despite continuing aldermanic favour, Smith at first did not have an easy life in Hull. A faction in the town objected to his constant preaching, complaining to the High Commission that his sermons had been the occasion of much discord. H. York: The East Riding, 1,90-4; Dickens, Lollards and Protestants, pp.
W. Page, London, 1909), I, 254-63; Foxe, Actes and Monuments, 11,260; R. M. Fisher, 'Reform, Repression and Unrest at the Inns of Court, 1518-1558', Historical Journal, XX (1977), 7ll3-801. 8 G. R. Elton, Reform and Reformation: England, /509-1558 (London, 1977), pp. 174-295; Strype, Ecclesiastical Memorials, 1,316-9 and appendix, 249-52; Foxe, Actes and Monuments, 11,435. 29 of the reign, but did not eliminate it. At least one merchant, Richard Hilles, partly motivated by religion, moved to the continent where he made contact with Bullinger.
16-52. 40 conservative and only two showed any inclination towards Protestantism. The city clergy exhibited a similar hesitancy toward new religious developments: only two of the very many parish priests took advantage of the Edwardian legislation permitting clerical marriage: Hull, on the other hand, produced three married priests when there can have been no more than some half dozen priests left in the town. 25 York citizens appear to have accepted the Marian restoration of Catholicism without question, but again matters seem to have been rather different in Hull.
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.)