Reformation in Britain and Ireland

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Oxford University Press, 2003 - 568 страница
This is an innovative volume which studies the coming of reform in the sixteenth century more broadly than do traditional national narratives of religious change. It argues for an interactive and comparative understanding of this crucial dimension of British and Irish history. Through the examination of political choices, of ecclesiastical structures, and of individual religious attitudes, it seeks to explain the success or failure of Protestantism in these islands.
 

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Authority and Control
17
Crown and Church
30
The State of the Clergy
43
The Seculars
59
Communities and Beliefs
81
The Politics of Reform 15301558
115
Policy in Edwardian and Marian Ireland
166
The Laity and the Church
217
Evangelical Environments
226
The Word Disseminated
257
Theology and Worship
305
and Religious Identities 19581600
353
Church
425
Bibliography
485
Index
537
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Felicity Heal is Lecturer in Modern History at the University of Oxford and Fellow of Jesus College.

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