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Anti-boreale

Anti-boreale

an answer to that seditious and lewd piece of poetry upon Master Calamy"s late confinement, supposed his who wrote Iter boreale.

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Published by s.n. in [London? .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Wild, Robert, -- 1609-1679.,
  • Calamy, Edmund, -- 1600-1666,
  • Dissenters, Religious -- England.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesDiscourse occasioned by Mr. Calamies late sermon intituled Eli trembling in fear of the ark., Mr. Crofton"s position examined.
    SeriesEarly English books, 1641-1700 -- 1516:6.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination[8], 116 p.
    Number of Pages116
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16796892M

    Hammond in particular emphasised the mutual correspondence between equal bishops, an ecclesiology drawn from the third-century African bishop Cyprian. The consequent instability was intensified by the mental and legal framework which the Reformation had bequeathed to the Restoration. Was the Church a holy catholic society constituted by its clergy and merely allied with the temporal polity, or was it established, and thus governed, by English law? Apropos episcopacy and divine right monarchy, persecution and toleration, crown and parliament, a good case can be made for the Restoration as part of a long Reformation, albeit a distinct phase within this.

    The Anglican church of St. A supremacy enforced by statute implied parliament had a role in church government. In so doing, they have pulled the Restoration back into the milieu of Reformation and Civil War politics, loosening any sense of it as the prelude to modern party politics or, in J. As Chapter 1 of this study shows, Restoration kings inherited a panoply of ecclesiastical powers from the Tudor Reformations. The Act of Submission of the Clergy decreed that convocation needed a royal licence to meet, separate permission to debate new canons, and ratification of these before they became legally binding.

    And kings still used their ecclesiastical supremacy. In he sat in judgement on the radical John Lambert. This was manipulated by not only Anglicans, but also tolerant kings and intolerant parliaments, Catholics, Dissenters, and radicals like Thomas Hobbes. Shorn of legal establishment, in the s Anglicans found new intellectual bases, in particular the pre-imperial Christianity of the third century. I was fortunate in having two examiners, Stephen Taylor and John Spurr, who made a viva an enjoyable discussion.


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Third marriage, at St. Under James, tensions between crown, parliament, and the Church over supremacy turned into open conflict to such an extent that they significantly contributed to revolution.

Godly Kingship in Restoration England: The Politics of The Royal Supremacy, 1660

Smith, Constitutional Royalism and the Search for Settlement, c. Most significantly for this study, there was greater tension between the supremacy and episcopacy than allowed for by Spurr, who denies that the Church challenged the supremacy before A supremacy enforced by statute implied parliament had a role in church government.

The origins both of legal discourse about crown, parliament, and canon law and those of the idea of iure divino episcopacy will be outlined, to show how ideas which would later cause conflict over supremacy were not created with the intent of challenging royal power.

For more on the Christopher Love case and the events ofsee above p. Staunch churchmen urged both Stuarts, father and son, to adhere to the Church of England, and they felt secret relief when Presbyterian alliances by Charles I in and Charles II in —1 failed.

Intellectual proximity as well as linguistic revolution could endanger conventions. Calamy in Newgate focuses on this imprisonment, and was a constituent of the outpour- ing of public support for Calamy which was evident at this time. Restoration religion, history, and ideology 17 threatened by nonconformists or Catholics, the Church clung to its royal nursing parents.

Fraudulent Genealogy[ edit ] Lawrence Womack has been cited as an ancestor or relative in multiple fraudulent or fantasy genealogies. The Ecclesiastical Commission versus the Church The king versus the bishops Acknowledgements So-called monographs are only produced with the support of many scholars and friends, and this book is no exception.

Although, as will be seen, these prerogatives were complex and ambiguous, they could largely be wielded and certainly be claimed by later Stuart monarchs. How could a king who had proclaimed promised, Dissenters said liberty to tender consciences sign into law such a severe statute?

Although Charles I professed that he died a martyr for both, in he had agreed to a threeyear trial of Presbyterianism, and his son forged an alliance with Scottish Presbyterians. Strongest among these was the alliance of an indefeasible hereditary divine-right monarchy with the established episcopal Church of England, united in preventing any repetition of the Civil Wars.

Next he married at Brideford on 18 November a woman called Anne Aylmer of Bury and they had a daughter, Anne, who died in Since supremacy was a simultaneously political, jurisdictional, and theological construct, a study of it necessitates moves between sources, contexts, and historiographical debates in religious, political, and intellectual history.

Subject to statutory exception and to the provisions of relevant collective licensing agreements, no reproduction of any part may take place without the written permission of Cambridge University Press. He replied to Edmund Calamy 's sermon Eli trembling for fear of the Ark.

Laurence Womock Explained

The amount of discussion of the supremacy after is obscured by the need to approach it obliquely. The question of the circumstances in which an ungodly tyrant could be resisted, and by whom, drove Catholic and Calvinist political thought.

The revised formulary of faith authorised by the king in concurred.

Robert Wild and Katherine Sutton From English Nonconformist Poetry

Crucially, however, Restoration writers had to work within, and were able to exploit, a rich legacy of ecclesiological argument. He became Bishop of St David's in The poem refers to this imprisonment, and it is likely Copyright On the Death of Mr Calamy was first published in The greatest thinker of the age, John Locke, attacked iure divino clericalism as well as unconstitutional rule, while the 17 J.

Bishop Carleton of Bristol, for example, ignored royal licences allowing Dissenters to worship and prosecuted them anyway. Since the Church of England was established, it was a political as well as a spiritual entity.

Henry VIII held ecclesiastical authority which descended from God, as English kings it was said had done from time immemorial, but those powers were declared and codified in statutes which could not be changed except by further parliamentary legislation.

Charles and James were able to pursue their ecclesiastical policies with vigour in part because they retained a large prerogative over the church. This followed the Act of Submission of the Clergy 25 Hen.Laurence Womock (also Lawrence Womach or Womack) () was an English bishop.

He is best known for his controversial writings, some of which were signed Tilenus, after Daniel Tilenus, expressing his hostility to Calvinism in general, and the Synod of Dort in particular. Life. Get this from a library! Anti-boreale: an answer to that seditious and lewd piece of poetry upon Master Calamy's late confinement, supposed his who wrote Iter boreale.

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