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Written between 1972 and 2006, they demonstrate just how tenacious Temperley's interest in English church music has been throughout his career.
Both Thomas More and Bishop Fisher refuse to acknowledge Henry as the supreme head of the English Church.
Sir Thomas More and Bishop Fisher refuse to recognise Henry as the supreme head of the English Church, and as a result both are imprisoned in the Tower of London.
In his recent Anglicanism: A Very Short Introduction (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2006), Mark Chapman notes briefly that the seventeenth-century English church produced a group of remarkable men, known collectively as the "Caroline Divines," and rushes off to his next topic.
The theological dispute between Arminianism and Calvinism--Arminianism promoting the role of the sacraments and the grace they conferred, and Calvinism focusing on the grace of predestination--assumed greater significance as a struggle for control of the English church itself.
First, Archbishop of York John Sentamu, the second-ranking prelate of the English church, lashed out passionately and very publicly at the removal of Christian symbols from public places to accord with political correctness.
He cited statistics from the English Church Census, funded by Britain's Economic and Social Research Council, showing that there were no women priests in churches With 300 or more worshipers on a typical Sunday.
But religion did figure importantly in colonial-English relations during the war's early years when many of the English godly favored New England's congregational model as a template for the Atlantic-wide reformation of the English church.
Although its main focus is not preaching, Centered on the Word joins other recent books that take seriously the centrality of the preached word in the mainstream English church.
The Magna Carta listed separation of church and state immediately in its first chapter: "'The English Church shall be free, and shall have its rights undiminished, and its liberties unimpaired.
David Loades discusses the publication history of John Foxe's Actes and Monuments, never censored but continually revised and edited even as it was reissued and adopted as a quasi-official text of the English church.
The survey, with the events and lives it chronicles, is divided into five books, which together constitute one of the most important sources for the history of the English Church in this period.
Their courtship led to marriage in 1967 "in a very English church.
The most prolific English church window designer of the 20th Century, Evetts created over 400 works of stained glass--and hundreds more in other media.
Though he did affect the first English versions of the full Old and New Testaments, Wycliffe actually made little headway in his struggle to reform the English Church.