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Catholic and Reformed : the Roman and Protestant churches in English Protestant thought, 1600-1640

Author: Anthony Milton
Publisher: Cambridge [England] ; New York, NY, USA : Cambridge University Press, 1995.
Series: Cambridge studies in early modern British history.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Catholic and Reformed transcends the current boundaries of the historical debate concerning the role of religious conflict in the politics of the early Stuart period. While earlier studies have focused more narrowly on the doctrine of predestination, Dr Milton analyses the broader attitudes which underlay notions of religious orthodoxy in this period. He achieves this through the first comprehensive analysis of how  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Church history
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Anthony Milton
ISBN: 0521401410 9780521401418
OCLC Number: 29565521
Description: xvi, 599 pages ; 24 cm.
Contents: English Protestantism at the dawn of the seventeenth century --
pt. I. The Church of Rome. 1. 'This immortal fewde': anti-popery, 'negative popery' and the changing climate of religious controversy. The attractions of anti-popery. The rationale of Jacobean anti-popery. The papal threat --
home and abroad. 'Dissenting voices': Hooker and his disciples. The political fortunes of Jacobean anti-popery. Anti-popery under Charles I. Laudianism and 'negative popery'. Crypto-popery and Laudian Cambridge. Laudians and the problem of recusancy. 2. The rejection of Antichrist. The apocalyptic tradition. Tensions and ambiguities. The rejection of the tradition. 3. Rome as a true church. The 'true church' in Protestant ecclesiology and the problem of Rome. Rome as a church 'secundum quid'. The Old Religion controversy. Defences of Rome: Hooker and his heirs. Catholicity. Salvation. 4. The errors of the Church of Rome. An 'anti-religion'? Fundamentals and additions. Roman idolatry. Roman heresy. 5. Unity and diversity in the Roman communion: inconsistency or opportunity? The meaning of Roman heterogeneity. The politics of Roman heterogeneity. The Oath of Allegiance: a heterogeneity of motives. The 'Church of Rome' and the 'Court of Rome'.
Series Title: Cambridge studies in early modern British history.
Responsibility: Anthony Milton.
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