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Eighteenth-century Britain : religion and politics, 1714-1815

Author: Nigel Yates
Publisher: Harlow, England ; New York : Longman, 2008.
Series: Religion, politics, and society in Britain series.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"By 1714 Britain was still reeling from the major religious upheavals of the previous two centuries. In this new study, Nigel Yates introduces us to this uncertain time where religion at the very heart of British life while new and radical ideas were beginning to appear below the surface." "Yates explores the dynamic of the established churches' roles in the social and political life of eighteenth-century Britain.  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Church history
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Nigel Yates
ISBN: 9781405801614 1405801611
OCLC Number: 148306304
Description: ix, 258 pages ; 24 cm.
Contents: 1. Three kingdoms, two establishments --
2. Dissent from the religious establishments --
3. The maintenance of doctrinal orthodoxy --
4. A theology of good works --
5. the condition of the established churches --
6. The beginnings of ecclesiastical reform --
7. The threat of revolution.
Series Title: Religion, politics, and society in Britain series.
Responsibility: Nigel Yates.

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"By 1714 Britain was still reeling from the major religious upheavals of the previous two centuries. In this new study, Nigel Yates introduces us to this uncertain time where religion at the very heart of British life while new and radical ideas were beginning to appear below the surface." "Yates explores the dynamic of the established churches' roles in the social and political life of eighteenth-century Britain. He finds that during this time the Anglican Church in England, Ireland and Wales and the Presbyterians of Scotland were an integral part of the system of government - an arrangement which was staunchly defended by churchmen and politicians alike."--Jacket.

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