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Professor Sykes considers the Anglican attitude towards episcopacy, presbyterianism and papacy since the Reformation, especially in the Churches of England and Scotland. He begins by examining the Elizabethan rationale of 'the godly prince and the godly bishop', and then describes the aggressive Presbyterian movement and its effect upon the ecclesiastical settlements in the Churches of England and Scotland. He considers the influence of this movement on Anglican apologetic for episcopacy during the late sixteenth and early seventeenth centuries; and the evidence of fraternal relationships between the Church of England and foreign Protestant churches, and particularly for the reception of their ministers for service in the Church of England without Episcopal ordination.
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- Date Published: December 2008
- format: Multiple copy pack
- isbn: 9780521743280
- dimensions: 325 x 253 x 65 mm
- weight: 1.33kg
- availability: In stock
Table of Contents
1. Withstanding Peter to the Face
2. Controversy within the Gate: The Convocation of Canterbury
3. The Office and Work of a Bishop
4. The Care of all the Churches
5. The Consecration of Matthew Parker and the Validity of Anglican Orders
6. The Care of all the Churches: The Union of Protestants
7. The Things that are Caesar's
8. False Doctrine, Heresy and Schism
9. Grateful Evening Mild.
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