Ecclesia restavrata, or, The history of the reformation of the Church of England containing the beginning, progress, and successes of it, the counsels, by which it was conducted, the rules of piety, and prudence, upon which it was founded, the several steps, by which it was promoted, or retarded, in the change of times, from the first preparations to it by King Henry the Eight, untill the legal settling, and establishment of it under Queen Elizabeth : together vvith the intermixture of such civil actions, and affairs of state, as either were co-incident with it, or related to it

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Subjects:

  • Edward -- VI, -- King of England, -- 1537-1553,
  • Elizabeth -- I, -- Queen of England, -- 1533-1603,
  • Mary -- I, -- Queen of England, -- 1516-1558,
  • Grey, Jane, -- Lady, -- 1537-1554,
  • Church of England -- History.,
  • Church and state -- England.,
  • Reformation -- England.

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Other titlesAffairs of church and state in England during the life, the first eight years of the reign of Queen Elizabeth, Affairs of church and state in England during the life and reign of Queen Mary, Ecclesia restaurata, History of the reformation of the Church of England, Affairs of church and state in England during the life, the first eight years of the reign of Queen Elizabeth., Affairs of church and state in England during the life and reign of Queen Mary., Ecclesia restaurata., History of the reformation of the Church of England.
Statementby Peter Heylyn.
SeriesEarly English books, 1641-1700 -- 715:5.
ContributionsHeylyn, Peter, 1600-1662., Heylyn, Peter, 1600-1662.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination2 pts. ([16], 168; [2], 84, [2], 85-196, [36] p.)
Number of Pages196
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Open LibraryOL16748710M

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BY PETER HEYLYN, D.D. With The Life Of The Author, By John Barnard, D.D. EDITED BY JAMES CRAIGIE ROBERTSON, M.A., Of Trinity College, Cambridge, Vicar Of Bekesbourne, In The Diocese Of Canterbury. VOL. Rural church boasts viral fame as it attracts viewers from Wiltshire beauty spots 13/08/; Eventbrite Eucharist and alfresco mass: churches continue to innovate as lockdown eases 10/08/; Church supports young people’s mental health at schools and places of Ecclesia restaurata, or, The history of the reformation of the Church of England containing the beginning, progress, and successes of it, the counsels by which it was conducted, the rules of piety and prudence upon which it was founded, the several steps by which it was promoted or retarded in the change of times, from the first preparations to it by King Henry the Eight untill the legal What eventually became known as the Church of England (the Ecclesia Anglicana - or the English Church) was the result of a combination of three streams of Christianity, the Roman tradition of St Augustine and his successors, the remnants of the old Romano-British church and the Celtic tradition coming down from Scotland and associated with In late Stuart England, print genres such as histories and almanacs were happy to put a precise date on the Reformation, but was not widely memorialised.

This was partly because the complex history of English Protestantism meant that different dates for its founding could be canvassed (the arrival of Luther's ideas in the s, Henry VIII's break with Rome, the reforms of Edward VI   Eastern Church History at Harvard University.

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The time covered by the events about to be related extends from the twentieth year of the reign of Henry VIII.,to the death of Queen Elizabeth in the year ,_Its_Catholicity_and_Continuity/. History, you see, does not uphold the assertions of Romanist or Protestant.

The Church of England was never the creature of Rome. Neither was it cut out of whole cloth during the Reformation. The English Church is what it has always claimed to be: An independent and autonomous branch of the One, Holy, Catholic, and Apostolic INTRODUCTION.

Of the writings of John Huss of Bohemia, the Treatise on the Church is the most important.1 From its pages the charges were drawn upon which the author was pronounced a heretic by the council of Constance and the same day, July 6,burned at the stake.

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