The Patience of the Saints, the Apocalypse, and Moderate Nonconformity in Restoration England
- Dissenters, Anglicans and the Glorious Revolution: The Collection of Cases. Gibson, William // Seventeenth Century;Spring2007, Vol. 22 Issue 1, p168
This article considers the way in which the publication of The Collection of Cases in 1685 promoted a new sense of unity between Anglicans and Dissenters. After 1662 Anglicans had persecuted Dissenters through penal laws, but the publication of the Collection of Cases marked a change in...
- A Shilling for Queen Elizabeth: The Era of State Regulation of Church Attendance in England, 1552-1969. Field, Clive D. // Journal of Church & State;Spring2008, Vol. 50 Issue 2, p213
An essay is presented on regulated church attendance in England following the English Reformation. Particular focus is given to English religious beliefs, practices, and church attendance during the 17th century. Reasons for absenteeism are discussed as are fines and punishments for...
- THE ESTABLISHED CHURCH OF ENGLAND: A NEW REVALUATION. Medhurst, Kenneth // Contemporary Review;Nov84, Vol. 245 Issue 1426, p246
Examines the issues faced by the established Church of England as of November 1984. Resolution of the conflict between Papacy and Crown with the support of the Parliament; Significance of royal ecclesiastical policy to the commencement of the civil war; Problems faced by the Anglican Church...
- Church, Chapel and Party: Religious Dissent and Political Modernization in Nineteenth-Century England. BRADLEY, JAMES E. // American Historical Review;Feb2009, Vol. 114 Issue 1, p209
This article reviews the book "Church, Chapel and Party: Religious Dissent and Political Modernization in Nineteenth-Century England," by Richard D. Floyd.
- Church, Chapel and Party: Religious Dissent and Political Modernization in Nineteenth-Century England. OLDSTONE-MOORE, CHRISTOPHER // Victorian Studies;Winter2009, Vol. 51 Issue 2, p358
The article reviews the book “Church, Chapel and Party: Religious Dissent and Political Modernization in Nineteenth-Century England," by Richard D. Floyd.
- TRANSFORMED RELIGION: MATTHEW ARNOLD AND THE REFINING OF DISSENT. Ward, David A. // Renascence;Winter2001, Vol. 53 Issue 2, p97
The essay presents an analysis of the political-religious views expressed by the 19th-century British poet and critic Matthew Arnold in his book "Culture and Anarchy," focusing on his treatment of religious dissenters in British society. Contrast is offered between Arnold's views and those...
- STATE, LAW, MORAL AND RELIGION. Elena-Mihaela, Fodor // AGORA International Journal of Juridical Sciences;2011, Vol. 2, p338
Among social norms, there is a strong connection between religious, moral and legal norms. Religious norms enter the sphere of legal norms through moral. Legal norms influence church law. The connection and separation between these norms in the course of history is commented.
- State-Children. Reyille, John C. // America;3/13/1920, Vol. 22 Issue 21, p466
The article reflects on the rights and duties of the church and the state in the U.S. The author believes that each has its own responsibilities and obligations to the community and the people of the country, but regardless of its well-defined spheres, the Church may not overstep the rights of...
- Marginal Movements. Robbins, Thomas // Society;May/Jun84, Vol. 21 Issue 4, p47
This article discusses the consequence of the fragility of an overexpanded state to the activities and functions of churches in the U.S. The expansion of the apparatus and regulatory mandate of the state has contributed to church-state tensions. As the state falters, social movements and groups...