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The religious culture of Marian England /
David Loades.
imprint
London : Pickering & Chatto, 2010.
description
viii, 209 p. ; 24 cm.
ISBN
1851969217, 9781851969210
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author
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London : Pickering & Chatto, 2010.
isbn
1851969217
9781851969210
contents note
The structure of coercion -- Elite religion -- Popular religion -- Religion and daily life -- Heresy and dissent -- The training of clergy -- The face of persecution -- The imagery of John Foxe -- The early Elizabethan Church.
catalogue key
7230027
 
Includes bibliographical references (p. 185-199) and index.
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'contains much useful and relevant material, built on many years of scholarship ... as good as one expects from Loades.'
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Main Description
This study explores England's religious cultures during the reign of Mary Tudor. Loades investigates how conflicting traditions of conformity and dissent negotiated the new spiritual, political and legal landscape which followed her reintroduction of Catholicism to England. The clergy and laity were largely acquiescent. Loades investigates religious practices in the high church and the parishes to give us a richer understanding of this habit of obedience.
Main Description
Loades explores England's religious cultures during the reign of Mary Tudor. He investigates how conflicting traditions of conformity and dissent negotiated the new spiritual, political and legal landscape which followed her reintroduction of Catholicism to England. The clergy and laity were largely acquiescent. Loades investigates religious practices in the high church and the parishes to give us a richer understanding of this habit of obedience.
Main Description
Loades explores England's religious culture during the reign of Mary Tudor. He investigates how conflicting traditions of conformity and dissent negotiated the new spiritual, political and legal landscape which followed her reintroduction of Catholicism to England. Overall the clergy and laity remained largely acquiescent. Loades investigates religious practices in the high church and the parishes to give us a richer understanding of this habit of obedience.
Table of Contents
Introduction
The Structures of Coercion
Elite Religion
Popular Religion
Religion and Daily Life
Heresy and Dissent
The Training of Clergy
The Face of Persecution
The Imagery of John Foxe
Postscript: The Early Elizabethan Church
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