By David Cressy, Lori Anne Ferrell
Faith and Society in Early glossy England ИСТОРИЯ, КУЛЬТУРА и ИСКУССТВО,НАУКА и УЧЕБА Книга: faith and Society in Early smooth England Автор: David Cressy Издательство: Routledge Страниц: 272 Формат: PDF Размер: 3.11 MB Язык: Английский Год издания: 2005The shattering of the Roman Catholic church and the institution of the Protestant church of britain, through the English Reformation, affected all features of English existence. Bringing jointly a set of resources, together with narratives, studies, church records and parliamentary complaints, faith and Society in Early sleek England charts the transformation of English non secular tradition from the 1530s to the 1660s.The moment variation of this winning sourcebook has been revised all through to take account of up to date study within the box and a couple of assets were incorporated for the 1st time. New introductions to every part have additionally been further, assisting to make each one resource obtainable by means of surroundings it in context.Religion and Society in Early glossy England is an necessary source for all scholars learning this crucial and complicated interval in English background. >> uploading.com <<.com zero
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49 (London, 1850), pp. 137–9. Will of Margaret Odeham, 1492 In the name of God, Amen. I, Margaret Odeham of Bury St Edmunds, widow, with a whole and clear mind … make my testament and last will in this wise. First, I bequeath my soul to Almighty God and my body to holy church, to be buried in the chancel of the church of St James by my husband. Item, I bequeath to the high altar in the church of St James six shillings and eightpence. I bequeath to the monastery of the church of St Edmund in Bury five marks for a dirge and a mass of requiem.
1534, was granted to the king first fruits and tenths of all spiritual possessions. And because the good Bishop of Rochester and Sir Thomas More, two virtuous men and great clerks, would not consent to the king that he should be Supreme Head of holy church, therefore they were both beheaded in the month of June at London with three monks of the Charterhouse for the same, with many others in divers places. The year following, viz. 1535, was the abovesaid Queen Anne beheaded for her wretched carnal living, and in September and October was great 1 ‘Impious kings are the ruin of men’ (Proverbs 28:15,16).
For all these, and for grace necessary, ye shall say unto God God’s prayer, Pater noster. 3 THE TEN ARTICLES, 1536 The Ten Articles of 1536, an intriguing mixture of reformed ideals and traditional beliefs, were the first articles of faith to be adopted by Convocation during the Henrician reformation. Note particularly the inclusion of penance as a sacrament, along with the eucharist and baptism; the attention paid to auricular confession, contrition and good works; the retention of images and the intercession of the saints; and the notion of the eucharistic presence as corporeal.