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Necessary Doctrine

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In the years following Henry VIII’s separation from the Catholic Church and the formation of the Church of England, the king and his trusted religious advisor, Thomas Cranmer, led a divided church. A Necessary Doctrine exemplifies the ongoing struggle in the Church of England between conservatives wanting to maintain some connection with Rome, and the reformers. Published in 1543, it is a more conservative revision of the 1537 Bishop’s Book, which is itself an expansion on Cranmer’s first guidelines for the Church of England, The Ten Articles. This comprehensive work, written for the purpose of unifying the church and instructing its members in Christian doctrine, was the defining doctrine for the church until almost a decade later, when Cranmer published the Forty-Two Articles, under the reign of Edward VI. It remains a foundational work of the Church of England and a valuable resource for understanding this Church’s early history. -Laura de Jong, CCEL Staff... More > Writer< Less
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Product Details

ISBN
9781300487005
Publisher
Christian Classics Ethereal Library
Published
December 6, 2012
Language
English
File Format
ePub
File Size
327.69 KB
Product ID
20558953

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