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Thinking of the Laity explains why proposals for expanding lay prerogatives failed to shape the Elizabethan religious settlement from the 1560s through the 1580s. It also greatly adds to our understanding of the policy debates that are closely associated with the origins of puritanism, presbyterianism, and congregationalism. This book will be essential reading for people interested in the history of early modern England and in the progress of sixteenth-century religious reform.

ISBN

9780268033057

Publication Date

2004

Publisher

University of Notre Dame Press

City

Notre Dame, Ind.

Keywords

religion, Tudor England, laity

School

Jepson School of Leadership Studies

Disciplines

History of Christianity | History of Religion

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Thinking of the Laity in Late Tudor England

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