By Marcus K. Harmes
Bishops and gear in Early sleek England examines arguments difficult episcopal authority and the counter-arguments which under pressure the need of bishops in England and their prestige as valuable and godly ministers. The e-book argues that episcopal writers built an identification as reformed brokers of church authority. Charting the advance of this id over 150 years, from the Reformation to the recovery, this e-book lines the heritage of early smooth England from an unique and hugely major standpoint. This publication engages with many points of the social, political and spiritual background of early glossy England and should for this reason be key analyzing for undergraduates and postgraduates, and researchers operating within the early smooth box, and a person who has an curiosity during this interval of history.
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