Churchmen and the condition of England 1832-1885 a study in the development of social ideas and practice from the old regime to the modern state. by G. S. R. Kitson Clark

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[G S R Kitson Clark] -- First published inthis work demonstrates how the English churchmen of the nineteenth century moved from a firmly entrenched position in the old social hierarchy to a less definable and. Churchmen and the Condition of England A Study in the Development of Social Ideas and Practice from the Old Regime to the Modern State by G.

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The influence of rapid population growth, industrialization, expanding conurbations and overseas threats to Britain’s manufacturing dominance were, in their different ways, to herald the need for more positive state : Robert Humphreys. Notions of religious conformity in England were redefined during the mid-seventeenth century; for many it was as though the previous century's reformation was being reversed.

Lane considers how a select group of churchmen – the Laudians – reshaped the meaning of church conformity during a period of religious and political turmoil. This book can be purchased at any church bookshop in the UK.

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