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    STUDIA THEOLOGIA ORTHODOXA - Issue no. 1-2 / 2001  
         
  Article:   A SHORT OUTLOOK UPON THE EVOLUTION OF THE ANGLICANISM UP UNTIL THE BEGINNING OF XIXTH CENTURY.

Authors:  DORINEL DANI.
 
       
         
  Abstract:  A Short Outlook upon the Evolution of the Anglicanism Up Until the Beginning of XIXth Century. In this study I am trying to present how the Church in England developed after the reign of Henry VIII-th. The focus is put on the relationships between State and Church up until the beginning of Tractarian movement. At the beginning of this study, I present, shortly, the main laws who touched the Church under the reign of Edward VI-th, Mary Tudor and Elisabeth I-th. Under the reign of Elisabeth the puritan party won many battles against the established Church. Than, came the revolution of Oliver Cromwell who interrupted the monarchy in England. Under him, the Church had many problems. Once of restauration of monarchy, under Charles II-th - in 1660, started the delimitation between High Church and Low Church. Than, I present the Cambridge movement and its protagonists. The involvement of clergy in political affairs affected again the Church. The Deist and Bangorian controversies were other problems of the Anglican Church. In the time of these controversies rised the personality of William Law. So, this study tries to show why at the beginning of XIX-th Century the Church in England was so devided.  
         
     
         
         
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