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A Harvard Unitarian in Victorian Cambridge.(Cambridge, Massachusetts)
July 1, 2002... Victorian Cambridge diehards dismissed Harvard as Socinian. William Everett (1837-1910), establishment Bostonian and future Unitarian minister, graduated from Harvard in 1859, and matriculated at Cambridge, which had no doctrinal entry requirements, and since 1856 had allowed men not 'bona...
The Office for King Charles the Martyr in the Book of Common Prayer, 1662-1685.
July 1, 2002... This article investigates the development of the use of texts and images in commemorating the regicide of Charles I, from private commemoration among Royalists during the Republic, to its official institution after the Restoration. The article will argue that the Office gave official...
Catholicism, kinship and the public memory of Sir Thomas More.
July 1, 2002... Historians are now particularly aware that kinship had political and social resonances in the early modern period. Historians of English Catholicism in this same period have always stressed that a web of family networks helped to sustain the English Catholic community within its harsh...
Native lords and the Church in thirteenth-century Strathearn, Scotland.
July 1, 2002... The thirteenth century in Scotland witnessed a determined effort on the part of the crown and its ecclesiastical officials to initiate a series of reforms comparable to those that had so deeply altered the social and religious life of England and continental Europe. An important aspect of...
Gregory the Great's 'political thought'.
July 1, 2002... Gregorian scholars have been unable to reconcile widely differing views on Gregory the Great's 'political thought'. The trend has been to view him as either ambivalent towards secular authority or completely indifferent to it. This article aims to demonstrate that Gregory the Great's...