7 pages matching Stuart in this book
Results 1-3 of 7
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
THE NONJURING CHURCH
THE ORIGIN AND AIMS OF MONARCHICAL
5 other sections not shown
absolute acknowledged acts affairs alliance Anglican Church Anglo-Catholics Archbishop Archbishop Sancroft argument asserted authority Basilikon Doron Bishop body Catholic Chapter Charles Christian Loyalty Church of England civil claim clergy communion conscience consent contract controversy Crown declared defence deprivation Divine Right doctrine duty ecclesiastical Erastianism Establishment Exclusion Bills exercise faith father Free Monarchies God's Grascome Hickes High Church House of Stuart Ibid indefeasible hereditary right independent inevitable Jacobite James Kettlewell King's Law of Free Leslie's liberty Low Church ment mind monarchy moral National Church nature never non-resistance Nonjuring Church Nonjurors Oath of Allegiance obligation ordinance origin of government Oxford Movement Parliament passive obedience person political position preached Presbyterian primogeniture Prince principle Protestant rebellion refused Rehearsal religion religious resistance Revolution Church Right of Kings Roman royal ruler Sancroft schism secular Sermon society sovereign power sovereignty Stuart supremacy supreme temporal theory thought throne True Law William wrote Leslie