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by Ellen A. Macek

  • ISBN: 0820430595
  • Category: History
  • Author: Ellen A. Macek
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Peter Lang Inc., International Academic Publishers (December 1, 1996)
  • Pages: 299 pages
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Between 1535 and 1558, Bishops Gardiner, Tunstal, and Bonner, the theologian Richard Smith, the layman .

Between 1535 and 1558, Bishops Gardiner, Tunstal, and Bonner, the theologian Richard Smith, the layman Miles Huggarde, and other traditionalists mounted a spirited defense of Catholic teaching. Ellen Macek's The Loyal Opposition breaks new ground by analyzing the intellectual and theological basis of their polemics on the key issues of justification and the Eucharist. It demonstrates how they drew upon a blend of scholastic and humanistic elements to oppose religious innovation while simultaneously submitting to the schism with Rome

New York: Peter Lang. Either 'conservative' or 'traditionalist' is better, but it is very hard to devise a satisfactory category in which to place them.

New York: Peter Lang. It has long been recognized that the term 'Catholic' is unsatisfactory when applied to those within the English church who resisted the advance of Protestantism in the mid-sixteenth century. In this study, Ellen Macek's subtitle is unexceptionable, but the use of the word 'opposition' raises serious problems.

The Journal of Ecclesiastical History. The loyal opposition. Tudor traditionalist polemics 1535–1558. Studies in Church History, 7). Pp. xv+299. New York: Peter Lang, 1996.

Books : The Loyal Opposition: Tudor Traditionalist Polemics, 1535-1558 (Studies in Church History) (Hardcover). Studies in Church History. Peter Lang Gmbh, Internationaler Verlag Der Wissenschaften.

Ellen Macek's The Loyal Opposition breaks new ground by analyzing the intellectual and theological basis of their polemics .

Ellen Macek's The Loyal Opposition breaks new ground by analyzing the intellectual and theological basis of their polemics on the key issues of justification and the Eucharist. It demonstrates how they drew upon a blend of scholastic and humanistic elements to oppose religious innovation while simultaneously submitting to the schism with Rome. In conclusion, it reassesses the fatal weaknesses and enduring contributions of their position. Between 1535 and 1558, Bishops Gardiner, Tunstal, and Bonner, the theologian Richard Smith, the layman Miles Huggarde, and other traditionalists mounted a spirited defense of Catholic teaching.

Macek, Ellen A. The Loyal Opposition: Tudor Traditionalist Polemics, 1535-1558. Studies in Church History, Vol. 7. 299 p. efforts to preserve Catholic teaching on justification and the sacraments

Macek, Ellen A. efforts to preserve Catholic teaching on justification and the sacraments. Their heirs were the High Anglicans of the Laudian church and Tractarian movement.

In parliamentary systems of government, the loyal opposition is the opposition parties in the legislature

In parliamentary systems of government, the loyal opposition is the opposition parties in the legislature. The word loyal indicates that the non-governing parties may oppose the actions of the sitting cabinet while remaining loyal to the source of the government's power.

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Between 1535 and 1558, Bishops Gardiner, Tunstal, and Bonner, the theologian Richard Smith, the layman Miles Huggarde, and other traditionalists mounted a spirited defense of Catholic teaching. Ellen Macek's The Loyal Opposition breaks new ground by analyzing the intellectual and theological basis of their polemics on the key issues of justification and the Eucharist. It demonstrates how they drew upon a blend of scholastic and humanistic elements to oppose religious innovation while simultaneously submitting to the schism with Rome. In conclusion, it reassesses the fatal weaknesses and enduring contributions of their position.

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