'Conformists' and 'Church Trimmers': the Liturgical Legacy of Restoration AnglicanismAnglican and Episcopal History
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AbstractThe attention paid to religion in recent accounts of Restoration England has had the refreshing result of adding complexity to the traditionally one-dimensional image of the established Church in this period. No longer is "Anglicanism" seen as synonymous with the reactionary creed of country gentlemen.
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Citation InformationJohn D. Ramsbottom. "'Conformists' and 'Church Trimmers': the Liturgical Legacy of Restoration Anglicanism" Anglican and Episcopal History Vol. 64 Iss. 1 (1995) p. 17 - 36
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