The Church of England went through Reformation as a backlash against the strict dogma of the Catholic Church. Christianity, until then, was focused on ritual and elitism. The Reformation allowed everyone access to the Bible and its teachings.
What religious reasons did the colonists have for wanting to be free from great Britain?
They did not belong to the Church of England, or they wished to convert away from that Church. ...
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What is the name of the Anglican church of England?
I think you have answered your own question. Anglican Church in England is called the Church of England. The reigning monarch is the head of the Church of England ...
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What was the official church of england during the 1700?
The church of England is the official established church in England and the mother church of the worldwide angelican communion. ...
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What is the official state church of England?
The state Church in England is the Church of England made of two provinces, one based at York and the other at Canterbury. The Church of England is the mother Church of the worldwide Anglican Church. Within the British Isles the othr Anglican Churches affiliated to the Church of England are the Episcopalan Church of Scotland, The Church of Ireland, and the Church in Wales. ...
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Where did VIII build the church of England church?
Henry the Eighth defied the Pope of the time and made himself head of the Church in England. This is the origin of the Church of England. ...
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Any Church of England in Glasgow?
As far as I know, the Church of England is in England and the Church of Scotland is in Scotland. I live in Glasgow and have never seen a Church of England and I'd imagine if you live in England you wouldn't see a Church of Scotland either. Makes sense, doesn't it? ...