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3) Religious divisions emerging within parliament 1642-1646
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What was the Westminster assembly?
Brought together mainly Puritan preachers and theological doctors
Who acted as the Covenanters representative in London?
What is Baillie known for doing?
Successfully converting so e members of parliament to Presbyterianism
When was laud executed?
What happened religion wise after laud was executed?
The book of common prayer was abolished.
A Presbyterian 'directory of worship' was established
When did Parliament issue an ordinance setting up a 'national Presbyterian church'
MPs and the gentry generally preferred a what type of church?
A state run church, answerable to parliament. Demanded generally a single, uniformed, national church
What did the the Scots and the Presbyterian divines want?
Wanted the clergy in the new national church to be separate from state, as in Scotland. They were suspicious of the 'national Presbyterian church under parliamentary control' that had been established in August 1645
What did the independents want?
Toleration of more radical 'Congregationalist' churches for example the baptists. The relaxation of censorship and the collapse of the established church order during the war, which had allowed more radical church ground to emerge and they now demanded for the religious liberty for which they had fought. Cromwell is known to have favoured this and others were moving towards him in parliament. Lord Saye and Sele led the argument for this in the House of Lords. The rank and file of the army were known to have favoured this policy too
Despite the efforts of the independents what was approved in March 1646 and in October 1646?
The approval from the lords of the August 1645 ordinance. In October 1646 a parliamentary ordinance was passed abolishing bishops altogether.
Who were happy with these advancements?
Political Presbyterians (Who made pu the majority in parliament)
Who were not satisfied?
The moderate church of England gentry and the religious radicals
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