Render Unto Caesar: Ecclesiastical Politics in the Reign of Queen Anne
Dates: January 19, 2023
Meets: 1:00 PM to 2:15 PM
Location: Creutzburg Center
Course Fee: $39.00
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Thomas Jefferson famously wrote that the Constitution built “a wall of separation between Church & State.” No such separation existed in England. The monarch is “supreme governor” of the Established Church of England. No monarch took this role more seriously than Queen Anne. Political considerations often intervened in her efforts to protect the church’s integrity. Clashing political parties used church appointments to reward their followers. Churchmen became active in secular, political disputes. Examine these clashes and their significance.
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R. Barry Levis
R. Barry Levis, PhD, Professor Emeritus, History, Rollins College (ret 2013); Director, Humanities Program, Hamilton Holt School of Rollins College, 1981-2012; Director, Graduate Program, Liberal Studies, Rollins College (1990-2000)firstname.lastname@example.org
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