Implications of Vestiarian Controversy

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  • Implications of Vestiarian Controversy
    • Showed extent of Queen's willingness to protect religious settlement
      • e.g. continually pressurising Parker
    • showed differences among Protestants
      • e.g. Salisbury and Durham sympathised with dissidents
      • Emphasised tension between need to get rid of Catholicism and need to remain loyal to Queen
    • showed Queen unable to exercise will in all respects
    • Deprived clergy wanted moral support from contintent
      • Yet Henrich Bullinger of Zurich refused to support them as believed it would jeopardise reform in England
  • e.g. Sampson protected by Earl of Huntingdon - got other positions within Church


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