Laudain Reforms

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  • Laudian Reforms
    • Laud Himself
      • Leading arminist since the 1620's
      • His highest position under James was the Bishop of St James
        • James Acknowledged his skill of debate, he also feared laud might emulate the Dutch Armenians by stirring up controversy and undermine the unity of the church
      • 1627- Laud was appointed to the privy council
        • 1628 - Bishop of London
          • 1633- Bishop of Canterbury
            • Laud Himself
              • Leading arminist since the 1620's
              • His highest position under James was the Bishop of St James
                • James Acknowledged his skill of debate, he also feared laud might emulate the Dutch Armenians by stirring up controversy and undermine the unity of the church
              • 1627- Laud was appointed to the privy council
                • 1628 - Bishop of London
                  • 1633- Bishop of Canterbury
      • Uniformity
        • Appointed men that had the same ideas as him and intolerance
      • A learned Clergy
        • Made generous gifts Oxford University
      • Changes within the church
        • The Alter was moved to the east end of the church and railed off
        • Insisted on wearing of the surplice and bowing in the name of Jesus

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