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Religious Policy 16601667

Religious toleration
Charles' own sexual immorality and lax court life did little to uphold the Christian
teachings and made him seem indifferent to religion he supported toleration and
wanted the Anglican Church to include a range of protestant opinion.

In 1660, the position of Anglicanism was uncertain,…

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The Conventicle Act 1664 (part of the Clarendon code)
This banned any group of people meeting together if it was unauthorised by the
Anglican Church.

The Five Mile Act 1665 (part of the Clarendon code)
This banned ministers who had lost their position in the Anglican Church by the act…


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