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The English church in the Middle Ages

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THE LIBRARY OF THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA LOSANGELES 0'^ J :C^ Digitized by tine Internet Arciiive in 2008 witii funding from IVIicrosoft Corporation littp://www.arcliive.org/details/englislicliurcliinmOOIiunt Cpocfts 0f C!)Utc!) JDistorp edited by the Hon.Right and Right Rev. MANDELL CREIGHTON, D.D, LATB LOUD BlSHOl' OK LONDON THE ENGLISH CHURCH IN THE MIDDLE AGES Church History.Epochs of MANDELL CREIGHTON, D.D., LL.D.,Edited by LATE LORD BISHOP OF LONDON Fcap. 8vo, price zs. 6d. each. THE ENGLISH CHURCH IN OTHER LANDS. By the Rev. W. M.A.H. Tucker. REFORMATION IN ENGLAND.THE HISTORY OF THE By the Rev. Perry, M.A.George G. THE EARLY FATHERS. By AlfredCHURCH OF THE Plummer. D.D. EIGHTEENTHTHE EVANGELICAL REVIVAL IN THE CENTURY. By the Rev. H. Overtcn, D.D.J. theA HISTORY OF THE UNIVERSITY OF OXFORD. By Hon. G. C. Brodrick, D.C.L. OF CAMBRIDGE. ByA OF THE I. Bass Mullinger, M.A. ByTHE CHURCH AND THE ROMAN EMPIRE. the Rev. A. Carr, M.A. HenryTHE AND THE PURITANS, 1570-1660. By Offley Wakeman, M.A. EMPIRE. By the Rev.THE CHURCH AND THE EASTERN H. F. TozER, M.A. W. Stephens, B.D.AND HIS TIMES. ByW. R.HILDEBRAND IN THE MIDDLE AGES. By theTHE ENGLISH CHURCH W. M.A.Rev. Hunt, THE HOHENSTAUFEN. By Ugo Balzani.THE POPES AND Ward,COUNTER-REFORMATION. By A. W. Litt.D.THE MOVEMENTS FOR REFORM. By R. L.WYCLIFFE AND Poole, M.A., Ph.D. By H. M. Gwatkin, M.A.THE ARIAN CONTROVERSY. AND CO.
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THE LIBRARY
OF
THE UNIVERSITY
OF CALIFORNIA
LOSANGELES0'^
J
:C^Digitized by tine Internet Arciiive
in 2008 witii funding from
IVIicrosoft Corporation
littp://www.arcliive.org/details/englislicliurcliinmOOIiuntCpocfts 0f C!)Utc!) JDistorp
edited by the
Hon.Right and Right Rev. MANDELL CREIGHTON, D.D,
LATB LOUD BlSHOl' OK LONDON
THE ENGLISH CHURCH IN THE MIDDLE
AGESChurch History.Epochs of
MANDELL CREIGHTON, D.D., LL.D.,Edited by
LATE LORD BISHOP OF LONDON
Fcap. 8vo, price zs. 6d. each.
THE ENGLISH CHURCH IN OTHER LANDS. By the Rev.
W. M.A.H. Tucker.
REFORMATION IN ENGLAND.THE HISTORY OF THE
By the Rev. Perry, M.A.George G.
THE EARLY FATHERS. By AlfredCHURCH OF THE
Plummer. D.D.
EIGHTEENTHTHE EVANGELICAL REVIVAL IN THE
CENTURY. By the Rev. H. Overtcn, D.D.J.
theA HISTORY OF THE UNIVERSITY OF OXFORD. By
Hon. G. C. Brodrick, D.C.L.
OF CAMBRIDGE. ByA OF THE
I. Bass Mullinger, M.A.
ByTHE CHURCH AND THE ROMAN EMPIRE. the Rev.
A. Carr, M.A.
HenryTHE AND THE PURITANS, 1570-1660. By
Offley Wakeman, M.A.
EMPIRE. By the Rev.THE CHURCH AND THE EASTERN
H. F. TozER, M.A.
W. Stephens, B.D.AND HIS TIMES. ByW. R.HILDEBRAND
IN THE MIDDLE AGES. By theTHE ENGLISH CHURCH
W. M.A.Rev. Hunt,
THE HOHENSTAUFEN. By Ugo Balzani.THE POPES AND
Ward,COUNTER-REFORMATION. By A. W. Litt.D.THE
MOVEMENTS FOR REFORM. By R. L.WYCLIFFE AND
Poole, M.A., Ph.D.
By H. M. Gwatkin, M.A.THE ARIAN CONTROVERSY.
AND CO.LONGMANS, GREEN,
YORK, AND BOMBAYLONDON, NEWTHE ENGLISH CIIUliCH
IN THE
MIDDLE AGES
BY
WILLIAM HUNT
NEW IMPRESSION
LONGMANS, GREEN, AND CO.
39 PATERNOSTER ROVi", LONDON,
NEW YORK AXD BOMBAY.
1903.
All ri(;ht8 reserved.PREFACE.
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relations of theintended to illustrate theThis book is
the Englishwith the papacy and withEnglish Church
against the abusesthe revolt of WyclifState down to
system ofround the ecclesiasticalwhich had gathered
the papacythe Great Schism inthe Middle Ages, and
the whole ofaffected the ideas ofwhich materially
expedient towas thoughtWestern Christendom. It
somein a narrative form, anddeal with these subjects
and somehad to be filled up,have thereforegaps
done as far as possiblesupplied. This has beenlinks
the moral condi-of matters which bear onby notices
show how far it wasChurch, and serve totion of the
the example andvarious periods to bequalified at
however, hasof the nation. No attempt,instructor
history on a smallwrite a completebeen made to
by many points,I have designedly passedscale, and
in order toof interest and importance,in themselves
proper subjects.space as might be to mygive as muchvi Preface.
Besides, this volume has been written as one of a
series in which the missions to the Teutonic peoples,
the various aspects of Monasticism, the question of
Investitures, and the place which the University of
Oxford fills in our Church's history have been, or will
be, treated separately. Accordingly I have not touched
any of these things further than seemed absolutelyon
necessary.
wishI that, limited as my task has been, I could
believe that it has been adequately performed. No
one can understand the character, or appreciate the
claims, of the English Church who has not studied its
history from the beginning, and it is hoped that this
little book may do something, however small, towards
spreading a correct idea of the part that the Church
has borne in the progress of the nation, and of the
on which its members maintain that it hasgrounds
first been National Church, as regards itsfrom the a
life and attitude as well as itsinherent independent
and peculiar relations with the State. Aintimate
grasp of the position it held during the Middlefirm
understanding of theAges is necessary to a right
with accomplished in the six-final rupture Rome
complete safeguardteenth century, and will afford a
against the vulgar error of regarding the Church as a