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Introduction: the Restoration, the Reformation, and the royal supremacy; 1. Foundations and legacies: the Reformation and the royal supremacies, 1530-1660; 2. The Crown and the Cavalier Anglicans: prerogative, Parliament, and ecclesiastical law; 3. Spiritual authority and royal jurisdiction: the question of bishops; 4. Dissenters and the supremacy: the question of toleration; 5. Anticlericals and 'Erastians': the spectre of Hobbes; 6. Catholics and Anglicans: James II and Catholic supremacy; Conclusion.
Jacqueline Rose is a lecturer and Director of Studies at Newnham College, Cambridge. She researches and teaches extensively on early modern political, religious and intellectual history.
'... a major achievement. Thanks to its ambitious scope, and thoughtful dissection of the works of so many thinkers, it will become an indispensable guide to some of the most important questions about church and state in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.' Christopher Brooks, Reviews in History (history.ac.uk/reviews) 'This book is one of the most scholarly treatments of the Restoration Church of England to have appeared in several years ... [and] is to be thoroughly recommended to all students of the later seventeenth century.' Journal of British Studies 'Godly Kingship is likely to prove enduringly useful to scholars of the Restoration.' Joel Swann, The Seventeenth Century