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Our incomparable liturgy” was regarded by ten generations of Englishmen altogether ignorant of Latin and Oriental rites as the ne plus ultra of Christian worship. Novelists like George Eliot and Thomas Hardy reveal its inﬂuences upon the speech, and therefore the thinking, of country folk until well into the nineteenth century. Its idiom saturated the language and remained normative for literary culture down to the Second World War. The Book of Common Prayer both presupposes and inculcates what I shall call a “Catholic” ecclesiology: by which I mean a conception of the Church not as a voluntary, human society of like-minded believers but as a divine society, transcending space and time, uniting the living and the dead, joined with angelic creatures in the everlasting praise of God: To thee all Angels cry aloud; The Heavens, and all the Powers therein.
Tory or High-Church ecclesiastical and civil polity was fully consistent with, if not actually entailed by, the ecclesiology of the Prayer Book. But that ecclesiology is itself a consequence of Pauline soteriology: and Pauline soteriology depended upon the central Christological conception, only deﬁned adequately in the ﬁfth century, of Christ as being both fully human and fully divine. The doctrine of the Holy Trinity can he regarded as a corollary of the Incarnation. ” Now if it could be shown convincingly both that orthodox Christology (and only orthodox Christology) implied the principle of subordination and also that the principle of subordination (and only the principle of subordination) implied orthodox Christology we should have a convenient method of demonstrating Clark’s claim that theological heterodoxy was “conceptually basic” to “radical” or “democratic” political doctrines in the eighteenth century (or indeed at any other time).
Though there were plenty of Anglican divines, who interpreted the Articles and other formularies in a Catholic sense they could always be ignored or dismissed by the Dissenters as “Romanizers” and in many cases countered by opposing passages from the writings of Low-Church (or “Latitudinarian”) divines such as Hoadley or Chillingworth. But the Prayer Book was something that every churchgoing English man, woman and child – that is to say, the vast majority of the population – heard continually from earliest infancy to the last hours of their lives.
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