This book examines the complexities of reformed religion in early-modern England, through an examination of the experiences of Edwin Sandys, a prominent member of the Elizabethan Church hierarchy. Sandys was an ardent evangelical in the Edwardian era forced into exile under Mary I, but on his return to England he became a leader of the Elizabethan Church. He was Bishop of Worcester and London and finally Archbishop of York. His transformation from Edwardian radical to a defender of the Elizabethan status quo illustrated the changing role of the Protestant hierarchy. His fight against Catholicism dominated much of his actions, but his irascible personality also saw him embroiled in numerous conflicts and left him needing to defend his own status.
|Place of Publication||New York & Abingdon|
|Publisher||Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group|
|Number of pages||224|
|ISBN (Print)||9780367353155, 0367353156|
|Publication status||Published - 29 Aug 2019|
|Name||Routledge Research in Early Modern History|
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