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The chapter on religious authority considers first the contempt both reformers and conformists had for the papacy.
Prior considers the arguments that both conformists and reformists made about the proper relationship between civil and ecclesiastical authority and notes that the writings of the period, whether presenting a case for civil or secular authority, were similar in their manner of argument and their use of a wide range of texts.
Millennials do not withdraw in disgust: They are not only more conformist hut more sanguine about politics.
Rather than emphasizing Luther and Calvin, he directs his attention to the works of some of the most important Elizabethan theologians: conformists Walter Travers and John Whitgift and non-conformists Thomas Cartwright and Walter Travers.
Whereas for earlier conformists the Church of England was a champion of true religion against anti-Christian Rome, the later Jacobean and Caroline ecclesiastical establishment sought to extricate itself from the confessional struggles of European Protestantism.
And for all of the stereotypes of Asians as conformists, there seems to be a big place for individualists and nonconformists in Hong Kong cinema.
Based on the brands they value, consumers can be grouped among these segments: Intellects, Conformists, Popularity Seekers, Pragmatists, Actives, Relief Seekers and Sentimentals.
As she persuasively demonstrates, both groups and many others besides, radicals as well as conformists, "literary" authors and controversialists, depended heavily upon the same "bride" and "temple" imagery drawn from St.
There are seven basic definitions of what brand quality is," said Alleborn, " Intellects, Conformists, Popularity Seekers, Pragmatists, Actives, Relief Seekers, or Sentimentals, based on the primary definition that they use.
English Calvinist conformists like George Herbert and John Donne certainly believed in outward compliance to their church's rites and forms," Doerksen admits, though he adds, "what we must notice is that they cared even more about conforming to the Word" (27).
There are more conformists than protesters in this volume, more gentle subverters than bloodthirsty revolutionaries - for a reason.