Politics And Protestantism (CH31) COO766
The Reformation was not only an exegetical revolution, it was also an ecclesiastical and political one. In this Tract, we briefly discuss what part politics played in the ecclesiastical history of both England and America. English Protestantism was certainly under attack from many different sources; and the House of Commons and even the House of Lords, entered into the ecclesiastical turmoil to try to sort things out. I believe, that subsequent history shows that the cause of Evangelical Protestantism was weakened in both countries, and that the cause of the Papal religion was later strengthened in both countries in the twentieth century and on up to the present time.