A good introduction in the religious thinking of sir roger scruton the book is a philosophical and historical view of the church in england both the low church and the high church are discussed as well the catholic church scruton argument is one for an established church. Our church a personal history of the church of england atlantic books nov 2012 for most people in england today the church is simply the empty building at the end of the road visited for the first time if at all when dead. Get this from a library our church a personal history of the church of england roger scruton for most people in england today the church is simply the empty building at the end of the road visited for the first time if at all when dead it offers its sacraments to a population that . The roots of the church of england go back to the time of the roman empire when a christian church came into existence in what was then the roman province of britain the early christian writers tertullian and origen mention the existence of a british church in the third century ad and in the fourth . The formal history of the church of england is traditionally dated by the church to the gregorian mission to england by saint augustine of canterbury in ad 597 as a result of augustines mission christianity in england from anglican english perspective came under the authority of the popehowever in 1534 king henry viii declared himself to be supreme head of the church of england
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