“The Humble Advice of the Assembly of Divines”

In 1643, the English Long Parliament authorized clerical representatives from across the nation to regularly met at Westminster Abbey in London to advise on a far-reaching ecclesiastical system to guide the churches of England, Scotland and Ireland. The  ongoing work of the Westminster Assembly epitomized the complexities of church reformation in the early seventeenth century as it negotiated the intersecting paths of theology, politics and the daily realities of godly society: all cast amidst an ongoing Civil War.

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