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Relgious Policy Created by James I

Summary: Essay reviews the religious policy created by James I in England.
James' Religious policy had several objectives but there were three major objectives he had. The first of these was to maintain good relations with Scotland. James knew developing a national church would have repercussions in the other nation. His second objective was to segregate moderate critics from more extremist opponents and also the preservation of stability through the careful balancing of the Calvinist and Arminian factions within the ranks of the conformist clergy. What needs to be considered is which of these objectives were achieved and which were not and moreover what consequences they had on religion as a whole. It should be looked at what the overall impact of the Religious policy had.

With regards to James' first objection he wanted to maintain good relations with Scotland. The Articles of Perth which he imposed on the Scottish church angered the Scottish people. Here is an example which...

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