Vexen Crabtree 2015

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Sociology, Theology, Anti-Religion and Exploration: Forcing Humanity Forwards



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It should be noted for completeness that many earlier attempts to change the act of settlement floundered not only on CoE resistance but also catholic resistance. The Catholic church has often spoken against such attempts because they were linked to the disestablishment of the CoE and many in the catholic church thought it better to have some kind of Christians with official status than none at all.

I don't know how often these specific reforms have been tried as opposed to ones not so designed as to preserve the monarch's status as Head of the CoE, but I think it can be assumed that this is a pivotal part of the success of the current reforms.

Thanks for that additional information, my friend.

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