The Records of a Church of Christ: Meeting in Broadmead, Bristol; 1640 1687; Edited for the Hanserd Knollys Society, With an Historical Introduction (Classic Reprint)

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The reign of Elizabeth was an era of conflict. Light struggled with darkness, and by the hands of its professed friends was shut up in the dark lanthorn of a state-establish ment. The world became enthroned in the church, and political considerations were of more importance than the laws of the King of kings. Every moral principle was set at nought, and every crooked path of state-expediency was trodden. 1 The law of the Lord, that perfect law, might be obeyed only so far as it_ was transcribed into the statute-book of the realm.

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Andrew Dickson White (1832-1918) did more than any other American to impress upon late nineteenth- and twentieth century thought the idea that science and religion are enemies locked in combat on an almost military scale. In 1849, he entered Geneva College and later enrolled in Yale. After graduating, White joined the University of Michigan as a lecturer in history. He returned to New York and won election to the state senate. Finally, White went on to become the first president and cofounder of Cornell University. He also is the author of books, including Seven Great Statesmen in the Warfare of Humanity with Unreason and a 1906 autobiography.

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