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episcopalian non-jurors in the C18th - Louis - 21-05-2008 08:00 AM
Recently whilst revising for my 18th century module for examinations I came across some information that suggested the non-juror episcopalians attempted to approach the Orthodox Church for admittance. There was nothing further. I wonder if anyone knows anything about this?
- admin - 21-05-2008 09:57 AM
Yes, that was a very interesting period in Church history. They contacted the Greeks, and had to wait quite a while for replies. In the end the Anglican Church warned the Greeks off the non-jurors and it all fizzled out.
Here is an interesting paper on the subject of the Non-Jurors and the Eastern Orthodox.
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I think that Abba Seraphim knows a lot about the Non-Jurors.
- Louis - 21-05-2008 11:31 AM
Thank you Peter.