Has Anglicanism always had a stable duration as the church of England before the 19th century?

Asked by: Adam2
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  • The Danish influence on England is pretty strong

    When Anglicanism became the official church under Henry VIII, it was not long before another church became the official church. Not too long, at least 50 years after, maybe even less, King James of Scotland took the throne, changing it from Anglican to Presbyterianism. Then you had his two sons, and then later on, you had Cromwell, and starting for most of the 18th century, England was Lutheran under the first two Georgian king. Only after 19th century came, was Anglican the religion for two years straight. Anyone get this impression.

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