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Church Courts, Sex and Marriage in England, 15701640 (Past and Present Publications)

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British & Irish history: c 1500 to c 1700, Ecclesiastical (canon) law, Ecclesiology & Church government, c 1500 to c 1600, c 1600 to c 1700, Legal Reference / Law Profession, Law, History: American, England, Legal History, Law / Legal History, Mar
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This in-depth, richly documented study of the sex and marriage business dealt with under church law, based on the records of the courts in Wiltshire, Cambridgeshire, Leicestershire and West Sussex in the period –, presents a more balanced and more positive view.

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Martin Ingram’s book Church Courts, Sex and Marriage in England, – is celebrated for many reasons. Not least, it is recognised for its importance in rescuing ecclesiastical courts from previous unfavourable assessments that branded them corrupt and inefficient.

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Church courts, sex, and marriage in England, The court registrars recorded the events in act or court books which provide a summary of the case or perhaps a detailed account of proceedings.

The citations, which summoned a defendant to court, contain useful information by naming the person and the person's parish.

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Ingram, Martin. Church Courts, Sex and Marriage in England, Brian P. Levack, "An Ordered Society: Gender and Class in Early Modern England. Susan Dwyer Amussen Church Courts, Sex and Marriage in England, Martin Ingram," The Journal of Modern Hist no.

4 (Dec., ): Alison Wall Department of History University of Sydney. Ingram, M., Church courts, sex and marriage in England (Past and Present publications), Cambridge, C.U.P., ; pp.

xiii, ; 17 tables; 2 maps; R.R.P. A U S $ It is good to see Martin Ingram's much consulted Ph.D. thesis become a substantial book. The Church of England has stated that sex belongs only within heterosexual marriage, and that sex in gay or straight civil partnerships “falls short of God’s purpose for human beings”.

Church Courts, Sex and Marriage in England,by Martin Ingram. Cambridge and New York: Cambridge University Press, Pp. xiii + $ Reviewer: Coppelia Kahn Martin Ingram's vignettes of sexual behavior in early modern England, culled from records of the ecclesiastical or "bawdy courts," do not strike the ear as smartly.

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Marriage is available in England and Wales to both opposite-sex and same-sex couples and is legally recognised in the forms of both civil and religious marriage.

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The House of Bishops of the Church of England issued pastoral guidance in response to the recent introduction to mixed-sex civil partnerships, which says: “For Christians, marriage – that is, the lifelong union between a man and a woman, contracted with the making of vows –. Buy Church Courts Sex and Marriage In England by Martin Ingram ISBN edition Church Courts Sex and Marriage in England Past and Present Martin Ingram Cambridge University Press.

It is increasingly widely averred that one of those burning injustices to which LGBT people are subject is that the Church of England is prohibited by statute from performing services of same-sex marriage. The Marriage (Same Sex Couples Act) enshrined certain protections for clergy in the Church of England and the Church in Wales, to take.

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It also recognizes that some marriages sadly do fail and, if this should happen, it seeks to be available for all involved. The Church accepts that, in exceptional circumstances, a divorced person may marry again in church during the lifetime of a former.

The introduction of same sex marriage in our country is a new reality and has consequences for the life and discipline of the Church of England. We seek to model a distinctive and generous witness to Jesus Christ in our pastoral guidance to the Church at this time which is set out in the Appendix to this letter.