The History of Leith

October 28, 2011

James VI and the Revival of Episcopacy in Scotland: 1596–1600

King James VI and I had a taste for aphorisms, a circumstance which has occasionally misled the historians of his reign. James’s deeply held and lifelong attachment to the doctrine of the divine right of kings is well known and unquestionable; so when, at the Hampton Court Conference, he said, “No bishop, no king”, for more click here

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