See also:analogy of Catharism (see
See also:CATHARS)—tO the
See also:movement for greater strictness of
See also:life and simplicity in worship which
See also:grew up in the
See also:Church of England in the 16th century among those who thought that there had not been a sufficient divergence from the
See also:Roman Church, and which ultimately led to the rise of a number of separatist denominations .
See also:Fuller (Church
See also:History) traces the earliest use of the
See also:term "Puritan" to 1564 . The terms " Precisian," " Puritan," " Presbyterian," were all used by Archbishop
See also:Parker in his letters about this
See also:time as nicknames for the same party, and ten years later the name was in
See also:common use .
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