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As we shall see, Jewel was happy to appropriate Martyr’s arguments, however inapplicable they might be for the questions he would address. 109 This was followed by the allowance of clerical marriage, the introduction of a Protestant liturgy and its imposition as the only legal form of service in 1549, a new ordinal and finally, a revised and far more Reformed Book of Common Prayer in 1552, complete with a quasi-Zwinglian Eucharistic service. Jewel’s 104 A Defence of the True and Catholick Doctrine of the Sacrament of the Body and Blood of our Saviour Christ, with a confutation of sundry errors concerning the same grounded and stablished upon God’s holy Word, and approved by the consent of the most ancient Doctors of the Church.

Le Bas, Life of Jewel, pp. 17–19. JEWEL TILL 1558 25 Jewel’s progress at Oxford paralleled that of Protestantism in England. 81 The importance of the liturgical changes, largely effected by Cranmer, have little bearing on Jewel’s life under Edward VI, though they do affect him during Mary’s reign. He was ordained under Cranmer’s ordinal, and thus officiated as a priest with first the 1549 and then the 1552 editions of the Prayer Book. The matter of Jewel’s relationship to the Edwardian Prayer Books shall be addressed in discussing the controversy at Frankfurt.

A specific fact mentioned in the 15 October letter, the deprivation of Judge Hales, makes evident that this was written in 1553. 135 But even this modicum of comfort changed by the end of the year. 138 The visitation, acting upon the first Marian injunctions, issued 4 March 1554, reset the ecclesiastical clock to the reign of Henry VIII, and repealed any notion that bishops acted by the authority of the queen (regia auctoritate fulcitus). ’139 According to Humphrey, Jewel soon thereafter took flight, fleeing to London on foot, though by an alternative route that he might not be detected.

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