One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
The doctrine that the state should have supremacy over the Church in ecclesiastical matters (wrongly attributed to Erastus).
- ‘No Jacobite before 1716, he was driven to Jacobite intrigue by one-party tyranny and Whig Erastianism.’
- ‘Maurice did not regard himself as Broad Church, and his socialism seems at odds with Arnold's Erastianism.’
- ‘The doctrine ever since known as Erastianism still lives on in the Church of England, as least so far as episcopal appointments are concerned.’
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