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THE CHURCH

doubted whether more than one in thirteen of the Parliamentary electors is a communicant Anglican,"(l) removes the second.
The continuing connection between church and State is shown in a variety of ways. Parliament, although it includes the representatives of Scotland, Wales, and Northern Ireland, and of many creeds as well as none, still has supreme control over the church. This applies not only in matters of organisation, or of the relations between the church and the citizen, but to questions of doctrine. The Church of England Assembly (Powers) Act, Igrg, simplified the process of church legislation by providing that when a measure had passed through the General Assembly of the church it should only require a single resolution of approval by the two Houses of Parliament before going forward for the royal assent, but it retained thereby the supremacy of the King in Parliament. The actual link between church and State law-making machinery is provided by the legislative committee of the Assembly and the ecclesiastical committee of Parliament, the latter giving preliminary consideration to an Assembly measure, and its report being presented to Parliament together with the measure. The case of the revised Prayer Book revealed some of the chief difficulties of this situation. Having passed through the General Assembly with large majorities in each of the three Houses of Bishops, Clergy, and Laity, and having been approved by most of the Diocesan Conferences, it clearly represented the views and wishes of the overwhelming mass of active members of the church. Yet it was rejected on doctrinal grounds by the House of Commons. The position since that rejection, and as a consequence of it, has been that this revised Prayer

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