Cranmer, in short, was as complete and convinced an Erastian as any layman could possibly have been.
There were priests and there were prophets, but the State was decidedly "Erastian."
When occasion calls, you'll find all your friends—your half-hearted, carping, Erastian friends—ranged up tight beside you.
As a churchman he was a decided Erastian, and strongly opposed to the High Church party.
They took no miserably low and Erastian views of the sacred ministry, as if it were an office of mere human order and appointment.
In politics he was a Whig, in his Church views an Erastian; and in the defence of his principles he was honest and courageous.
The great Selden was an Erastian; a distinction extremely obscure.
He was still lost amidst the darkness and loneliness, the chaotic ends and mean shifts, of an Erastian world.
His ecclesiastical position was Erastian and latitudinarian, and his practical aim in Church politics comprehension.
On the other hand, it gave much annoyance to Richelieu, now the all-powerful and extremely Erastian prime minister.