CCMETCoupled-Cluster Many-Electron Theory
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Consequently, the act of creating scripts may have seemed a futile effort to their original authors, actors, and producers (Johnston, CCMET, 7-8).
For further information regarding these differing perspectives on medieval and early English drama, see Johnston, CCMET, 1-2).
Sectarianism within Protestant factions may have contributed to injunctions against this kind of playing, but--based on the fact that beginning in the 1530s English law forbade any representation of God, Christ, or the Holy Spirit and also any portrayal and veneration of saints--it seems more likely that plays were forbidden by changes in English law (Clopper, 102-109; Johnston, CCMET, 20-22).