The Crisis of British Protestantism Paperback

Church Power in the Puritan Revolution, 1638-44

by Hunter Powell;


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The Crisis of British Protestantism

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This book seeks to bring coherence to two of the most studied periods in British history, Caroline non-conformity (pre-1640) and the British revolution (post-1642). It does so by focusing on the pivotal years of 1638-44 where debates around non-conformity within the Church of England morphed into a revolution between Parliament and its king. Parliament, saddled with the responsibility of re-defining England's church, called its Westminster assembly of divines to debate and define the content and boundaries of that new church. Typically this period has been studied as either an ecclesiastical power struggle between Presbyterians and independents, or as the harbinger of modern religious toleration. This book challenges those assumptions and provides an entirely new framework for understanding one of the most important moments in British history.

The Crisis of British Protestantism by Hunter Powell was published by Manchester University Press in January 2017. The ISBN for The Crisis of British Protestantism is 9781526106735.

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Author / Artist
Book FormatPaperback
PublisherManchester University Press (January 2017)
Weight427g
Number of Pages304
Thickness16 mm
Height234 mm
Width156 mm
ISBN9781526106735
ISBN-101526106736
Product Code4535112
Page last updated 1st April 2018
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