Being Protestant in Reformation Britain Paperback
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Being Protestant in Reformation Britain
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That combination, for good or ill, gave the Protestant experience its particular quality of restless, creative zeal. The Protestant devotional experience also shows us that this was a broad-based religion: for all the differences across time, between two countries, between men and women, and between puritans and conformists, this was recognisably a unified culture, in which common experiences and practices cut across supposed divides. Alec Ryrie shows us Protestantism, not as the preachers on all sides imagined it, but as it was really lived.
Being Protestant in Reformation Britain by Alec Ryrie was published by Oxford University Press in June 2015. The ISBN for Being Protestant in Reformation Britain is 9780198736653.
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|Page last updated||9th October 2016|
|Author / Artist||Alec Ryrie|
|Publisher||Oxford University Press (June 2015)|
|Number of Pages||520|