The Oxford history of Protestant dissenting traditions. Volume I, The post-reformation era, 1559-1689 / edited by John Coffey.

A study of the fragmented nature of post-Reformation English Protestentism and the Dissenters who offered theological alternatives to Anglican traditions through Presbyterianism, Baptism, and Quakerism. This book explains the spread of these Dissenting traditions and the adoption of religious plural...

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Other Authors: Coffey, John, 1969- (Editor)
Format: Electronic
Published: Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2020.
Series:Oxford history of Protestant dissenting traditions.
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Table of Contents:
  • Presbyterianism in Elizabethan and Early Stuart England / Polly Ha
  • Presbyterians in the English Revolution / Elliot Vernon
  • Presbyterians in the Restoration / George Southcombe
  • Congregationalists / Tim Cooper
  • Separatists and Baptists / Michael A.G. Haykin
  • Early Quakerism and its origins / Ariel Hessayon
  • The Dutch Republic : English and Scottish Dissenters in Dutch Exile, c. 1575-1688 / Cory Cotter
  • Scotland / R. Scott Spurlock
  • Ireland / Crawford Gribben
  • Wales, 1587-1689 / Lloyd Bowen
  • Dissent in New England / Francis J. Bremer
  • Colonail Quakerism / Andre R. Murphy, Adrian Chastain Weimer
  • Dissent in the parishes / W.J. Sheils
  • Dissent and the state : persecution and toleration / Jacqueline Rose
  • Dissent empowered : the Puritan revolution /Bernard Capp
  • The print culture of early nonconformity : from Martin Marprelate to Reliquiœ Baxterianœ / N.H. Keeble
  • The Bible and theology / John Coffey
  • Worship and sacraments / Susan Hardman Moore
  • Sermons and preaching / David J. Apple-- Women and gender / Rachel Adock
  • Being a dissenter : lay experience in the gathered churches / Michael Davies, Ann Dunan-Page, Joel Halcomb.