The Cambridge Companion to Puritanism

The Cambridge Companion to Puritanism

by John Coffey, Paul Chang-Ha Lim
     
 

This Companion views Puritanism from new angles and reveals the surprising diversity that fermented beneath its surface.See more details below

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This Companion views Puritanism from new angles and reveals the surprising diversity that fermented beneath its surface.

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ISBN-13:
9780521860888
Publisher:
Cambridge University Press
Publication date:
11/10/2008
Series:
Cambridge Companions to Religion Series
Pages:
400
Product dimensions:
6.10(w) x 9.10(h) x 1.20(d)

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Table of Contents

Introduction John Coffey and Paul C. H. Lim; Part I. English Puritanism: 1. Antipuritanism Patrick Collinson; 2. The growth of English Puritanism John Craig; 3. Early Stuart Puritanism Tom Webster; 4. The Puritan revolution John Morrill; 5. Later Stuart Puritanism John Spurr; Part II. Beyond England: 6. Puritanism and the Continental Reformed Churches Anthony Milton; 7. The Puritan experiment in New England, 1630–60 Francis J. Bremer; 8. New England, 1660–1730 David D. Hall; 9. Puritanism in Ireland and Wales Crawford Gribben; 10. The problem of Scotland's Puritans Margo Todd; Part III. Major Themes: 11. Practical divinity and spirituality Charles Hambrick-Stowe; 12. Puritan polemical divinity and doctrinal controversy Dewey D. Wallace, Jr.; 13. Puritans and the Church of England: historiography and ecclesiology Paul C. H. Lim; 14. Radical Puritanism, c.1558–1660 David R. Como; 15. Puritan millenarianism in old and New England Jeffrey K. Jue; 16. The Godly and popular culture Alexandra Walsham; 17. Puritanism and gender Ann Hughes; 18. Puritanism and literature N. H. Keeble; Part IV. Puritanism and Posterity: 19. Puritan legacies John Coffey; 20. The historiography of Puritanism Peter Lake.

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