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Oliver Cromwell (Barnes & Noble Digital Library): A Study in Personal Religion
     

Oliver Cromwell (Barnes & Noble Digital Library): A Study in Personal Religion

by Robert F. Horton
 

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A fiery puritan in his youth, Cromwell became the most significant political figure in mid-seventeenth century England, leading the parliamentary forces in the English Civil War in overthrowing the Stuart monarchy of King Charles I. Dedicated to “The Young Free Churchmen of England,” the book explores his reign as lord protector, marked by religious

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A fiery puritan in his youth, Cromwell became the most significant political figure in mid-seventeenth century England, leading the parliamentary forces in the English Civil War in overthrowing the Stuart monarchy of King Charles I. Dedicated to “The Young Free Churchmen of England,” the book explores his reign as lord protector, marked by religious tolerance. This portrait of Cromwell and his religious views will surprise and intrigue history lovers.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781411452084
Publisher:
Barnes & Noble
Publication date:
05/03/2011
Series:
Barnes & Noble Digital Library
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
224
Sales rank:
777,835
File size:
286 KB

Meet the Author


Robert Forman Horton (1855–1934) was a British writer. He was educated at Oxford, where he was later appointed a history lecturer. In 1880 he became a pastor of the Congregational Church. His numerous publications include works on theology and history, as well as biographies, including Alfred Tennyson: A Saintly Life.

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