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About the Author
Natalie Mears and Alec Ryrie, both at Durham University, UK
Natalie Mears, Alec Ryrie, Hannah Cleugh, Bryan D. Spinks, Peter McCullough, Jonathan Willis, Christopher Marsh, John Craig, Trevor Cooper, Judith Maltby.
Table of Contents
Contents: Introduction: worship and the parish church, Natalie Mears and Alec Ryrie; Teaching in praying words? Worship and theology in the early modern English parish, Hannah Cleugh; Special nationwide worship and the Book of Common Prayer in England, Wales and Ireland, 1533-1642, Natalie Mears; The Elizabethan Primers: symptoms of an ambiguous settlement or devotional weaning?, Bryan D. Spinks; The fall and rise of fasting in the British Reformations, Alec Ryrie; Music reconciled to preaching: a Jacobean moment?, Peter McCullough; Protestant worship and the discourse of music in Reformation England, Jonathan Willis; ‘At it ding dong’: recreation and religion in the English belfry, 1580-1640, Christopher Marsh; Bodies at prayer in early modern England, John Craig; ‘Wise as serpents’: the form and setting of public worship at Little Gidding in the 1630s, Trevor Cooper; ‘Extravagencies and impertinencies’: set forms, conceived and extempore prayer in Revolutionary England, Judith Maltby; Index.