1 edition of Studies in English Puritanism from the restoration to the revolution 1660-1688 found in the catalog.
Studies in English Puritanism from the restoration to the revolution 1660-1688
C. E. Whiting
|Statement||by C. E. Whiting.|
|Series||Church historical society. Publications. new series,, 5|
|LC Classifications||BX9334 .W5|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 584 p.|
|Number of Pages||584|
|LC Control Number||31014839|
Read the full-text online edition of Puritanism and Revolution: Studies in Interpretation of the English Revolution of the 17th Century (). Such unity as they have derives from their concern with the interpretation of what used to be called "The Puritan Revolution". The title of the book is intended to emphasize a double disability from. The roots of Puritanism are to be found in the beginnings of the English Reformation. The name “Puritans” (they were sometimes called “precisionists”) was a term of contempt assigned to.
Hence, Christopher Hill begins his book, Society and Puritanism in Pre-Revolutionary England, with a chapter entitled, “The Definition of a Puritan.”2 Similarly, John Spurr, in his book on English Puritanism, has an introductory section on “Defining Puritans.”3 Other books that draw our attention to the problem of definition include. Puritan Literature Authors. There were many important Puritan authors of the day. Some of the more well-known include John Milton, Anne Bradstreet, Cotton Mather, and William Bradford.
from English Puritans. Beginning with a burst of books and pamphlets about , the literature of denunciation reached its culmination in William Prynne's Histrio-mastix in [ ] Prynne lost his ears for his labors because the king thought the book reflected on the royal taste for theatrical amusements; but Prynne had his way in The books Restoration, Revolution, and Rebellion are to be published in simplified Chinese by Folio (Beijing) Culture ＆Media Co., Ltd Edited Volumes: The Politics of Religion in Restoration England , ed. with Mark Goldie and Paul Seaward (Basil Blackwell, ), xii + pp.
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Get this from a library. Studies in English Puritanism from the Restoration to the Revolution. [C E Whiting]. Studies in English Puritanism from the restoration to the revolution [London] Society for promoting Christian knowledge; New York [etc.] Macmillan Co., (OCoLC) Online version: Whiting, C.E.
(Charles Edwin), Studies in English Puritanism from the restoration to the revolution Studies in English Puritanism from the Restoration to the Revolution, by Whiting, C. Frank Cass & Co. Ltd., This is an ex-library book and may have the usual library/used-book markings book has hardback covers. In good all round condition.
Dust Jacket in fair condition. Please note the Image in this listing is a stock photo and may not. The idea that there was an English Revolution in the seventeenth century was long ago exploded by the work of B. Wormald, Peter Laslett, J. Hexter, Hugh Trevor-Roper, Brunton and Pennington, Conrad Russell and many others; and the attraction and plausibility of Marxist historians took something of a knock when the Soviet Union Cited by: 4 For older studies that equate puritanism with nonconformity and include Quakers within its orbit, see C.
Whiting, Studies in English puritanism from the Restoration to the Revolution, – (London, ), and Gerald R. Cragg, Puritanism in the period of the great persecution, – (Cambridge, ).Cited by: The Puritans were English Protestants in the 16th and 17th centuries, who sought to purify the Church of England of Roman Catholic practices, maintaining that the Church of England had not been fully reformed and should become more Protestant.
Puritanism played a significant role in English history, especially during the Protectorate. Puritans were dissatisfied with the limited. The best introduction to Restoration Dissent is contained in M.
Watts, The Dissenters — From the Reformation to the French Revolution (Oxford, ; paperback reprint ). Google Scholar C. Whiting, Studies in English Puritanism from the Restoration to the Revolution, – (London, ; 2nd impression ) remains valuable. See C. Whiting, Studies in English Puritanism from the Restoration to the Revolution, – (), pp.
62–3, 75, ; Google Scholar Cliffe, Puritan Gentry Besieged. Puritanism and Revolution: Studies in Interpretation of the English Revolution of the 17th Century A Peregrine book Penguin books Penguin history: Author: Christopher Hill: Edition: reprint: Publisher: Penguin Books, Original from: Indiana University: Digitized: ISBN:Length: pages: Export.
The Restoration of the Stuart monarchy in the kingdoms of England, Scotland and Ireland took place in when King Charles II returned from exile in Europe. The preceding period of the Protectorate and the civil wars came to be known as the Interregnum (–). The term Restoration is also used to describe the period of several years after, in which a new political.
4 For older studies that equate puritanism with nonconformity and include Quakers within its orbit, see C. Whiting, Studies in English puritanism from the Restoration to the Revolution, (London, ), and Gerald R. Cragg, Puritanism in the period of the great persecution, (Cambridge, ). The English Puritan statesman John Pym, b.
c, d. Dec. 8,was a moderate leader of the parliamentary opposition to King Charles I. Pym sat in every Parliament from until his death; during the year period () in which Charles ruled without Parliament, Pym was active in colonial enterprises. Puritanism & Revolution: Studies in Interpretation of the English Revolution of the 17th Century Kindle Edition It had been this violent Revolution of which, despite the Restoration ofmade England the first industrial nation and was the worthy predecessor of the French and Russian Revolutions - not, please note, the peaceful Reviews: 6.
Buy Puritanism and Revolution: Studies in Interpretation of the English Revolution of the 17th Century by Hill, Christopher (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible s: 6. This illuminating collection of essays assesses the seventeenth century, interpreting what used to be called "The Puritan Revolution," the ideas that helped to produce it and resulted from it, and the relation between these ideas and the political and economic events of the day.
Each essay approaches the subject from a different angle, looking at aspects of the revolution - whether. English Puritanism continued • The restoration of the monarchy () also restored Anglicanism, and the Puritan clergy were expelled from the Church of England under the terms of the Act of Uniformity ().
Thereafter, English Puritans were classified as Nonconformists. John Owen () and Richard Baxter () were both pivotal figures in forming the nonconformist landscape of Restoration England.
Yet despite having much in. The Puritans were a formidable force in the sociopolitical landscape of England from the Elizabethan Era to the Glorious Revolution and beyond.
It ended with the revolutionary style execution of the King and the immediate take over of the Parliment by Oliver Cromwell and his Puritans. Puritanism and The Restoration.
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Puritanism and revolution: studies in interpretation of the English Revolution of the seventeenth centurySt. Martin's Press in English - 1st St. Martin's ed. Puritanism and revolution: studies in interpretation of the English Revolution of the seventeenth century.
WikiMatrix His books include Puritanism and Revolution (), Intellectual Origins of the English Revolution ( and revised in ), The Century of Revolution (), AntiChrist in 17th-century England (), The World Turned Upside.His works included The English RevolutionIntellectual Origins of the English Revolution, God's Englishman, Reformation to Industrial Revolution, AntiChrist in 17th-Century England, Milton and the English Revolution, The World of the Muggletonians, The Experience of Defeat, and Liberty Against the s: 1.Whiting, C.
E., Studies in English Puritanism from the Restoration to the Revolution (London, ),The Works of John Reeve and Lodowicke Muggleton etc.