Conquest and Religion, 1650-1660
John Donald 2007
9781904607779   Product Code: 94723
In this study of 17th century Scottish religion 'in one of its most dynamic decades' Spurlock examines the role of religion in the story of Oliver Cromwell's invasion and subsequent occupation of Scotland. Dispelling myths that the sectarian presence had little impact on Scottish religion, the book describes the endeavours of the Independents, Baptists and Quakers to gain converts, with varying degrees of success.