Church and State in Seventeenth-Century England
Tauris Academic 2007
9781845114121   Product Code: 69529
In the period 1641 to 1700, the Church of England was faced with rapidly changing circumstances which forced it to explore its own identity and to explain Anglican practice. Drawing on great range of prayer and other writings by clergy who were at the forefront of implementing Anglican practice and understanding, this study 'seeks to discern the broad pattern of Anglican usage and its theology'. No jacket.