By R.J. Acheson

This learn of spiritual tensions in Early smooth England explores the several non secular separatist events among 1550-1660. It describes the advance of radical sectarianism throughout the reign of Charles I and explores why the solidarity of radical reason was once shattered following the recovery of the monarchy in 1660.

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