The Quakers in Puritan England. With a foreword by Roland H. Bainton.

New Haven, Yale University Press, 1964.

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Subjects England.
Grande-Bretagne -- Histoire religieuse -- 17e siècle.
Grande-Bretagne -- Histoire religieuse.
Great Britain.
Society of Friends -- Great Britain.
Society of Friends -- History.
Society of Friends.
Series Yale publications in religion ; 7.
Description xviii, 272 pages illustrations, facsimiles, maps 24 cm.
Copyright Date 1964.
Notes Based on the author's thesis, Yale University.
"Bibliographical note": pages 258-262.
Contents A holy nation: the Puritan setting of Quakerism -- "The lamb's war": the Quaker awakening -- The Quaker Galilee: regional and personal backgrounds -- The terror and power of the light -- Debate with Puritan pastors -- Customs as witness to the unconvicted -- The kingdom of this world -- Persecution, toleration, and the peace testimony -- Peaceable conversation: changes in Quaker outlooks after 1662.
Genre History.
Other Identifiers B6416242
Geographic Area Great Britain
Network Numbers (OCoLC)386512
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Barbour, Hugh.
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