The Religion of Protestants: The Church in English Society 1559-1625 (Ford Lectures, 1979)

Paperback | March 1, 1984

byPatrick Collinson

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Format:PaperbackDimensions:1 pages, 12.24 × 9.88 × 0.71 inPublished:March 1, 1984Publisher:Oxford University Press

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"One of the most important books on the Elizabethan church ever written.....I recommend this book very highly."--Susan Wabuda, Fordham University"Marshalling an impressive array of sources, the author strives to sketch the way things actually were in the English Church under Elizabeth I and James I."--Southwestern Journal of Theology"This is a book that no scholar who is interested in its subject can afford to miss."--Church Times"Professor Collinson's ability to enter into the consciousness of Elizabethan and jacobean clergymen, his vast learning, his deep humanity, his scrupulous fairness...his courtesy to those with whom he disagrees--in all these he is a model."--Times Literary Supplement"A stirring event in the rediscovery of Early Modern England. Unmistakably the work of a historian who has reflected on his subject for the better part of a working lifetime."--London Review of Books