Street Wars of Religion, Puritans and Arminians - Early Modern England - Keith E Wrightson - Lecture 18 of 25 - Video-lecture

Video-lecture, Great Britain (UK) History

Description: Professor Wrightson reviews the conflicts which developed within the Church of England in the early seventeenth century and played a role in the growing tensions which led to the English civil wars. Wrightson begins by describing the 'Jacobethan consensus' which largely prevailed throughout the reign of James I, characterized by broad-based conformity and adherence to Calvinist doctrine.
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