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1662 Revisited

We are delighted to announce the publication of:

N. H. Keeble (ed), ‘Settling the Peace of the Church’: 1662 Revisited (Oxford University Press, 2014).

1662 revisited

Table of contents:

Notes on Contributors
List of Abbreviations
David Wykes and Isabel Rivers: Preface
N. H. Keeble: Introduction: Attempting Uniformity
1: Jacqueline Rose: The Debate over Authority: Adiaphora, the Civil Magistrate, and the Settlement of Religion
2: Paul Seaward: ‘Circumstantial temporary concessions’: Clarendon, Comprehension, and Uniformity
3: Michael Davies: ‘The silencing of God’s dear Ministers’: John Bunyan and his Church in 1662
4: Robert Armstrong: The Bishops of Ireland and the Beasts at Ephesus: Reconstruction, Conformity, and the Presbyterian Knot, 1660-62
5: Alasdair Raffe: Presbyterian Politics and the Restoration of Scottish Episcopacy, 1660-62
6: Cory Cotter: Going Dutch: Beyond Black Bartholomew’s Day
7: Owen Stanwood: Crisis and Opportunity: the Restoration Church Settlement and New England
8: N. H. Keeble: The Nonconformist Narrative of the Bartholomeans
9: Mark Burden: John Walker’s Sufferings of the Clergy and Church of England Responses to the Ejections of 1660-62

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Dissenting Studies Seminar Series

Ralph Stevens (Cambridge) will speak at the Seminar for Dissenting Studies on:

 ‘The Toleration Act, Chapels-of-Ease, and the Legacy of Restoration Partial Conformity’

Wednesday 12 March 2014, 5.15-6.45pm, Dr Williams’s Library, 14 Gordon Square, London.

All are welcome to attend. For an abstract and further information about the seminar series, please see http://www.english.qmul.ac.uk/drwilliams/events/current.html.