Worship & Theology in England From Cranmer to Baxter, 1534-1690 (Vol 1)
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These volumes describe and analyze the worship and theology of all the major Christian denominations in England during the past four and a half centuries- the Anglican and Roman Catholic churches; the Congregationalists, Baptists, Methodists, and Presbyterians; the Unitarians and the Quakers. Davies describes their origins and developments as well as their different forms of architecture, music, art, and spirituality. He also chronicles and explains the justifications offered for their differences in the feuds between them in earlier days and marks the growing unity among them now visible in the twentieth century.^
This is Book 1 in Davies' three-volume work on the history of the worship and theology of England. These works describe and analyze the theology and worship of the major Christian denominations in England over the past four and a half centuries.