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The Irish Puritans

Crawford Gribben

The Irish Puritans

Crawford Gribben

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160 Pages

- Publisher Although focusing on the life and times of James Ussher, born 1581, this book goes further by examining key events that shaped Ireland spiritually from before the Puritan era right up to today. The author provides a fascinating insight into a much misunderstood country and people, concluding that what Ireland needs, and has always needed, is the gospel and only the gospel.^^

- Publisher Beginning in medieval times, the author takes the reader on a fascinating journey examining key events that have shaped Ireland, both spiritually and politically, and which still have repercussions today, with special emphasis on the Puritan era and the leadership of the church exercised by Archbishop James Ussher. Richard Baxter once said, 'If all the Episcopalians had been like Archbishop Ussher, all the Presbyterians like Mr Stephen Marshall, and all the Independents like Jeremiah Burroughs, the breaches of the church would soon have been healed.' Book jacket.

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160 Pages
- Publisher

Although focusing on the life and times of James Ussher, born 1581, this book goes further by examining key events that shaped Ireland spiritually from before the Puritan era right up to today. The author provides a fascinating insight into a much misunderstood country and people, concluding that what Ireland needs, and has always needed, is the gospel and only the gospel.^^
- Publisher

Beginning in medieval times, the author takes the reader on a fascinating journey examining key events that have shaped Ireland, both spiritually and politically, and which still have repercussions today, with special emphasis on the Puritan era and the leadership of the church exercised by Archbishop James Ussher. Richard Baxter once said, 'If all the Episcopalians had been like Archbishop Ussher, all the Presbyterians like Mr Stephen Marshall, and all the Independents like Jeremiah Burroughs, the breaches of the church would soon have been healed.' Book jacket.
- Publisher

Meet the Author

Crawford Gribben

Crawford Gribben is currently Lecturer in Renaissance Literature and Culture. Timothy C.E. Stunt is the author of From Awakening to Secession: Radical Evangelicals in Switzerland and Britain, 1815-1835. C

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  • Catalogue Code 195118
  • Product Code 0852345364
  • EAN 9780852345368
  • Pages 160
  • Department Academic
  • Category History
  • Sub-Category General
  • Publisher Evangelical Press
  • Publication Date Jan 2004
  • Dimensions 211 x 153 x 12 mm
  • Weight 0.209kg

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