'… impressive and widely researched.' Times Literary Supplement
'… this is a rewarding and persuasive portrait of Christian England in search of ever closer union with European Christendom.' Journal of Ecclesiastical History
This wide-ranging and accessible study re-interprets English history and national identity in the century after the civil war. Tony Claydon analyses in depth the English sense of belonging to and active participation in a continental protestant reformation and an international Christendom.
About the Author
Tony Claydon is Senior Lecturer in History at the School of History and Welsh History, University of Wales, Bangor. His previous publications include William III and the Godly Revolution (1996) and, as co-editor, Protestantism and National Identity: Britain and Ireland, 1650-1850 (1998).