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Antichrist in Seventeenth Century England (REV) (Riddell Memorial Lectures) Paperback – 20 Feb 1997


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"If any undergraduate wishes to work on the connection between Puritanism and revolution, this should be the first book on his bibliography."--Conrad Russell, "History"

"Here is good vintage Hill, daring to take seriously eccentric-sounding subjects, and never making the crude mistake of underestimating the genuine religious basis of dissent."--Bernard Crick, "New Statesman"

"Arguably his most flawless achievement--an inspiring lesson in scholarship, writing and interpretation."--"Times Literary Supplement"

If any undergraduate wishes to work on the connection between Puritanism and revolution, this should be the first book on his bibliography. Conrad Russell, "History"
Here is good vintage Hill, daring to take seriously eccentric-sounding subjects, and never making the crude mistake of underestimating the genuine religious basis of dissent. Bernard Crick, "New Statesman"
Arguably his most flawless achievement an inspiring lesson in scholarship, writing and interpretation. "Times Literary Supplement""

About the Author

Christopher Hill (1912 2003) was educated at Balliol College, Oxford, and later became Master of the college. His celebrated and influential works include "Intellectual Origins of the English Revolution," " The World Turned Upside Down "and" A Turbulent, Seditious and Fractious People: John Bunyan and His Church.""


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