'Settling the Peace of the Church'
Edited by N. H. Keeble
Reviews and Awards
"This book is the best analysis of religious changes at the beginning of the Restoration period in England that has yet appeared, and it is the place to begin for further research and reflection."--W.B. Patterson, Anglican and Episcopal History
"...will for many readers provide a joy of discovery and are likely to promote further research." -- Nicholas Fisher, The Seventeenth Century.
"This collection s consideration of Ireland, Scotland, the Continent, and the colonies encourages us to widen and rethink the Restoration settlement narrative established by Robert Bosher (1961) and Ian Green (1978)...this vibrant, wideranging collection suggests study of Restoration religion is by no means settled."--Renaissance Quarterly
"Explores conformity, dissent, and toleration through a highly focused examination of the Act of Uniformity... intended for those already deeply engaged in the debates."--Recent Studies in the English Renaissance
"This volume contains significant insights into the politics, literature, and culture of early modern England... provides a fuller understanding of important aspects of English society during the Restoration."--HNET