Cambridge, UK ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2006.
x, 318 pages ; 24 cm
Formatted Contents Note
Introduction / David Loewenstein and John Marshall Writing and the persecution of heretics in Henry VIII's England : The examinations of Anne Askew / David Loewenstein Anabaptism and anti-Anabaptism in the early English reformation : defining Protestant heresy and orthodoxy during the reign of Edward VI / Carrie Euler "Godlie matrons" and "loose-bodied dames" : heresy and gender in the family of love / Christopher Marsh Puritanism, familism, and heresy in early Stuart England : the case of John Etherington revisited / Peter Lake A ticklish business : defining heresy and orthodoxy in the Puritan revolution / John Coffey Thomas Edward's Gangraena and heresiological traditions / Ann Hughes "And if God was one of us" : Paul Best, John Biddle, and anti-Trinitarian heresy in seventeenth-century England / Nigel Smith The road to George Hill : the heretical dynamic of Winstanley's early prose / Thomas N. Corns Milton and the heretical priesthood of Christ / John Rogers An historical narration concerning heresie : Thomas Hobbes, Thomas Barlow, and the restoration debate over "heresy" / J.A.I. Champion Defining and redefining heresy up to Locke's Letters concerning toleration / John Marshall "Take heed of being too forward in imposinge on others" : orthodoxy and heresy in the Baxterian tradition / N.H. Keeble.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.