Exile and Kingdom: History and Apocalypse in the Puritan Migration to America
Cambridge University Press, 22.08.2002 - 276 Seiten
This book explores the ideological origins of the Puritan migration to and experience in America.
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The creation of sacred time Religious reformation history and eschatology Protestant historiography in England during the sixteenth century
The creation of sacred space I The geographies of the mind the incorporation of America as a sacred place in ecclesiastical history
The creation of sacred space II The eschatology of the Protestant settlement of Virginia
The creation of sacred space III Time history and eschatology in the Puritan migration into the wilderness
The creation of sacred errand Exile and Kingdom the redemptive significance of the Puritan Errand into the Wilderness
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