It is no small injury which you do unto the word of God, to pin it in so narrow room'.
Puritanism as a reform movement emerged slowly during the reign of Elizabeth I, but the early stages of the struggle to purify the Church of England from every last vestige of Antichrist are not well known. Using the Admonition Controversy (1572-77) as a lens to view early Puritanism, Andrew Cinnamond shows that the tension between Puritans and conformists must be seen within a shared Reformed theological framework, a 'Calvinist Consensus'.
Andrew Cinnamond is vicar of St Lawrence, Lechlade in the Cotswolds. He had previously worked for an investment bank in the City of London before training for ordination at Wycliffe Hall, Oxford. The past ten years were spend in urban parishes in south London, first Clapham and then Wandsworth, where he was Ecimenical Borough Dean and Chair of Wandsworth Street Pastors. He is married to Kate and they have two children.
Published 18 October 2011.
ISBN: 978 1 906327 03 3
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