The Holy Spirit in Puritan Faith and Experience

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University of Chicago Press, Jul 15, 1992 - Religion - 192 pages
Geoffrey F. Nuttall establishes the primacy of the doctrines of the Holy Spirit in seventeenth-century English Puritanism and demonstrates the continuity of the Reformation tradition from the more conservative views of Luther to the more radical interpretations of the Quakers. Nuttall illuminates prominent spokesmen, including Richard Sibbes, Richard Baxter, John Owen, Walter Cradock, Morgan Llwyd, and George Fox.

In a new Introduction, Peter Lake discusses the relevance of Nuttall's book to, and its influence on, major works in seventeenth-century English history written since 1946.
 

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About the author (1992)

Geoffrey F. Nuttall is the author of Visible Saints and The Puritan Spirit and coeditor (with N. H. Keeble) of A Calendar of Correspondence of Richard Baxter.

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