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Author Maghenzani, Simone

Title British Protestant Missions and the Conversion of Europe, 1600-1900
Published Milton : Taylor & Francis Group, 2020
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Description 1 online resource (303 p.)
Series Routledge Studies in Early Modern Religious Dissents and Radicalism Ser
Routledge Studies in Early Modern Religious Dissents and Radicalism Ser
Contents Cover -- Half Title -- Series -- Title -- Copyright -- Contents -- List of Figures -- Acknowledgments -- List of Contributors -- Introduction -- Section I Missionary Models -- 1 "One World is Not Enough": The "Myth" of Roman Catholicism as a "World Religion" -- 2 "The Jesuits Have Shed Much Blood for Christ": Early Modern Protestants and the Problem of Catholic Overseas Missions -- Section II The Origins of Global Protestantism -- 3 (Re)making Ireland British: Conversion and Civility in a Neglected 1643 Treatise
4 Charting the "Progress of Truth": Quaker Missions and the Topography of Dissent in Seventeenth- and Eighteenth-Century Europe -- 5 The English and the Italian Bible -- Section III Missions and Church Unifications in the Age of the Enlightenment -- 6 "True Catholic Unity": The Church of England and the Project for Gallican Union, 1717-1719 -- 7 "Promoting the Common Interest of Christ": H.W. Ludolf's "Impartial" Projects and the Beginnings of the SPCK -- 8 Between Anti-popery and European Missions: The Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge and its Networks
Section IV A British Missionary Land -- 9 The Evangelical Transformation of British Protestantism for Mission -- 10 The London Jews' Society and the Roots of Premillennialism, 1809-1829 -- 11 Missions on the Fringes of Europe: British Protestants & the Orthodox Churches, c. 1800-1850 -- 12 Sermons in Stone: Architecture and the Society for the Propagation of the Gospel in Foreign Parts within the Diocese of Gibraltar, c. 1842-1882 -- 13 The Land of Calvin and Voltaire: British Missionaries in Nineteenth-Century Paris -- Index
Notes Description based upon print version of record
Form Electronic book
Author Villani, Stefano.
ISBN 0429513410