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Introduction; 1. The Socinian challenge to Protestant Christianity; 2. Socinianism in England and Europe; 3. The Great Tew Circle: Socinianism and scholarship; 4. Royalists, Socinianism and the English Civil War; 5. Socinianism and the Church of England; 6. Reason, religion and the doctrine of the Trinity; 7. Anti-trinitarianism, Socinianism and the limits of toleration; 8. Socinianism and the Cromwellian Church settlement; Conclusion: the legacy of Socinianism.
Sarah Mortimer is a Tutor at Christ Church, Oxford.
'Mortimer's study offers crucial insight into this previously ill-understood aspect of English history, shedding light on [Socinian] influence during the mid seventeenth century ... there is much to be learnt from this impressive study about a whole range of interrelated debates that were of central importance to the religious and political developments of the period.' Richard Bell, Reviews in History 'This admirable work of scholarship will be valuable to anyone interested in the complex debates that shaped the religious and political developments of the period.' History of Political Thought 'All students of seventeenth-century English theology, history, and politics are indebted to Sarah Mortimer for a richly contextualized account of the widespread reception and utilization of a variety of Socinian ideas.' Martyn Cowan, Churchman