Scottish Puritanism, 1590-1638

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Mullan, David George.
Scottish Puritanism, 1590-1638 / David George Mullan.
p. cm.
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
1. Puritans—Scotland—History. I. Title.
BX9340.G7 M85 2000
285′.9′094110931—dc21 99-045412
ISBN 0-19-826997-8

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Scottish Puritanism 1590-1638 iii
  • Preface vii
  • Contents xi
  • List of Abbreviations xii
  • Prologue 1
  • 1: A Puritan Brotherhood 13
  • 2: A Ministry of the Word 45
  • 3: Conversion and Assurance 85
  • 4: The Pilgrim's Progress 111
  • 5: The Ambiguity of the Feminine 140
  • 6: Covenants and Covenant Theology 171
  • 7: A Schism Defined 208
  • 8: Political and National Divinity 244
  • 9: The Damnable Covenant 285
  • Epilogue 318
  • Bibliography 323
  • Index 361
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