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Hutchinsonianism: A counter-enlightenment reform movement
(Wiley-Blackwell Publishing Asia, 1999)
The followers of the natural philosopher John Hutchinson developed a religious movement which produced one of the most notable schools of eighteenth-century Anglican thought. This paper describes Hutchinsonianism's position, ...
William law, behmenism, and counter enlightenment
(Cambridge University Press, 1998)
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Antichrist's revolution: some Anglican apocalypticists in the age of the French wars
(Wiley-Blackwell Publishing, 2000)
The article deals with the late eighteenth- and early nineteenth-century development of early modern English apocalyptic thought which permitted the identification of the Enlightenment and its political manifestations in ...
The Nonjurors and the counter enlightenment: some illustration
(Blackwell Publishers, 1998)
The article argues, firstly, that in view of the relationship between Protestantism and the English Enlightenment it is in distinctively non-Protestant religious thought, within or without the Church of England, that the ...
The enlightened religion of Robert Clayton
(Liverpool University Press, 1995 - 199)
“Knowledge of divine things”: a study of Hutchinsonianism
(Taylor & Francis, 2000)
The Hutchinsonian movement exercised considerable influence on thought about various topics of importance in England’s Enlightenment/Counter-Enlightenment debates. Its epistemological stance, derived from a group ...
Thomas Allies, John Henry Newman and providentalist history
(Taylor & Francis, 2012-06)
This article discusses and evaluates the historiographical work of a leading Oxford convert and Ultramontane, Thomas Allies (1813 1903). An evaluation of Allies by the criteria of the Ultramontane scholarship he endeavoured ...
Ancienneté among the Non-Jurors: a study of Henry Dodwell
(Taylor & Francis, 2005)
The article offers a study of the theological method of Henry Dodwell, the most distinguished British savant of the late Stuart period and a leading figure in the Non-Juring movement. The study takes the form of arguments ...
John Milner and the orthodox cause
(Wiley-Blackwell Publishing, 2008)
The study deals with Bishop John Milner, the English Catholic polemicist and historian, closely involved in affairs relating to the efforts to obtain Catholic emancipation. It identifies Milner's most fundamental concerns, ...
Scottish Jacobitism, Episcopacy, and counter-enlightenment
Acknowledging the considerable degree of identity which developed between Episcopalianism and the Jacobite movement in Scotland, this study investigates the character of Episcopalian thought at the end of the seventeenth ...