By William Field
By Malcolm Wanklyn
By Martyn Calvin Cowan
John Owen was once some of the most major figures in Reformed Orthodox theology in the course of the 17th Century, exerting massive non secular and political impression within the context of the British Civil conflict and Interregnum. utilizing Owen’s sermons from this era as a window into the brain of a self-proclaimed prophet, this booklet reports how his apocalyptic interpretation of up to date occasions ended in him making public demands radical political and cultural change.
Owen believed he was once ministering at a special second in historical past, and so the old context within which he writes has to be both thought of along the theological lineage that he attracts upon. Combining those parts, this publication permits a extra nuanced interpretation of Owen’s ministry that encompasses his lofty non secular notion in addition to his passionate issues with extra corporeal events.
This ebook represents a part of a brand new old flip in Owen reports and should be of important curiosity to students of theological historical past in addition to Early sleek historians.
By Christine Bolt
This readable and informative survey, together with either new learn and synthesis, presents the 1st shut comparability of race, classification and internationalism within the British and American women's activities in this interval. Sisterhood wondered assesses the character and influence of divisions within the 20th century American and British women's movements.
In this lucidly written research, Christine Bolt sheds new mild on those modifications, which flourished in an period of political response, fiscal lack of confidence, polarizing nationalism and resurgent anti-feminism. the writer unearths how the conflicts have been seized upon and publicised by means of contemporaries, and the way the activists themselves have been pressured to confront the more and more advanced tensions.
Drawing on a variety of assets, the writer demonstrates that ladies within the 20th century persisted to co-operate regardless of those divisions, and that feminist events remained energetic correct as much as and past the reformist Sixties. it's worthy interpreting for all people with an curiosity in American historical past, British background or women's studies.
By Peter Kerr
By R. Pastor-Castro,J. Young
By Annual register
This publication is a duplicate of the unique publication released in 1916.0 and should have a few imperfections akin to marks or hand-written notes.
By Dixe Wills
By Florence D'Souza
The e-book highlights Tod's it seems that quite a few motivations in writing at the Rajputs: to deliver wisdom in regards to the them into ecu circles, to illustrate that the Rajputs maintained ancient files from the early heart a while and have been therefore now not a primitive humans with no knowledge in their personal historical past, and to set up attainable ethnic hyperlinks among the warrior-like Rajputs and the peoples of Europe, as additionally among the feudal associations of Rajputana and Europe. Fierce criticisms in Tod's time of his ethnic and institutional hypotheses approximately connections among Rajputs and Europeans illustrate that Tod's texts have been hugely controversial.
The leading edge strategy followed through the writer is going past a binary competition among the colonisers and the colonised in India, by way of concentrating on strains of pleasant exchanges among Tod and his British colleagues and diverse contributors of the kingdoms of western India, with whom they interacted. less than issues like panorama, anthropology, technology, Romantic literature, techniques to executive coverage, and data exchanges in India and in London, this quantity analyses Tod's position as a mediator of information via his travels within the early 19th century.
By John C. Mitcham