Baxter: A Holy Commonwealth
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Baxter: A Holy Commonwealth   -     Edited By: William Lamont
    By: Richard Baxter
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Written in 1659 by the Puritan minister (1615-91) who publicly repudiated the work in 1670, this modern edition of a controversial text represents a candid confession as to why a conservative Puritan fought for Parliament in the Civil War and gave his support to the Cromwells.

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Title: Baxter: A Holy Commonwealth
By: Richard Baxter
Format: Paperback
Vendor: Cambridge University Press
Publication Date: 1994
Weight: 12 ounces
ISBN: 0521405807
ISBN-13: 9780521405805
Series: Cambridge Texts in the History of Political Thought
Stock No: WW405807

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A Holy Commonwealth was written in 1659 by the Puritan minister Richard Baxter (1615-91), and is a candid confession as to why a conservative Puritan fought for Parliament in the Civil War and gave his support to the Cromwells. Baxter publicly repudiated the work in 1670, and in 1683 the Oxford University authorities ordered it to be part of a book-burning that included the works of Hobbes and Milton. This modern edition makes available the work's unique perspective on the relation between Church and magistrate and the origins of the English Civil War.

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