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The Anglicanism of William Laud.

Author: Edward Christopher Eugene Bourne
Publisher: London, Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge [1947]
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Bourne, Edward Christopher Eugene.
Anglicanism of William Laud.
London, Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge [1947]
(OCoLC)600917453
Named Person: William Laud; William Laud
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Edward Christopher Eugene Bourne
OCLC Number: 3097795
Description: viii, 206 pages portrait, illustrations 22 cm
Contents: The balance of truth --
The Anglican Reformation --
Laud and the Puritans --
Laud as theologian --
Laud as statesman --
Laud's tolerance --
Laud's place in history.

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