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☆ [PDF / Epub] ★ The Dissenters: Volume II: The Expansion of Evangelical Nonconformity By Michael R. Watts ✩ – The-website-shop.co.uk The expansion of Evangelical Nonconformity was one of the most important developments in English and Welsh history in the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries In eighty years the number of NThe expansion of Evangelical Nonconformity was one of the most important developments in English and Welsh history in the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries In eighty years the number of Nonconformist chapels increased ten fold and by 1851 nearly one person in five worshipped insuch chapels For millions of people the gospel preached and the religion practised in these chapels determined their choice of marriage partners conditioned the upbringing of their children and mou.

Lded their family life Religion pervaded education shaped morals controlled leisure providedmusic and literature motivated philanthropy and decided political loyaltiesIn this the second of a projected three volume history of Dissent Michael Watts argues that while the uakers constituted an increasingly wealthy but numerically declining community of businessmen farmers and retailers and that in many towns the Unitarians formed a vibrant progressiveintellectual elite the appeal of Nonc.

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