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John Wolffe
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Personal Name: Wolffe, John. Publication, Distribution, et. Oxford . Clarendon Press ; New York Oxford historical monographs

Personal Name: Wolffe, John. Clarendon Press ; New York. Oxford University Press, (c)1991. Physical Description: viii, 366 p. : il. maps ;, 23 cm. Title: Oxford historical monographs. Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references (p. -341) and index. Geographic Name: Great Britain Church history 19th century.

This book makes an important contribution to our understanding of Victorian religion, particularly in terms of the interaction between England, Ireland, and Scotland

This book makes an important contribution to our understanding of Victorian religion, particularly in terms of the interaction between England, Ireland, and Scotland. Wolffe demonstrates that, while the Protestant crusade failed in terms of most of its specific objectives, its impact on the life of the nation was nevertheless far-reaching.

The Protestant Crusade in Great Britain 1829-1860. Clarendon Press (Oxford Historical Monographs). He explores the cultural and social dimensions of anti-Catholicism, relating them to the values and impact of evangelicalism at a variety of social levels. This book makes an important contribution to our understanding of Victorian religion, particularly in terms of the interaction between England, Ireland, and Scotland.

Wolffe demonstrates that, while the Protestant crusade failed in terms of. .The Protestant Crusade in Great-Britain: 1829-1860 Oxford Historical Monographs.

Wolffe demonstrates that, while the Protestant crusade failed in terms of most of its specific objectives, its impact on the life of the nation was nevertheless far-reaching. He is the author of several books and numerous articles and book chapters on evangelicalism and British national identities, most recently The Expansion of Evangelicalism (2006).

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The Protestant Crusade in Great Britain, 1829–1860. Oxford Historical Monographs. New York: Oxford University Press, 1991. Donald M. Lewis (a1). Regent CollegeVancouver, British Columbia. Published online by Cambridge University Press: 28 July 2009. Export citation Request permission.

The Journal of Ecclesiastical History. 4 figs and 11 tables. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1991. 40. 0 19 820199 0. Ian Machin (a1).

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In this meticulously researched book, Wolffe examines the anti-Catholic societies which played an important part in the shaping of public opinion, and which exercised significant leverage on politics, notably in 1834-1835 and between 1845 and 1855. He explores the cultural and social dimensions of anti-Catholicism, relating them to the values and impact of evangelicalism at a variety of social levels. This book makes an important contribution to our understanding of Victorian religion, particularly in terms of the interaction between England, Ireland, and Scotland. Wolffe demonstrates that, while the Protestant crusade failed in terms of most of its specific objectives, its impact on the life of the nation was nevertheless far-reaching.