17th-century denominations in England
A large number of religious denominations emerged during the early-to-mid-17th century in England. Many of these were influenced by the radical changes brought on by the English Civil War, subsequent execution of Charles I and the advent of the Commonwealth of England. This event led to a widespread discussion about how society should be structured.
- The Caroline Divines
- Congregational church
- English Baptists
- English Dissenters
- English Independents
- English Presbyterianism
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- Hill, Christopher (1972). The World Turned Upside Down: Radical Ideas During the English Revolution. London: Temple Smith. ISBN 0-85117-025-0.
- Manning, Brian (1992). 1649: The crisis of the English revolution. London: Bookmarks. ISBN 0-906224-73-X.
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