Alec Ryrie, Tom Schwanda (eds.)
|Publisher||Palgrave Macmillan UK|
|File Size||1.43 MB|
Puritanism has a reputation for being emotionally dry, but seventeenth-century Puritans did not only have rich and complex emotional lives, they also found meaning in and drew spiritual strength from emotion. From theology to lived experience and from joy to affliction, this volume surveys the wealth and depth of the Puritans' passions.