Making heretics : militant Protestantism and free grace in Massachusetts, 1636-1641 /
"Making Heretics is a new narrative of the famous Massachusetts disputes of the late 1630s misleadingly labeled the "antinomian controversy" by later historians. Drawing on an unprecendented range of sources, Michael Winship fundamentally recasts these interlocked religious and politi...
Princeton, N.J. :
Princeton University Press,
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- 1. Assurance of Salvation in the Early Seventeenth Century
- 2. Lively Stones: John Cotton and Anne Hutchinson
- 3. The Most Glorious Church in the World: Boston, c. 1636
- 4. Practicing Puritanism in a Strange Land: Massachusetts, c. 1636
- 5. Secret Quarrels Turn Public: Summer 1636-January 1637
- 6. Convicting John Wheelwright: January-March 1637
- 7. Abimelech's Faction: March-August 1637
- 8. Reclaiming Cotton: August-September 1637
- 9. The November Trials: October-November 1637
- 10. An American Jezebel: November 1637-March 1638
- 11. Holding Forth Darkly: March 1638-February 1641
- 12. Godly Endings.