PATHS NOT TAKEN IN THE BRITISH REFORMATIONS*

@article{Ryrie2009PATHSNT,
  title={PATHS NOT TAKEN IN THE BRITISH REFORMATIONS*},
  author={Alexander C. Ryrie},
  journal={The Historical Journal},
  year={2009},
  volume={52},
  pages={1 - 22}
}
  • A. Ryrie
  • Published 27 February 2009
  • History
  • The Historical Journal
ABSTRACT Traditional historiographies of the Reformation, seeing it as a unified, directed transition from Catholicism to Protestantism, seem increasingly untenable. This article looks in detail at three individuals from the British Reformation whose careers did not fit this pattern: a Scotsman, John Eldar, and two Englishmen, John Proctor and John Redman. Enthusiasts for Henry VIII's Reformation, they found themselves alarmed, but disempowered and compromised, in the face of Edward VI's more… 
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