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British Israel and Roman Britain: The Jews and Scottish Models of Polity from George Buchanan to Samuel Rutherford

  • Arthur H. Williamson
Part of the Archives Internationales d’Histoire des Idées / International Archives of the History of Ideas book series (ARCH, volume 138)

Abstract

Traditionally, George Buchanan and John Knox have personified two poles of the Scottish Reformation. Both were Protestants. Both were revolutionaries and leading apologists for the upheavals of the 1560s. But their views of these events and of the place of religion in society differed drastically.

Keywords

Jewish Community Sixteenth Century Jewish Tradition Late Sixteenth Century SCOTTISH Model 
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