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Allan I. Macinnes, Patricia Barton and Kieran German (eds), Scottish Liturgical Traditions and Religious Politics: From Reformers to Jacobites, 1540–1764

Allan I. Macinnes, Patricia Barton and Kieran German (eds), Scottish Liturgical Traditions and... 178 SCOTTISH CHURCH HISTORY Jacobites in the eighteenth deserves a mention as introducing two quite separate traditions into American and Caribbean society. Having critiqued details within this book, the reviewer is left with a dilemma. Do the errors invalidate the whole work? There is much that is useful, balanced, and clear in the overview. It is the detail which lets it down. Possibly an early second edition might be the answer where the authors could be given a chance to produce a book which might last as long as the one which it was written to replace. Andrew Muirhead, Clackmannanshire DOI: 10.3366/sch.2022.0077 Allan I. Macinnes, Patricia Barton and Kieran German (eds), Scottish Liturgical Traditions and Religious Politics: From Reformers to Jacobites, 1540–1764. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2021. viii + 225 pp. £85 hardback. ISBN: 9781474483056. The collection is divided into thirteen chapters, with an accompanying introduction by Allan Macinnes. The book’s chapters are wide ranging in their scope, bringing much-needed attention to confessions and denominations outside of the established Church: from pre-Reformation Catholicism, Catholic missionaries, and devotional tracts to juring and non-juring Episcopalians. Collectively, the book’s chapters cross an unusually expansive chronology, traversing the Reformation, Restoration, Revolution, and Jacobite http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Scottish Church History Edinburgh University Press

Allan I. Macinnes, Patricia Barton and Kieran German (eds), Scottish Liturgical Traditions and Religious Politics: From Reformers to Jacobites, 1540–1764

Scottish Church History , Volume 51 (2): 3 – Oct 1, 2022

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178 SCOTTISH CHURCH HISTORY Jacobites in the eighteenth deserves a mention as introducing two quite separate traditions into American and Caribbean society. Having critiqued details within this book, the reviewer is left with a dilemma. Do the errors invalidate the whole work? There is much that is useful, balanced, and clear in the overview. It is the detail which lets it down. Possibly an early second edition might be the answer where the authors could be given a chance to produce a book which might last as long as the one which it was written to replace. Andrew Muirhead, Clackmannanshire DOI: 10.3366/sch.2022.0077 Allan I. Macinnes, Patricia Barton and Kieran German (eds), Scottish Liturgical Traditions and Religious Politics: From Reformers to Jacobites, 1540–1764. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2021. viii + 225 pp. £85 hardback. ISBN: 9781474483056. The collection is divided into thirteen chapters, with an accompanying introduction by Allan Macinnes. The book’s chapters are wide ranging in their scope, bringing much-needed attention to confessions and denominations outside of the established Church: from pre-Reformation Catholicism, Catholic missionaries, and devotional tracts to juring and non-juring Episcopalians. Collectively, the book’s chapters cross an unusually expansive chronology, traversing the Reformation, Restoration, Revolution, and Jacobite

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Scottish Church HistoryEdinburgh University Press

Published: Oct 1, 2022

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