Endorsements & Reviews-
"Notwithstanding the need to revise judgment on many events in the seventeenth century, the Great Ejectment of 1662 remains a significant dividing of the ways in the history of British Christianity, deserving the penetrating analysis that Alan Sell and his colleagues provide, for what was designed to secure an Anglican monopoly in national life, in the event confirmed a large part of the nation in its Nonconformity, thereby giving birth to Britain's unique form of Christian pluralism."
-John H. Y. Briggs
Professor Emeritus, University of Birmingham
Director Emeritus of the Baptist History and Heritage Centre, Regent's Park College, University of Oxford
Author of The English Baptists of the Nineteenth Century (1994)
"Broad and deep, like the Dissenting tradition it surveys, this book is a valuable compendium of information and a clear-sighted, generous account of the historical significance of 'Black Bartholomew' for the history of English and Welsh Protestantism over three hundred and fifty years."
Professor and Head of the College of Arts and Humanities, Swansea University
Author of The Post-Reformation: Religion, Society, Politics and Britain, 1603-1714 (2006)