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On the Path of the Maccabees? : The Rhetoric of 'Holy War' in the Sermons and Pamphlets of 'Puritans' in the Run-up to the English Civil War (1620-1642)

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On the Path of the Maccabees? : The Rhetoric of 'Holy War' in the Sermons and Pamphlets of 'Puritans' in the Run-up to the English Civil War (1620-1642)

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PECAR, Andreas, 2012. On the Path of the Maccabees? : The Rhetoric of 'Holy War' in the Sermons and Pamphlets of 'Puritans' in the Run-up to the English Civil War (1620-1642). In: SIGNORI, Gabriela, ed.. Dying for the faith, killing for the faith : Old-Testament faith-warriors (1 and 2 Maccabees) in historical perspective. Leiden:Brill, pp. 247-265. ISBN 978-90-04-21105-6. Available under: doi: 10.1163/9789004211049_013

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