James I and the Puritans

John Spiller assesses James I’s impact on the Puritans and the Puritans’ impact on James I.

The Puritans embraced a range of views on religion, society and the role of monarchy. There were especially important differences among them relating to how the state church should be governed, and these may have confused Elizabeth I regarding what the majority of them believed.

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