Timothy G. Fehler is Professor of History at Furman University. His previous books include Poverty and Protestantism: The Evolution of Social Welfare in Sixteenth-Century Emden (1999), and Religious Diaspora in Early Modern Europe: Strategies of Exile (2014). Abigail J. Hartman (BA, Furman University; MLitt, University of St. Andrews) is pursuing doctoral work in Medieval History. ).
'This sourcebook is a valuable resource for advanced undergraduate students of the English Revolution. Its central theme of signs and wonders resonates with today's crises of truth-telling and responds to recent historiographical developments. It will therefore capture the interest of students while simultaneously exposing them to serious scholarship.' William J. Bulman, Lehigh University, USA