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By W. Gregory Monahan

ISBN-10: 0199688443

ISBN-13: 9780199688449

permit God come up attracts upon an intensive array of archival assets to provide the 1st sleek account in English completely dedicated to the uprising and conflict of the Camisards. Combining conventional narrative with research, W. Gregory Monahan examines the problems that resulted in that uprising, starting with the conversion of the artisans and peasants of the distant mountain quarter of the Cévennes to Protestantism within the 16th century, its patience in that
confession within the 17th, and the shattering impression of the Revocation of the Edict of Nantes, which disadvantaged Protestants first in their pastors, after which of the itinerant preachers who tried to take their position. starting in 1701, prophetism swept the zone, and the prophets, who believed they heard and
followed the notice of the Holy Spirit, quickly led their fans into violent assaults at the Catholic Church and uprising opposed to the crown. A continual and infrequently winning guerrilla warfare raged for over years.

Monahan argues that the ensuing conflict concerned a bunch of usually conflicting global perspectives, or discourses, within which many of the events to the clash, even if the king and his ministers at Versailles, the provincial intendant Basville and native officers, the overseas powers, the Church, the generals, or the Camisard rebels themselves, usually misunderstood or did not converse with one another, ensuing too usually in negative violence and bloodshed. permit God come up tells us a lot about
the nature of the reign of Louis XIV and the preferred faith of the time in exploring the final nice uprising in France ahead of the Revolution of 1789.

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