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Of Presbyters and Kings, pp. 13, 14.

11Ñì. èçäàíèå Äæ. Ê. Êàìåðîíîì “Ïåðâîé êíèãè ïîðÿäêà” (“The First Book of Discipline” Edinburgh: The Saint Andrew Press, 1972.).

12Lyall, Of Presbyters and Kings, p. 14.

13Äæ. Ê. Êàìåðîí “Ïåðâàÿ êíèãà ïîðÿäêà”.

14òàì æå, ñòð. 88, 89.

15òàì æå, ñòð. 88.

16Øîòëàíñêîå Èñïîâåäàíèå, ïðåäèñëîâèå.

17David Laing, ed., Works of John Knox, 6 vols. (New Yorks: AMS Press, 1966), 3:166.

18òàì æå, ñòð. 64.

19Greaves, Theology and Revolution, p. 21.

20Bannatyne, Memoriales, p. 99, quoted in ibid., pp. 6, 7.

21J. H. S. Burleigh, A Church History of Scotland (London: Oxford University Press, 1960), p. 185.

22Greaves, Theology and Revolution, p. 126.

23Ñì. John Ponet, A Short Tratise of Politic Power, reprinted in Winthrop S. Hudson, John Ponet (1516?-1556), Advocate of Limited Monarchy (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1942), and Christopher Goodman, How Superior Powers Ought to Be Obeyed of Their Subjects, and Wherein They May Lawfully By God’s Word be Disobeyed and Resisted (Geneva, 1558).

24John Knox, Faithful Admonition of 1554 and An Answer, to a Great Number of Cavillations of 1558.

25Greaves, Theology and Revolution, p. 18.

26òàì æå.

27òàì æå, ñòð. 155, 156. Íàïðèìåð, ñì. Âîïðîñ IV èç Samuel Rutherbord’s Lex, Rex, êîòîðûé ïåðå÷èñëÿåò îòïè÷íûå âåòõîçàâåòíûå îòðûâêè, êàñàþùèåñÿ íàçíà÷åíèÿ è ñìåùåíèÿ öàðåé íàðîäîì, íàïðèìåð, Ñóä. 7:22; 9:6; 11:8, 11; 2 Öàð. 12:1; 16:18; 3 Öàð. 16; 4 Öàð. 14:21; 2 Ïàð. 23:3; Âòîð. 17:14, 15 è äð.

28Ïåðåïå÷àòàíî Sprinkle Publishing Company, Harrisonburg, Virginia, 1980.

29Quentin Skinner, The Foundations of Modern Political Thought (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1978), 2^338, 346.

30òàì æå, ñòð. 341.

31Williamson, Scottish National Consciousness, p. 108.

1Ïðîöèòèðîâàíî â Lyall, Of Presbyters and Kings, p. 15.

2òàì æå.

3òàì æå, ñòð. 16.

4òàì æå.

5Ñì. Thomas McCrie, Life of Andrew Melville, vol. 2.

6Lyall, Of Presbyters and Kings, p. 17.

7Gordon Donaldson, The Scottish Reformation (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1960), and the review by A. C. Cheyne in Scottish Journal of Theology, 16:78-88.

8Ñì. äèñêóññèþ â James Kirk, The Second Book of Discipline (Edinburgh: the Saint Andrew Press, 1980), pp. 13-28.

9Lyall, Of Presbyters and Kings, p. 17.

10Kirk, Second Book of Discipline, p. 58.

11James Walker, The Theology and Theologians of Scotland: 1560-1750 (Edinburgh: Knox Press, 1872, 1972), pp. 127-56, “The Headship of Christ and Erastianism”.

12 Öèòàòà èç Burleigh, Church History of Scotland, pp. 204, 205.

13 Samuel Rutherford, Lex, Rex (Harrisonburg, Va.: Sprinkle Publications, 1980, reprint), p. 82.

14Lyall, Of Presbyters and Kings, p. 19.

15Banders, quoted in Ian B. Doyle, “The Doctrine of the Church in the Later Covenanting Period,” in Reformation and Revolution, ed. Duncan Shaw (Edinburgh: The Saint Andrew Press, 1967), p. 230.

16Doyle in Shaw, Reformation and Revolution, p. 234.

17Ñì. Skinner, Foundations, pp. 338-48.

18Lyall, Of Presbyters and Kings, p. 19.

19Îòíîñèòåëüíî ïîäðîáíîñòåé ñìåíû åïèñêîïàëüíîé ôîðìû ïðàâëåíèÿ ïðåñâèòåðèàíñêîé ïîñëå 1688 ãîäà ñì. Burleighn, Church History of Scotland, pp. 261-85 è William Ferguson, Scotland: 1689 to the Present, The Edinburgh History of Scotland, vol. 4 (Edinburgh: Oliver and Boyd, 1968), pp. 1-35.

20Lyall, Of Presbyters and Kings, p. 21.

21Ïðîöèòèðîâàíî â Harold J. Laski, Studies in the Problem of Sovereignty (London: Oxford University Press, 1917), pp. 33, 34.

22Lyall, Of Presbyters and Kings, p. 22.

23Laski, Problem of Sovereignty, pp. 49, 51.

24òàì æå, ñòð. 50. Ïðåñâèòåðèàíñêèå òåîðåòèêè ñ÷èòàëè, ÷òî èõ ðåôîðìàòñêàÿ èäåÿ î “äâóõ öàðñòâàõ” îòëè÷àëàñü îò Ðèìñêîé êàòîëè÷åñêîé òåîðèè “äâóõ öàðñòâ”, êîòîðàÿ, êàê îíè óòâåðæäàëè, èìåëà ñêðûòóþ òåíäåíöèþ óòâåðæäåíèÿ êîíòðîëÿ öåðêâè íàä ãîñóäàðñòâîì. Òàêæå îíè îòëè÷àëèñü îò òðàäèöèîííîé ëþòåðàíñêîé èäåè “äâóõ öàðñòâ”, êîòîðàÿ, ïî ìíåíèþ ïðîòåñòàíòîâ, ñîçäàâàëà ñëèøêîì áîëüøîå ðàçäåëåíèå ìåæäó ðåëèãèåé è ãîñóäàðñòâîì ñ íåâûðàæåííîé ÿâíî òåíäåíöèåé óñòàíîâëåíèÿ êîíòðîëÿ ãîñóäàðñòâà íàä öåðêîâüþ.

25James F. Ferrier, Church and State (1848), quoted in George E. Davie, The Democratic Intellect in Scotland (Edinburgh: The University Press, 1961), p. 307.

26Ñì. Lyall, Of Presbyters and Kings, p. 23-84.

27Laski, Problem of Sovereignty, p. 49.

28Quentin Skinner, The Foundations of Modern Political Thought (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1978), 2:60.

29Owen Chadwick, The Reformation (Baltimore: Penguin Books, 1964), p. 22.

30W. M. Hetherengton (Robert Williamson, ed.), History of the Westminster Assembly of Divines, 4th ed. (Edinburgh: James Gemmell, 1878), p. 23.

31Chadwick, The Reformation, p. 101.

32òàì æå, ñòð. 115.

33òàì æå, ñòð. 117.

34òàì æå, ñòð. 123.

35òàì æå, ñòð. 128.

36òàì æå, ñòð. 212.

37Ð. Ò. Êåíäàë ðàññìàòðèâàåò åãî ïîëåçíîñòü â ðàáîòå “Êàëüâèí è àíãëèéñêèõ êàëüâèíèçì äî 1649 ã.” (R.T. Kendall, Calvin and English Calvinism to 1649 (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1981), p. 5)).

38Christopher Hill, Society and Puritanism (New York: Schocken Books, 1964, 1967), chapter 1.

39òàì æå, ñòð. 28, 29.

40Christopher Hill, Intellectual Origins of the English Revolution (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1965), p. 293.

41Chadwick, The Reformation, p. 214.

42Alexander F. Mitchell, The Westminster Assembly: Its History and Standards, 2nd ed. (Philadelphia: Presbyterian Board of Publication, 1897), pp. 3, 4, 5.

43Hetherington, History of the Westminster Assembly, p. 21.

44Mitchell, Westminster Assembly, p. 5.

45Douglas F. Kelly, “Richard Hooker”, in Evangelical Dictionary of Theology (Grand Rapids: Baker, 1984), pp. 531-32.

46Iain Murray, The Puritan Hope (London: Banner of Truth, 1971), p. 4.

47òàì æå, ñòð. 3.

48Christopher Hill, Puritanism and Revolution (New York: Schocken Books, 1958, 1970), p. 23.

49Ãëàâû 1 è 6 êíèãè Êðèñòîôåðà Õèëëà “Puritanism and Revolution” äàþò ÿñíîå îáúÿñíåíèå äàííîãî âîïðîñà.

50Hill, Society and Puritanism, p. 27.

51Ñì. êíèãó Õèëëà “Puritanism and Revolution”, ãë. 1, 4, 6, 10 äëÿ ïîëó÷åíèÿ îòëè÷íîãî îáçîðà òåðìèíîëîãèè è îáúÿñíåíèÿ Àíãëèéñêîé Ãðàæäàíñêîé Âîéíû.

52Christopher Hill, God’s Englishman: Oliver Cromwell and the English Revolution (New York: Harper and Row, 1970, 1972), p. 13.

53òàì æå, ñòð. 250.

54Hill, Puritanism and Revolution, pp. 46, 47.

55Hill, Society and Puritanism, p. 40.

1òàì æå, ñòð. 345, 348.

2 òàì æå, ñòð. 348.

3Hill, Intellectual Origins, p. 256.

4 Ñì. Õèëë î “Íîðìàíäñêîì èãå”, ãë. 3 â Puritanism and Revolution è î “Ñýðå Ýäâàðäå Êîêå - òâîðöå ìèôîâ” (ãë. 5) â Intellectual Origins.

5Eugen Rosenstock-Huessy, Out of Revolution (Norwich, Vt.: Argo Books, 1969), p. 270, 278.

6 Ñì. Hetherington, History of the Westminster Assembly, p. 55; Mitchell, Westminster Assembly, pp. 351-52; and Rosenstock-Huessy, Out of Revolution, pp. 272-77.

7Mitchell, Westminster Assembly, p. 69.

8òàì æå, ñòð. 70.

9òàì æå, ñòð. 72.

10òàì æå, ñòð. 84, 85.

11òàì æå, ñòð. 86.

12Donald MacLean, Aspects of Scottish Church History (Edinburgh: T. & T. Clark, 1927), p. 47.

13òàì æå, ñòð. 92.

14Hetherington, History of the Westminster Assembly, pp. 68, 69.

15J. H. S. Burleigh, A Church History of Scotland (London: Oxford University Press, 1960, 1961), p. 222

16òàì æå, ñòð. 222, 223.

17John R. MacCormack, Revolutionary Politics in the Long Parliament (Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 1973), pp. 8-10.

18Hetherington, History of the Westminster Assembly, p. 74.

19òàì æå, ñòð. 76.

20òàì æå, ñòð. 88.

21Rosenstock-Huessy, Out of Revolution, p. 308.

22Robert Baillie, The Letters and Journals of Robert Baillie 1637-1662, ed. David Laing, 3 vol. (Edinburgh: Robert Ogle, 1841), 2:186, quoted in S. W. Carruthers, The Everyday Work of the Westminster Assembly (Philadelphia: The Presbyterian Historical Society of America and of England, 1943), p. 5.

23Hetherington, History of the Westminster Assembly, p. 108.

24Carruthers, Work of the Westminster Assembly, p. 13.

25Benjamin B. Warfield, The Westminster Assembly and Its Work (Cherry Hill, N.J.: Mack, 1972), p. 23, n. 38, citing J. A. R. Marriott, The Life and Times of Lucius Cary (Viscount Falkland, 1907), p. 303.

26Warfield, Westminster Assembly and Its Work, pp. 22, 23.

27Baillie, Letters and Journals, p. 90.

28Warfield, Westminster Assembly and Its Work, p. 23.

29Hetherington, History of the Westminster Assembly, p. 117.

30Ñì. The Covenants and the Covernanters, comp. James Kerr (Edingurgh: R. W. Hunter, George IV Bridge, 1895), pp. 131-35.

31Òàê íàçûâàåìûå ïî èìåíè ãîëëàíäñêîãî ðåìîíñòðàíòà áîãîñëîâà ßêîáà Àðìèíèÿ, êîòîðûé ïåðâîíà÷àëüíî ó÷èëñÿ ïîä ðóêîâîäñòâîì ïðååìíèêà Êàëüâèíà â Æåíåâå Òåîäîðà Áåçû. “Ðåìîíñòðàíòû” ïðåäñòàâëÿëè ëèáåðàëüíîå òå÷åíèå â åâðîïåéñêîì áîãîñëîâñêîì ìûøëåíèè, êîòîðîå äåàêöåíòèðîâàëî âûñøóþ âëàñòü Áîãà â ñïàñåíèè, ïîä÷åðêèâàÿ ó÷àñòèå â íåì ÷åëîâåêà è åãî çíà÷åíèå. “Ïÿòü ïóíêòîâ êàëüâèíèçìà”, ñôîðìóëèðîâàííûå íà Äîðòñêîì ñèíîäå â 1618-19 ãîäàõ (àáñîëþòíая греховность ÷åëîâåêà, áåçóñëîâíîå èçáðàíèå, îðãàíè÷åííîå ïîìàçàíèå, неопровержимая áëàãîäàòü è непоколебимость ñâÿòûõ) ÿâèëèñü êàëüâèíèñòñêèì îòâåòîì íà ïÿòü ëèáåðàëüíûõ òåçèñîâ àðìèíèàí.

32John H. Leith, Assembly at Westminster: Reformed Theology in the Making (Richmond, Va.: John Knox Press, 1973), p. 26.

33Warfield, Westminster Assembly and Its Work, p. 26.

1MacCormack, Revolutionary Politics, pp. 11-13. Ñì. òàêæå Carruthers, Work of the Westminster Assembly, pp. 18-21.

2 Hetherington, History of the Westminster Assembly, p. 121.

3Warfield, Westminster Assembly and Its Work, p. 34.

4Hetherington, History of the Westminster Assembly, p. 152.

1Ïåðâîíà÷àëüíî áûëè âûáðàíû âîñåìü ñïåöèàëüíûõ óïîëíîìî÷åííûõ (÷етверо из духовенства è ÷åòûðå мирских ñòàðåéøèíû), «ïðåäñòàâëÿющих Öåðêîâü Øîòëàíäèè, êîòîðàÿ çàòåì ðàçäåëèëàñü íà äâå ïàðòèè, пî ñèìïàòèям ê ïðåæíåìó ïîðÿäêó â Øîòëàíäèè èëè ê “ïàðòèè äâèæåíèÿ íà þãå”, ò.å ïóðèòàíàì. Ðîáåðò Äóãëàñ, Àëåêñàíäð Õåíäåðñîí, Ðîáåðò Áàéëè ñ ãðàôîì Êàññàëèñîì è ëîðäîì Ìàéòëàíäîì ïðèíàäëåæàëè ê îäíîé ñòîðîíå; Ñàìóýëü Ðóòåðôîðä, Äæîðäæ Ãèëëåñïè è Àð÷èáàëüä Äæîíñòîí èõ Óîðèñòîíà - äðóãîé... Äóãëàñ è Êàññèëèñ íèêîãäà íå поднимались äî Ëîíäîíà..” (Warfield, Westminster Assembly and Its Work,. p. 30 n. 58).

2Carruthers, Work of the Westminster Assembly, p. 23.

3Warfield, Westminster Assembly and Its Work, p. 32.

4òàì æå, ñòð. 31, 32.

5òàì æå, ñòð. 33.

6òàì æå.

7Hetherington, History of the Westminster Assembly, pp. 139-42.

1Warfield, Westminster Assembly and Its Work, p. 37.

2 Hetherington, History of the Westminster Assembly, p. 131.

3Warfield, Westminster Assembly and Its Work, p. 37.

4Hetherington, History of the Westminster Assembly, p. 134.

5Warfield, Westminster Assembly and Its Work, pp. 37, 38 n. 72.

6MacCormack, Revolutionary Politics, p. 110.

7Warfield, Westminster Assembly and Its Work, p. 38.

8Ñì. Mitchell, Westminster Assemly, Lectures 6-9; Hetherington, History of the Westminster Assembly, chaps. 4-7; Carruthers, Work of the Westminster Assembly, chap. 2.

9Mitchell, Westminster Assembly, p. 188.

10Ñì. ïîäðîáíîñòè â Hetherington, History of the Westminster Assembly, pp. 154-58.

11Ñì. Mitchell, Westminster Assembly, pp. 192-94.

12òàì æå, ñòð. 196.

13Baillie, Letters and Journals, p. 360.

14Warfield, Westminster Assembly and Its Work, p. 40 n. 78.

15Mitchell, Westminster Assembly, p. 201.

16Warfield, Westminster Assembly and Its Work, pp. 40-41 n. 78.

17òàì æå.

18Mitchell, Westminster Assembly, p. 278.

19Rosenstock-Huessy, Out of Revolution, pp. 317-18.

20Christopher Hill, Society and Puritanism, pp. 502, 503.

21Ïðîöèòèðîâàíî â Warfield, Westminster Assembly and Its Work, p. 41 n. 79.

22Îòíîñèòåëüíî ïîäðîáíîñòåé ýòèõ ñïîðîâ ñì. Hetherington, History of the Westminster Assembly, p. 235-40.

23Mitchell, Westminter Assembly, p. 325-27.

24Ñì. òàì æå, ñòð. 301-34.

25òàì æå, ñòð. 330.

26Ñì. òàì æå, ñòð. 205; Hetherington, History of the Westminster Assembly, pp. 258, 272; MacCormack, Revolutionary Politics, pp. 41, 95.

27MacCormack, Revolutionary Politics, pp. 32-91.

28Hetherington, History of the Westminster Assembly, pp. 285, 286.

29Mitchell, Westminster Assembly, p. 379.

30Leith, Assembly at Westminster, p. 62.

31òàì æå, ñòð. 63.

32òàì æå, ñòð. 62.

33Ñì. áèîãðàôèþ Êðèñòîôåðà Õèëëà “God’s Englishman”.

34òàì æå, ñòð. 253.

35òàì æå.

36Terry Elniff, The Guise of Every Graceless Heart: Human Autonomy in Puritan Thought and Experience (Vallecito, Calif.: Ross House Books, 1981), p. 79.

37Hill, God’s Englishman, p. 253.

38 Ñð. Francis Lyall, Of Presbyters and Kings: Church and State in the Law of Scotland (Aberdeen: Aberdeen University Press, 1980), p. 19.

39Õîòÿ Òîìàñ Êàðëàéë â òèïè÷íîì äëÿ íåãî ñòèëå ýññå XIX âåêà ïðåóâåëè÷èë ïîëîæåíèå äåë, îí ïðèâîäèò îáîñíîâàííûé äîâîä ïî äàííîé òåìå: “Ïóðèòàíñòâî Øîòëàíäèè ñòàëî ïóðèòàíñòâîì Àíãëèè, Íîâîé Àíãëèè. Ñóìàòîõà â “Âûñîêîé öåðêâè” Ýäèíáóðãà ïåðåøëà â îáùåå ñðàæåíèå è áîðüáó çà âñå ýòè ñôåðû; ïîñëå ïÿòèäåñÿòè ëåò áîðüáû òàì ïîÿâèëîñü òî, ÷òî ìû íàçûâàåì “Ñëàâíîé Ðåâîëþöèåé”, Habeas Corpus Act, ñâîáîäíûå Ïàðëàìåíòû è ìíîãîå äðóãîå! Óâû, ðàçâå ìû íå ïðàâû, êîãäà ãîâîðèì, ÷òî ìíîãèå â àâàíãàðå âñåãäà, êàê ðóññêèå ñîëäàòû, èäóò ñòðîåì â òðàíøåþ Schweidniz è çàïîëíÿþò åå ñâîèì ìåðòâûìè òåëàìè, ÷òîáû èäóùèå çà íèìè ìîãëè ïåðåéòè ïî íèì, íå çàìî÷èâ íîã, è ïîëó÷èò ïî÷åò? Ñêîëüêî óáåæäåííûõ ïðÿìûõ Êðîìâåëåé, Íîêñîâ è áåäíûõ ñåëüñêèõ êîâåíàíòîðîâ, ñðàæàÿñü çà ñàìó æèçíü â òðóäíûõ òîïêèõ ìåñòàõ, äîëæíû áîðîòüñÿ è ñòðàäàòü è ïàäàòü, ñèëüíî îñóæäàåìûå çà òî, ÷òî çàáðûçãàíû ãðÿçüþ, ïåðåä òåì, êàê ïðåêðàñíàÿ Ðåâîëþöèÿ Âîñüìèäåñÿòè âîñüìè* ñìîæåò ïåðåøàãíóòü èõ â ëàêèðîâàííûõ òóôëÿõ è øåëêîâûõ ÷óëêàõ, ñ óíèâåðñàëüíûì äåâÿòèêðàòíûì óðà” (Thomas Carlyle, On Heroes, Hero-Worship and the Heroic in History [London: Chapman and Hall, Ltd., 1872, 1897], pp. 134, 135).

40Rosenstock-Huessy, Out of Revolution, pp. 314, 315.

41Lyall, Of Presbyters and Kings, p. 22.

42Chard Powers Smith, Yankees and God (New York: Hermitage House, 1954).

43John H. Leith, Introduction to the Reformed Tradition (Edinburgh: The Saint Andrew Press, 1978), p. 45.

44Perry Miller, The New England Mind: The Seventeenth Century (Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 1954); Miller and Johnson, The Puritans (Boston: American Book Company, 1938).

45Earnest T. Thompson, Presbyterians in the South, 3 vol. (Richmond, Va.: John Knox Press, 1963), 1:42, 43.

46òàì æå, ñòð. 43.

47Leonard J. Trinterud, The Forming of an American Tradition (Freeport: Books for Libraries Press, 1950).

48Donald S. Lutz, “The Origins of American constitutionalism: The Colonial Heritage” in Juris: For Jurisprudence and Legal History 2 (1987): 5.

49òàì æå, ñòð. 8.

50òàì æå, ñòð. 9.

51òàì æå, ñòð. 10.

52òàì æå, ñòð. 14.

53Trinterud, Forming of an American Tradition.

54Lutz, “Origins of American Constitutionalism,” p. 15.

55òàì æå, ñòð. 11.

56Alexis de Tocqueville, Democracy in America (New York: Century, 1898), 1:48.

57òàì æå, ñòð. 51.

58Lutz, “Origins of American Constitutionalism,” p. 21.

59Ýòè èçìåíåíèÿ îáñóæäàþòñÿ òàì æå, ñòð. 21-25.

60òàì æå, ñòð. 21.

61Carl Bridenbaugh, Mitre and Sceptre: Tranatlantic Faiths, Ideas, Personalities and Politics: 1689-1775 (New York: Oxford University Press, 1962), e.g. see pp. 50, 51, 215, 245, 246, 250, 251.

62òàì æå, ñòð. 245, 246.

63Christopher Hill, God’s Englishman (New York: Harper and Row, 1972), pp. 222, 223.

64òàì æå, ñòð. 238.

65Michael Walzer, The Revolution of the Saints: A Study in the Origin of Radical Politics (Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard Universtiy Press, 1965), pp. 10, 11.

66R. J. Ruchdoony, This Independent Republic (Nutley, N. J.: Craig Press, 1973), p. 92.

67Jonathan Edwards, Memoirs in The Works of Jonathan Edwards, 2 vol. (Edinburgh: Banner of Truth, 1834, 1974), 1:xliii.

68Bridenbaugh, Mitre and Sceptre, p. 84.

69Trinterud, Forming of an American Tradition, passim.

70C.Gregg Singer, A Theological Interpretation of American History, 2nd ed. (Phillipsburg, N.J.: Presbyterian and Reformed, 1981) and Mark A. Noll, Nathan O. Hatch, and George M. Marsden, The Search for Christian America (Westchester, Ill: Crossway, 1983).

71Ñì. Carl and Jessica Bridenbaugh, Rebels and Gentlemen, Philadelphia in the Age of Franklin (New York: Reynal and Hitchcock, 1942), and, e.g., Herb Titus, Religious Freedom: The War Between Two Faiths (Virginia Beach, Va.: CBN University, 1983).

72 См. главу 4 данной книги.

73 Bridenbaugh, Mitre and Sceptre, p. 322.

74 Charles Howard McIlwaine, The American Revolution: A Constitutional Interpretation (Ithaca, N. Y.: Great Seals Books, 1958).

75 См. Bridenbaugh, Mitre and Sceptre, pp. 91, 97, 110, 321, 322 и Trinterud, Forming of an AmericanTradition, pp. 220, 221.

76 Bridenbaugh, Mitre and Sceptre, p. 322.

77 См выпуск “The Journal of American Church History”, посвященный «Пресвитерианам и американской революции» (1976).

78 Например, Bridenbaugh, Mitre and Sceptre, p. 190, 314.

79 О Самуэле Дэйвисе см. там же, стр. 131, 132.

80 См. Thomas Cary Johnson, Virginia Presbyterianism and Religious Liberty in Colonial and Revolutionary Times (Richmond, Va.: The Presbyterian Committee of Publication, 1907); Pilcher, Samuel Davies: Apostle of Dissent in Colonial Virginia (Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press, 1971).

81 Johnson, Virginia Presbyterianism, p. 27.

82 Johnson, Virginia Presbyterianism, p. 27.

83 Mark Noll, “James Madison: From Evangelical Princeton to the Constitutional Convention,” Pre Rege 16, no.2

84 Alice M. Baldwin, The New England Clergy and the American Revolution (New York: Ungar, 1958).

85 Johnson, Virginia Presbyterianism, p. 77.

86 Robert L. Cord, Separation of Church and State: Historical Fact and Current Fiction (New York: Lambeth Press, 1982), p. 15.

87 Thomas J. Curry, The First Freedoms: Church and State in America to the Passage of the First Amendment (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1986).

88 James Smylie, “Madison and Witherspoon: The Roots of American Political Theory,” Princeton University Library Chronicle 22 (Spring 1961).






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