First published in 1732, The History of the Puritans (5 vols.) has been a historical standard on the life and times of the Puritan fathers. In this collection, the influence of the Puritans in England is carefully documented and traced over the course of over a hundred years, beginning with the time of Henry the VIII. Daniel Neal, a minister and historian, tracks the Puritans' effects on politics and social change, resulting in a dynamic and contextual exploration of this time frame. This set is essential for understanding how the Puritans helped to shape England, as well as comprehending the key events and figures involved.
With over two thousand pages of material, The History of the Puritans (5 vols.) is an in-depth study of the Puritans and the history of England. The Logos edition of The History of the Puritans (5 vols.) provides instant access to the influence of the Puritans, making study easy and comparable with other resources.
Daniel Neal, born in 1678, was a British historian and clergyman. With the publication of History of New England in 1720, he was awarded an honorary M.A. from Harvard College. Neal wrote The History of the Puritans between 1732 and 1738. He died in 1743.