E. P. lfpb. 165pp. RRP £8.99
In this carefully researched narrative, Gary Brady presents with skill and insight the crucial events of 350 years ago known as the Great Ejection of 1662. Those who were ejected in 1662 suffered as they did because of their loyalty to conscience, their belief that the Reformation was a great act of God that was essential and must be continued, and their insistence that Scripture and not tradition must reign supreme.