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Includes bibliographical references (p. 220-231).and index.
Introduction: religion and American disestablishment -- The monk and the bard: Luther's protest to Milton's Protestant vision -- The philosopher and the enthusiast: John Locke and William Penn bring dissenting Protestantism to America -- The Puritan lawyer and the Baptist preacher: Elisha Williams, Isaac Backus, and the rise of dissent in America -- Revolutionary and governor: William Livington and the Anglican control of King's College -- The political theologian and the theological politician: John Witherspoon and James Madison make a national principle -- Epilogue: back to the future: three competing views of church and state.