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Self-restraint and salvation
Robert G. Ingram

Hands: Self-Organization and the Eighteenth Century (Chicago, 2015), pp. 11–46; Harris, Politics and the Nation, pp. 278–323. 10 T. Claydon, ‘The Sermon, the “Public Sphere” and the Political Culture of Late Seventeenth-Century England’, in P. McCullough and L. Ferrell (eds), The English Sermon Revisited: Religion, Literature and History, 1600–1750 (Manchester, 2000), pp. 208–34; R. Dixon, ‘Sermons in Print, 1660–1700’, in P. McCullough, H. Adlington and E. Rhatigan (eds), Oxford Handbook of the Early Modern Sermon (Oxford, 2011), pp. 460–79; J. Caudle, ‘Measures of

in Reformation without end
Prodigies, miracles and providence
Robert G. Ingram

. Bowersock, Julian the Apostate (Cambridge, MA, 1978), pp. 88–90. 3 A. Walsham, Providence in Early Modern England (Oxford, 1999); J. Sheehan and D. Wahrman, Invisible Hands: Self-Organization and the Eighteenth Century (Chicago, 2015), pp. 11–46. 4 J. Israel, Radical Enlightenment: Philosophy and the Making of Modernity, 1650– 1750 (Oxford, 2001), pp. 218–29; J. Wigelsworth, ‘“God always acts suitable to his character, as a wise and good being”: Thomas Chubb and Thomas Morgan on Miracles and Providence’, in W. Hudson, D. Lucci and J. Wigelsworth (eds), Atheism and

in Reformation without end