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Astonishing Amount Of Original Sources Itamount of extant original sources it Aculous events in the Cvennes not provided a What Would You Like? first hand account of an outlawed religion but became the centre of a heated debate in London concerning 'false prophets' By exploring French protestantism through voluntary testimonies given by Huguenot exiles in London this study not only offers a rare glimpse of aorbidden religion but also shows how a long established immigrant church in London confronted the problems posed by recent arrivals infused with a radical sense of mystic purpose and divine revelati. .
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an enthusiastic phenomenon Following Louis #XIV'S REVOCATION OF THE EDICT OF NANTES 1685 #revocation of the Edict of Nantes in 1685 protestants aced theenthusiastic phenomenon Following Louis XIV's revocation of the Edict of Nantes in 1685 French protestants Cinderella for a Night (36 Hours, faced the choice of abandoning their religion or defying the law Manyled abroad whilst others continued to meet clandestinely or worship and to organise resistance to government policy culminating in the bloody Camisard rebellion of 1702 10 During this period of conflict and repression a distinct culture of prophecy and divine inspiration grew up which was to become a defining characteristic of the dispersed protestant co. .