“The Humble Advice of the Assembly of Divines”

From 1643 to 1648, an average of seventy ministers regularly met at Westminster Abbey in London to draft a far reaching and uniformly acceptable ecclesiastical system for the churches of England, Scotland and Ireland. As an advisory body to England’s Long Parliament, the Westminster Assembly and its work epitomized the complexities of church reformation and society in the turbulent 1640s as the divines balanced theology, politics and the daily realities of godly living: all in the midst of a violent Civil War.

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