Converts and conversion in Ireland, 1650–1850

Michael Brown, Charles I. McGrath & Thomas P. Power, editors

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ISBN: 1-85182-810-9
May 2005. 240pp.


The provisions for conversion in the penal laws, 1695–1750
Charles Ivar McGrath

The theology and liturgy of conversion
Tom Power


Clerical converts
Tom Power

Convert narratives in eighteenth-century Ireland
Michael Brown

The conversion of Father James O'Farrell
James Kelly


Puritan subjectivities: the conversion debate in Cromwellian Dublin
Crawford Gribben

Becoming convinced: Quaker conversion narratives in the late seventeenth century
Sandra Hynes

Tradition and Enlightenment: conversion and assurance of salvation in Ulster Presbyterianism, 1700–1859
Andrew Holmes


Charles, twelfth viscount of Costello-Dillon: conversion and family identity in eighteenth-century Europe
Colm James O'Connail

'From perpetual ignorance and silence': notions of conversion in the correspondence of Lady Ranelagh and Bishop Dopping
Betsy Taylor-FitzSimon

Conversion, family and mentality
David Fleming