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Flesh and SpiritAn anthology of seventeenth-century women's writing$
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Rachel Adcock, Sara Read, and Anna Ziomek

Print publication date: 2014

Print ISBN-13: 9780719090233

Published to Manchester Scholarship Online: January 2015

DOI: 10.7228/manchester/9780719090233.001.0001

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Katherine Sutton

Katherine Sutton

Chapter:
(p.218) 9 Katherine Sutton
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Flesh and Spirit
Author(s):

Rachel Adcock

Sara Read

Anna Ziomek

Publisher:
Manchester University Press
DOI:10.7228/manchester/9780719090233.003.0010

This chapter comprises an introduction to the conversion narrative and prophecies of Katherine Sutton, selected reading, and extracts from her only published work, A Christian Womans Experiences of the Glorious Working of Gods Free Grace (1663). Sutton was a Particular Baptist and Fifth Monarchist, connected to the London Baptist Church of Hanserd Knollys who wrote the preface to the work, who fled to Holland after the Restoration (the work was published in Rotterdam). Sutton's traumatic experiences (including illness following childbirth and surviving a shipwreck) were interpreted by her as God continuing to sanctify her through the Holy Spirit and deaden sin within her.

Keywords:   Baptist, Fifth Monarchist, Restoration, Shipwreck, Suffering, Illness, Childbirth, Conversion narrative, Prophecy, Hanserd Knollys

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