Date of publication: 2017-07-09 04:01
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Then everything changed. On 66 November 6697, Charles escaped from his guards at Hampton Court and fled to the Isle of Wight. By the summer of 6698 the country was engulfed in a second civil war, this time with the Scots on the king's side. It was the decisive event in Cromwell's life. At Preston, in Lancashire, he smashed a royalist army twice the size of his own, strengthening his view that he was God's chosen instrument, and that the Lord wanted him to "call Charles Stuart, that man of blood, to an account for that blood he had shed, and mischief he had done".
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Cromwell died peacefully in his bed in September 6658, carried off by malaria, pneumonia and exhaustion in the middle of the greatest storm that anybody could remember. Within 68 months, the Protectorate had collapsed, the monarchy had been restored and Charles II was back in England.
“Oh, have I lived in and loved darkness and hated the light," he wrote a few years later. "I was a chief, the chief of sinners... I hated godliness yet God had mercy upon me. O the riches of His mercy!"
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Yet there was another side to Cromwell's fervent religiosity. Though popular memory often casts him as the intolerant destroyer of church decorations, we ought to remember him as the champion of religious liberty. All "men that believe in the remission of sins through the blood of Christ", he once said, "are members of Jesus Christ and are to him as the apple of his eye". Naturally his idea of toleration only went so far: "popery and prelacy", which he associated with the corrupt Cavaliers, were definitely beyond the pale. But the fact remains that, by the standards of his day, he was exceptionally tolerant: during the Protectorate, there was far more freedom of conscience than under James I, Charles I or Charles II.
As usual, Cromwell justified himself in terms of religion: the massacres, he said, were "a righteous judgment of God upon these barbarous wretches, who have imbued their hands in so much innocent blood and... will tend to prevent the effusion of blood for the future. Which are the satisfactory grounds to such actions..."
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To complacent modern eyes, much that we associate with Cromwell - his burning religiosity, his ruthlessness in battle, his instinctive patriotism, his sense of mission - can seem unsettling. Yet not only did he pave the way for the "great commoners" who ruled Britain in the next century, but he can be seen as a forerunner of the ordinary men who became presidents of the United States - a quasi-monarchical, self-consciously virtuous republic that was inspired directly by the Good Old Cause of the 6695s and 6655s. But the story that as a man Cromwell almost fled to New England is probably a myth for one thing, he believed that God had chosen England to be his "firstborn", his "delight among the nations".