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God's Hundred Years: A Brief History of Reformation

Hubert J Smith

Paperback 2007-10-25

Publisher Description

This book sets out the story of the Reformation in a clear, concise manner. Focusing on the biographies and beliefs of the main protagonists, including John Wycliff, John Knox, Erasmus and Calvin, among many others, the book introduces and explains events that redrew the map of Europe and irrevocably altered everyday lives. Smith examines key events in Germany, France and Switzerland as well as demonstrating how the Protestant movement in the British Isles affected worship and belief in England, Scotland, Ireland and Wales. It also details Catholic reaction and the political implications of Protestantism, making this one of the most comprehensive and comprehensible histories currently available.

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Publisher Description

This book sets out the story of the Reformation in a clear, concise manner. Focusing on the biographies and beliefs of the main protagonists, including John Wycliff, John Knox, Erasmus and Calvin, among many others, the book introduces and explains events that redrew the map of Europe and irrevocably altered everyday lives. Smith examines key events in Germany, France and Switzerland as well as demonstrating how the Protestant movement in the British Isles affected worship and belief in England, Scotland, Ireland and Wales. It also details Catholic reaction and the political implications of Protestantism, making this one of the most comprehensive and comprehensible histories currently available.

Koorong Code270382
ISBN0718830695
EAN9780718830694
Pages224
DepartmentAcademic
CategoryChurch History
PublisherLutterworth Press
Publication DateOct 2007
Dimensions11 x 155 x 233mm
Weight0.34kg