Reformation Thought: An Introduction

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Wiley, Feb 16, 2001 - Religion - 344 pages
Reformation Thought is an acclaimed and popular introductory guide to the central ideas of the European reformation for theology and history students.

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The Meaning of the Reformation The reformation in Europe produced a major change in the way christian beliefs were understand and social life experienced. Alister E. McGrath wrote a clear and readable ... Read full review

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Alister E. McGrath is Principal of Wycliffe Hall, Oxford and Research Lecturer in Theology at Oxford University. He is the author of numerous works in theology, including the best-selling Christian Theology: An Introduction, Second Edition (Blackwell Publishers, 1996).

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