Crisis and Renewal Paperback

The Era of the Reformations

by R. Ward Holder;

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Crisis and Renewal

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This volume in the Westminster History of Christian Thought series introduces readers to the events and ideas that propelled the various religious reformations of sixteenth-century Europe. This splendid introduction to this momentous period examines the historical and theological developments that dramatically changed the religious landscape of Europe and continue to have important effects today. Discussion questions and other aids make this an excellent book for classroom use. Crisis and Renewal plunges students into the middle of Reformation scholarship. By introducing a variety of approaches to the Reformation, Holder offers an insightfully clear starting point for beginning students who want to understand the many essential issues surrounding the study of the Reformation. A useful resource for students studying the history of Reformation thought. - Esther Chung-Kim, Assistant Professor of History of Christianity, Claremont School of Theology.

Crisis and Renewal by R. Ward Holder was published by Westminster John Knox in January 2009 and is our 57294th best seller. The ISBN for Crisis and Renewal is 9780664229900.

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Details for Crisis and Renewal

Author / Artist
Book FormatPaperback
PublisherWestminster John Knox (January 2009)
Number of Pages250
Thickness17 mm
Height229 mm
Width152 mm
Product Code1251758
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