By David Whitford
This identify offers the ecu Reformation as noticeable during the lifetime of an incredible yet little-known participant—Philipp of Hesse, a nobleman who grew to become a Reformation chief in Germany.
• presents a clean method of a curricular staple subject that's severe to the certainty of early smooth heritage, the heritage of faith, and the present nation of Christianity
• allows readers to appreciate how the occasions of the Reformation opened up through viewing the occasions throughout the point of view of 1 guy imperative to the reason and demonstrating how definite contributors' convictions resulted in the theology that followed
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A Reformation Life: The European Reformation through the Eyes of Philipp of Hesse: The European Reformation through the Eyes of Philipp of Hesse (Praeger Series on the Early Modern World) by David Whitford