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Review Á The Reformation: History in an Hour 100 ¶ ➹ [Download] ➵ The Reformation: History in an Hour By Edward A. Gosselin ➼ – Eyltransferservices.co.uk Love history Know your stuff with History in an HourLove history Know your stuff with History in an HourLove history Know your stuff with History in an HLove history Know your stuff with History in eBook #180 His. I thought this was just adeuate as a very short history of the Reformation but no than that Perhaps it demonstrates that such a complex religious and political development stretching over than a century isn't really suitable for the history in an hour treatment It covers the European Reformation in reasonable detail with a fair amount on the theological differences between Luther Zwingli and Calvin but very little on the English Reformation the LollardsWycliffe get no mention as this book firmly dates the Reformation from Luther's nailing of his theses on the cathedral door Henry VIII's split from Rome and the Elizabethan settlement being there in the barest of outlines Useful potted biographies and a timeline at the back though so this is still handy as a simple reference tool

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An HourLove history Know your stuff with History in an Hou. Once again I am moved to recommend these history in an hour books The books are what they say on the tin An overview an overview that can wet the appetite if you want to go deeper or just be left as a general knowledge of the subject I think this is my 10th or 11th history in an hour book and I've enjoyed every one of them Also and of great importance on my kindle they cost £099 Some were even cheaper In these days where a pound coin won't even buy you a cup of costa coffee to sit and read your book with that's a bargain

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The Reformation History in an HourTory in an HourLove history Know your stuff with History in. This works as a 'potted history' of the Reformation or Reformations plural as scholars now tend to use but it is inevitably limited It's good at the start and on the theological differences that emerge but then seems to drift off as it skims through the various Protestant movements and their own in fightingI was surprised that there's less on English Protestantism than I expected and it doesn't really comment on vernacular bibles or the King James Version since one of the tenets of reformed religion was that the 'word of God' should be available directly and individually rather than being mediated via the Catholic church and church officersThis works as a very brief introductory overview to a protracted and complex period of European history