d'Aubigné's - History of the Reformation of the Sixteenth Century (2 Book Set)

J.H. Merle d'Aubigné
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Today we see an alarming lack of understanding in the Protestant Church concerning the cause and effect of the Reformation. The subsequent trials endured to maintain and "contend for the faith which was once delivered unto the saints" should be the study of every true Protestant.

This book covers the entire history of the Reformation, beginning from the state of Europe before the Reformation and its beliefs and corruption through to the early vocalizers of the Reformation's principles, to Luther's life, Roman theology, Zwingli and other reformers, the decline of the Catholic Church, and the emergence of the Protestant faith. This book is a thorough and powerful record of one of the greatest revolutions ever accomplished. The history of the Reformation addresses itself to all Christians and to all humanity.

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