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Renaissance & Reformation

William R. Estep
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William B. Eerdmans

Although the Reformation is a fundamentally important period, says William Estep, it is often misunderstood -- in part because many of its interpreters have tried to make its events fit their own interpretive mold . . . After an introductory overview of medieval Europe, Estep presents the essential features of the Renaissance and examines its relationship to the Reformation . . . In his thorough exploration of the many facets of the Reformation, Estep pays particular attention to those individuals whose lives and work significantly determined the religious and spiritual direction of the period -- Wychiffe, Huss, Erasmus, Luther, Zwingli, and Calvin.