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McGrath demonstrates how the intellectual origins of the Reformation were heterogeneous, and examines the implications of this for our understanding of the Reformation as a whole. McGrath's reading of the Reformation against the complex intellectual background opens up new insights into this highly significant historical phenomenon. This also offers a defense of the entire enterprise of intellectual history, and a reaffirmation of the importance of ideas to the development of history.
Number of Pages: 304
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- Provides an updated and expanded version of the original, highly-acclaimed edition.
- Explores the complex intellectual roots of the Reformation, offering a sustained engagement with the ideas of humanism and scholasticism.
- Demonstrates how the intellectual origins of the Reformation were heterogeneous, and examines the implications of this for our understanding of the Reformation as a whole.
- Offers a defence of the entire enterprise of intellectual history, and a reaffirmation of the importance of ideas to the development of history.
- Written by Alister E. McGrath, one of today’s best-known Christian writers.