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Number of Pages: 560
Publication Date: 2008
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The Substance of the Faith: Luther's Doctrinal Theology for TodayDennis Bielfeldt, Mickey L. Mattox, Paul R. HinlickyFortress Press / 2008 / Trade Paperback$27.31
Renewed by the Word: The Bible and Christian Revival since the ReformationJ.N. MorrisHendrickson Publishers / Hardcover$5.99 Retail:5 Stars Out Of 5 2 Reviews
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The Reformation: How a Monk and a Mallet Changed the WorldStephen J. NicholsCrossway / 2007 / Trade Paperback$11.99 Retail:5 Stars Out Of 5 3 Reviews
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The Intellectual Origins of the European Reformation, Second EditionAlister E. McGrathWiley-Blackwell / Trade Paperback$59.58
A New Interpretation of Protestantism and Its Impact on the World
The radical idea that individuals could interpret the Bible for themselves spawned a revolution that is still being played out on the world stage today. This innovation lies at the heart of Protestantism's remarkable instability and adaptability. World-renowned scholar Alister McGrath sheds new light on the fascinating figures and movements that continue to inspire debate and division across the full spectrum of Protestant churches and communities worldwide.
Alister E. McGrath is a historian, biochemist, and Christian theologian born in Belfast, Northern Ireland. A longtime professor at Oxford University, he now holds the chair in theology, ministry, and education at the University of London. He is the author of several books on theology and history, including Christianity's Dangerous Idea, In the Beginning, and The Twilight of Atheism. He lives in Oxford, England, and lectures regularly in the United States.
At a time when Protestants will soon cease to be the predominant faith tradition in the United States, McGrath's landmark reassessment of the movement and its future is well-timed. Replete with helpful modern-day examples that explain the past, McGrath brings to life the Protestant movements and personalities that shaped history and the central Christian idea that continues to dramatically influence world events today.