History of the Reformation of the 16th Century 1846

Kessinger Publishing, 2003 M07 1 - 696 páginas
The history of one of the greatest revolutions that has ever been accomplished in human affairs, of a mighty impulse communicated in the world, and whose influence is still visible on every side, and not the history of a mere party, is the object of this undertaking. The history of the Reformation is distinct from that of Protestantism. In the former everything bears the mark of a regeneration of the human race, of a religious and social change emanating from God himself. In the latter we too often witness a glaring degeneracy from first principles, the struggles of parties, a sectarian spirit, and the traces of petty individualities. The present book contains Volumes I to IV of the original series.

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