REFORMATIONS by Felipe Fernandez-Armesto
A Radical Interpretation of Christianity and the World, 1500-2000

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Two renowned historians, one Catholic and the other Protestant, explore the current worldwide resurgence of Christianity and suggest that it is a result of an ongoing cycle of ebb and flow stemming from the Protestant Reformation. 20,000 first printing.
 

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Felipe FernAndez-Armesto is currently the William P. ReynFelipe FernAndez-Armesto is currently the William P. ReynFelipe FernAndez-Armesto is currently the William P. Reynolds Professor of History at Notre Dame University, and is oolds Professor of History at Notre Dame University, and is oolds Professor of History at Notre Dame University, and is on the editorial board of the "Journal of Global History". Fen the editorial board of the "Journal of Global History". Fen the editorial board of the "Journal of Global History". FernAndez-Armesto is also a member of the history faculty at QrnAndez-Armesto is also a member of the history faculty at QrnAndez-Armesto is also a member of the history faculty at Queen Mary College, University of London. The author, coauthoueen Mary College, University of London. The author, coauthoueen Mary College, University of London. The author, coauthor, or editor of more than twenty-five books, FernAndez-Armesr, or editor of more than twenty-five books, FernAndez-Armesr, or editor of more than twenty-five books, FernAndez-Armesto's work has been translated into twenty-two languages. Histo's work has been translated into twenty-two languages. Histo's work has been translated into twenty-two languages. His books include "Before Columbus"; "The Times Illustrated His books include "Before Columbus"; "The Times Illustrated His books include "Before Columbus"; "The Times Illustrated History of Europe"; "Columbus"; "Millennium: A History of the Ltory of Europe"; "Columbus"; "Millennium: A History of the Ltory of Europe"; "Columbus"; "Millennium: A History of the Last Thousand Years" (the subject of a ten-part series on CNNast Thousand Years" (the subject of a ten-part series on CNNast Thousand Years" (the subject of a ten-part series on CNN); "Civilizations: Culture, Ambition, and the Transformation); "Civilizations: Culture, Ambition, and the Transformation); "Civilizations: Culture, Ambition, and the Transformation of Nature"; "Near a Thousand Tables"; "The Americas"; "Idea of Nature"; "Near a Thousand Tables"; "The Americas"; "Idea of Nature"; "Near a Thousand Tables"; "The Americas"; "Ideas That Changed the World"; "Humankind: A Brief History"; "Ths That Changed the World"; "Humankind: A Brief History"; "Ths That Changed the World"; "Humankind: A Brief History"; "The Times Atlas of World Exploration"; "Reformations"; "Truth"e Times Atlas of World Exploration"; "Reformations"; "Truth"e Times Atlas of World Exploration"; "Reformations"; "Truth"; and "The Times Guide to the Peoples of Europe". ; and "The Times Guide to the Peoples of Europe". ; and "The Times Guide to the Peoples of Europe". Derek Wilson, one of our leading biographers and novelists, came to prominence thirty years ago, after graduating from Cambridge University, with "A Tudor Tapestry: Men Women and Society in Reformation England," This was followed by several critically acclaimed and best-selling books, such as "Rothschild: A Story of Wealth and Power; Sweet Robin: Robert Dudley, Earl of Leicester; Hans Holbein: Portrait of an Unknown Man"; and, most recently, "The King and The Gentleman: Charles Stuart and Oliver Cromwell 1599-1649," He has also written and presented numerous radio and television programs. Now, after three decades of study and reflection, he returns to those themes he first explored in "A Tudor Tapestry."
 
Published January 1, 1996 by Bantam Press. 439 pages
Genres: History, Religion & Spirituality. Non-fiction

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They focus on Christian leaders, Christian art, and Christian architecture to illustrate the common themes in Christian history that can be found in apparently incongruous examples of the faith.

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Rather, they argue, it is a dynamic period that began long before the 16th century and continues today, ""embracing the common religious experiences of Christians of different traditions worldwide."" Luther, Calvin and Zwingli reshaped Christian tradition, but so did Wycliffe before them, Wesley ...

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