Posted by Luke J. Wilson on 14th February 2019 in Book Review | book review,reformation,church history
This short little book on the reformation
and some of the leading men who helped to kick-start it and continue to fan its flames has been very enjoyable to read. It really is a “sound bite history” as the chapters are short and snappy, and really only cover the absolute basics of each of the Reformers lives. The book has seven chapters, with six of them dedicated to an individual who had a pivotal role in the beginnings of the reformation
: Martin Luther, John Wycliffe, John Huss, John Calvin, Hugh Latimer and George Whitefield.
:A Sound-bite History
I found it to be very educational and easy to read and digest; gleaning just enough info...