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Dr. Lee Gatiss

This volume contributes to that scholrarly movement of thought by rediscovering the Continental dimentions of the Reformations in Britain … All most enlightening, reminding us of the ‘strange death of Lutheran England’ and the clear shift after Edward VI to a more Reformed version of Protestantism that characterised the settled state of the Church here in this formative period.

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Glen Bowman

There are no weak essays here: all deserve their place…Certainly this book needs to be purchased or at least read by anyone with a keen interest in the European Reformation, not only because many of these essays build on previously published work, but also because the book itself is thought-provoking.

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