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2,000 Years of Christ's Power Vol. 3Renaissance and Reformation

2,000 Years of Christ's Power Vol. 3

Renaissance and Reformation

Nick Needham
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The Renaissance was a reaction against the attitude of the Middle Ages. And the Reformation was the passionate, divisive argument that grew out of it. Catholics, Calvinists, Lutherans, Anabaptists - our present-day divisions were the front-page headlines of the Reformation. Volume three of 2,000 Years of Christ's Power, in showing the progression of the Reformation era, and the daring bravery of its figures, presents a period of history from which there are many lessons to be learnt - not least of all, the vibrancy of people's lives and the courage with which they faced death.

Nick Needham

About Nick Needham

Nick Needham is the Church History lecturer at Highland Theological College in Dingwall and the minister at Inverness Reformed Baptist Church. Previous to this, he taught Systematic Theology at Scottish Baptist College in Glasgow. He is author of the highly collectable 2,000 Years of Christ's Power series.

Specifications

  • Author: Nick Needham
  • Release Date: October 2016
  • Pages: 616
  • Format: Large trade hardback
  • Dimensions: 216 x 138
  • ISBN: 9781781917800
  • Imprint: Christian Focus
  • Category: Church > Denominations > History
  • Series: Grace Publications

Endorsements

Nick Needham's volumes on church history explain everything that someone new to the subject might not understand. At the same time, they achieve a depth of detail to interest those who already know something of the subject. We use them as standard texts at LTS and look forward eagerly to forthcoming volumes.

Robert Strivens, Principal, London Seminary, London

What makes the books so useful is that in a non-technical (but not simplistic) way, they bring out the main story line of the history of the church through the centuries. But in addition, and most helpfully, each chapter concludes with a selection of writings (translated of course!) from people discussed in the chapter. This means that we are not only told what certain people believed, but we are able to read some of their actual writings -- and this is often extremely illuminating.

Martin K. Bussey, Lecturer in theology, Africa International University, Kenya
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