The Reformation: A Very Short Introduction

@inproceedings{Tkachenko2017TheRA,
  title={The Reformation: A Very Short Introduction},
  author={Rostislav Tkachenko},
  year={2017}
}
A small, relatively recent, and well-written book by Peter Marshall belongs to the well-known Oxford series called “Very Short Introductions.” It is an informative and analytical introduction to the history, culture, politics, and theology of the Reformation that took place in sixteenth-century Europe. The Reformation is an academic research-based book that is nevertheless very accessible to a wide audience. It is part of the larger company of historical and cultural mini-handbooks such as, The… 
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