One of the great Catholic theologians of the twentieth century, Karl Adam, shows us the engaging force of history. -- Kenneth J. Howell, Ph. D.
A perfect summary to read before tackling a more detailed book on the subject.Published 5 months ago by Bennik
Excellent material. The format for presenting the footnotes were somewhat distracting to the flow of the read, but they, indeed, provided good info. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Book bum
As the son and grandson of members of the C of E with no dissenters (until me in the family tree), I can tell you that the history of the Reformation that I was taught is Whig... Read morePublished 20 months ago by D. Tillman
Very informative and concise. I wish I could remember everything I've learned when someone brings up the Reformation. May need to carry this book in my purse.
As I did not read any of this book, it is hard for me to give a review. This book was purchased as a gift for my sister.Published on July 10, 2010 by William M. Crotty