Hans J. Hillerbrand is the former chair of the department of religion at Duke University. A recognized expert on the Reformation and the history of modern Christianity, he has published many articles and books on the period and was the editor in chief of The Oxford Encyclopedia of the Reformation. He is the former president of both the American Academy of Religion and the American Society of Church History, and he lives in Durham, North Carolina.
The book seemed interesting and got here in a timely fashion and in proper condition. It was a gift so I didn't read it though so I can't comment on that.Published 6 months ago by Revera
This was the primary text for the class about the Reformation. It was certainly informative. I enjoyed the class very much, and this book was one reason.Published 13 months ago by honest ame
Needed this for a class and it was the text. Can't say it was a great read but good reference.Published 13 months ago by Ann R. Wertz
We should never forget the 'so-called' beginning of that movement, the Reformation, when Luther banged a notice on a church door that served as a bulletin board for the community. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Amazon Customer