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A collection of writings and material from the so-called "Radical Reformation"—Anabaptists, Spiritualist Protestants, and other less-known and often-persecuted segments of the Reformation.
The worship manual of the Protestant Epsicopal Church.
An extensive collection of works by John Calvin, along with historical studies on the Reformation in France and the beginnings of the Reformed Tradition.
Discover the exegetical keys to Bible study with this legendary 22-volume set by John Calvin. Includes Calvin's Institutes of Christian Religion.
In one easy-to-read volume Colin Brown provides a sweeping survey of Christianity and Western thought from the ancient world to the Age of Enlightenment.
A small set of Creeds and Confessions from a Reformed perspective.
Calvinism, a centuries-old belief system is put to the test as two prominent authors examine its validity.
An abridged version of Fox's massive and enduring Church History.
Commentary notes from the Geneva Bible, written by Calvin, John Knox, Miles Coverdale, and others.
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A Biblical defense of the Reformation principle of sola Scriptura, Volume 1 of 3. By David T. King.
An historical defense of the Reformation principle of sola Scriptura, Volume 2 of 3. By William Webster.
The writings of the Church fathers affirming the Reformation principle of sola Scriptura, Volume 3 of 3. Edited by David T. King and William Webster.
A reaffirmation and defense of the great Reformation doctrine.
One of two catechisms by Luther, designed as a handbook of evangelical Christian belief, and a cornerstone of the Lutheran tradition.