Luther was, in every respect, a larger-than-life figure, whose experience (as a monk, university professor, and pioneering reformer) helped lead the way during the early years of the movement that shook Christian Europe. This is a massive collection of the reformer's works, and other works in the Lutheran tradition.
John Calvin is undoubtedly the best known figure of the Reformation - in Western Europe and America, at any rate -- whose name has become virtually synonymous with the Reformed Tradition. Immensely gifted as a man of learning, if he had not been converted to the Reformation, Calvin would have probably become the pre-eminent scholar in France.
By far the least known and poorly understood members of the Protestant movement, these men and women represent the so-called "Radical Reformation". Most of these dissidents and independent groups endured intense persecution -- facing prison, exile, or death -- sadly, at the hands of both Roman Catholics and Protestants alike.
This massive collection on the reformation contains contains 45 volumes of writings by the Reformers themselves, and 15 classic studies on the reformation such as Here I Stand: A Life of Martin Luther, by Roland H. Bainton, Leaders of the Reformation, by C. H. Dubbs. History of the Anabaptists in Switzerland, by H. S. Burrage and others of similar quality.
The Reformation Study Bible is carefully crafted to offer an unparalleled reading, study, and discipleship experience for every age and stage of the Christian life.
(Includes the Berean Study Bible as a free BONUS)
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