Series: St. Andrews Studies in Reformation History

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Adaptations of Calvinism in Reformation Europe: Essays in Honour of Brian G. Armstrong by Mack P. Holt
Catholic activism in south-west France,1540-1570 by Kevin Gould
Dealings with God : from blasphemers in early modern Zurich to a cultural history of religiousness by Francisca Loetz
Defending royal supremacy and discerning God's will in Tudor England by Daniel Eppley
Early French Reform (St. Andrews Studies in Reformation History) by Jason Zuidema
Infant Baptism in Reformation Geneva: The Shaping of a Community, 1536-1564 by Karen E. Spierling
Life Writing in Reformation Europe (St Andrews Studies in Reformation History) by Irena Backus
Protestantism, Poetry and Protest (St. Andrew's Studies in Reformation History) by S.K. Barker

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