The Reformation: Roots and Ramifications

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Bloomsbury Academic, Nov 11, 2004 - Religion - 250 pages
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In this wide-ranging volume, Heiko A. Oberman traces threads of continuity flowing to and from the Reformation. The often denied and generally misunderstood "continuities" between theological directions of the later Middle Ages, the theological reformation of the early sixteenth century, and subsequent developments are constantly illuminated through exacting detail and compelling insights.

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JSTOR: The Reformation: Roots and Ramifications
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About the author (2004)

Heiko A. Oberman, formerly of Harvard University and the University of Tübingen, is now Regents Professor of History and Director of the Division for Late Medieval and Reformation Studies at the University of Arizona.

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