Jon D. Wood Reforming Priesthood in Reformation Zurich Reformed Historical Theology 54 ISBN 13: 978-3-525-57092-0 The dramatic task of re-imagining clerical identity proved crucial to the Renaissance and Reformation. Jon Wood brings new light to ways in which that discussion animated reconfigurations of church, state, and early modern populace. End-Times considerations of Christian religion had […]
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