Peter G. Wallace interweaves the Reformation into the transformations of political institutions, socioeconomic structures, gender relations, and cultural values in early modern Europe. In approaching the European Reformation as a long-term process, Wallace argues that the classic sixteenth-century religious struggles with the resolutions proposed by reformers such as Luther, were not fully realized for most Christians until the early eighteenth century.
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Peter G. Wallace is Dewar Professor of History, Hartwick College, New York.
Jeremy Black is Professor of History, University of Exeter.
'A skilful account of a long-term process of religious change that links the Middles Ages to the eighteeenth-century, and places religion in its multiple contexts.' - Dairmaid McCullough, Journal of Ecclesiastical History
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