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Christianity's dangerous idea : the Protestant revolution-- a history from the sixteenth century to the twenty-first

Author: Alister E McGrath
Publisher: New York : HarperOne, ©2007.
Edition/Format:   Book : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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A new interpretation of the Protestant Reformation provides an alternate perspective on the faith's core idea about individuals having direct access to God without the need for priest and institutional mediation, in an account that traces five centuries of Protestant influence.
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Genre/Form: History
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Alister E McGrath
ISBN: 9780060822132 0060822139
OCLC Number: 81945940
Description: viii, 552 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Contents: The gathering storm --
The accidental revolutionary : Martin Luther --
Alternatives to Luther : the diversification of the Reformation --
The shift in power : Calvin and Geneva --
England : the emergence of Anglicanism --
War, peace, and disinterest : European Protestantism in crisis, 1560-1800 --
Protestantism in America --
The nineteenth century : the global expansion of Protestantism --
The Bible and Protestantism --
Believing and belonging : some distinctive Protestant beliefs --
The structures of faith : organization, worship, and preaching --
Protestantism and the shaping of Western culture --
Protestantism, the arts, and the natural sciences --
The changing shape of American Protestantism --
Tongues of fire : the Pentecostal revolution in Protestantism --
The new frontiers of Protestantism : the global South --
Protestantism : the next generation.
Responsibility: Alister E. McGrath.
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A new interpretation of the Protestant Reformation provides an alternate perspective on the faith's core idea about individuals having direct access to God without the need for priest and institutional mediation, in an account that traces five centuries of Protestant influence.

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