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Studies in the Reformation: Luther to Hooker

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Hardcover, 259 pages
Published February 1st 1980 by Humanities Press Intl
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W. Littlejohn
Oct 22, 2011 W. Littlejohn rated it it was amazing
I've actually only read two of the essays in this book (though they're the two longest, I believe)--the ones on Luther and Hooker. But either one is worth the price of the book. Cargill Thompson was a giant in the field of Reformation political theology a generation ago, and these two essays (the one on Luther originally published in 1969, the one on Hooker in 1972) show why. In the first, “The ‘Two Kingdoms’ and the ‘Two Regiments’: Some Problems of Luther’s Zwei-Reiche-Lehre,” remains the ...more
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