New book explores the historical results of reforms and reformations

The Reformation in the 1500s was more than a movement started by Martin Luther.  He played a crucial role, but there was more to it.  Samuel Gregg recently reviewed a book for the Library of Law and Liberty that explains the historical significance of Catholic and Protestant reformations.  According to Gregg, Reformations: The Early Modern World, 1450-1650 written by the Yale historian Carlos M.N. Eire “is likely to become one of the definitive studies of this period.”
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