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The Reformation World from Pitts Theology Library at Emory
This guide is a starting point for further reading and research related to the Reformation world. The topics covered in this guide range from reform in Early Modern Europe, through 16th century Protestant and Catholic Reform, to early modern global missions. The aim of this guide is to introduce students and pastors alike to key people, texts and ideas integral to the Reformation world.
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Introductory and key texts
Spotlight on an influential thinker
Suggested reference works
The Reformation: Its History and Legacy
To simplify the bibliography, the essay focuses on the major secondary sources to point students to the best scholarship on the subject. Works in the essay are grouped in twelve categories: General Works, Reformation Theology, Martin Luther, John Calvin, Other Reformers, The English Reformation, The Scottish Reformation, The Reformation in France, The Anabaptists, Women and the Reformation, Art and Printing, and The Legacy of the Reformation.