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    A History of European Diplomacy: 1451-1789. [and] 1815-1914 [Two Volumes] by Mowat, R. B. (Robert Balmain)

    London: Longmans, Green and Co.; Arnold, 1933. Volume I: first edition;Volume II: reprint. Cloth. Both volumes very good+ with bumped spines and edges, pages clean and unmarked..



    Exploring the Heritage of John Calvin by David E. Holwerda (Editor)

    This book is in good condition. There is some wear on the front, back, spine and edges of the cover boards. The corners are bumped on the cover boards. The pages are beginning to yellow and tan, but they are clear of any markings. "The following essays on the heritage of John Calvin were written by people who are, or who have been, members of the Department of Religion and Theology of Calvin College.Two of these are currently members of the faculty of Calvin Theological Seminary: Andrew J. Banstra, Professor of New Testament, a member of the Department of Religion from 1957-1963; and Theodore Minnema, Professor of Ethics and Apologetics, a member of the Department of Religion from 1962-1975. One present member of the Department, Mr. Henry Hooks, was regrettably unable to contribute an essay due to the pressure of completing a doctoral thesis...." - Preface from Exploring the Heritage of John Calvin




    New York: Sheed & Ward. 1951. Softcover. Very Good with no dust jacket; Edgewear. ; Canterbury Books; 95 pages .



    The Elizabethan Religious Settlement by Cross, Claire C

    pb, 48pp.



    Welsh Reformation Essasy by Williams, Glanmor

    hb, no d/w, 234pp.



    The Spanish Inquisition by Kamen, Henry

    hb, d/w, 369pp, plates.



    Historia der Augspurgischen confession, auf gnädigsten Befehl des Durchlauchtigsten Fürsten und Herrn, herrn Friedrichs des Andern, hertzogens zu Sachsen-Gotha aus dem original-acten beschrieben. by Cyprian, Ernst Salomon

    Gotha: J.A. Reyher, 1730. 4to. 24, 227, 224 pp. In addition to Cyprian's history of the writing and subsequent impact of the Augsburg Confession, the volume prints the Confession itself. The "Confessio, oder bekentnus des glaubens etlicher fürsten und stedte uberantwortet Keyserlicher Maiestat, auf dem Reichstag gehalten zu Augspurg anno M.D.XXX" has a special title-page and separate pagination.     The main title-page is printed in black and red, the text in black letter (i.e., gothic, fraktur) and the footnotes in roman. Contemporary vellum over paste boards; later paper spine label with hand lettering; small area of lower spine with black spots. Vellum loosening at the turn-ins. Board edges soiled. Few stray stains in some margins. Private bookplate.



    Gli Stili Nella Forma e Nel Colore; Rassegna Dell'arte Antica e Moderna di Tutti i Paesi by Ferrari, Giulo

    Torino: C. Crudo &C. (Societa Italiana Di Edizioni Artistiche), 1925. First edition. Hardcover. Dark navy cloth with front cover paper labels. Very good. 4 vols. Folio. 43 X 32 cm. Total of 186 plates with 176 in color. Each volume with introductory text in Italian. Coverage of each volume as follows: Vol. I: Egiziano. Caldeo, Assiro, Fenicio, Egeo, Greco, Etrusco, Romano, Estremo Oriente. Vol. II: Cristiano Primitivo, Bizantio, Arabo. Vol. III:Romanico E Gotico In Italia. Vol. IV: Il Rinascimento In Italia, Il Quattrocento. Ex-library; nevertheless, all interior contents very clean and fresh with no marking, all bindings tight and solid.



    SAVONAROLA--Life and Times of Girolamo Savonarola-illustrating the Progress of the Reformation in Italy by Heraud, John A

    London: Whittaker & Co, , 1843 Dark brown had cover- embossed, gold title on spine- 420 pages-it was , at first thought to be by an anonimous author- but the name of the author was establshed by reference to a book review which appeared in the Athenaeum magazine on 3 rd June 1843.( athenaeum No.814)-- At least 4 different owners over 100 years are recorded on the Fep- Contents collected from original sources--- contents VG-- no foxing slight yellowing of edges- very well documented- with appendix of the Hymns by G. Savonarola and a complete listings of his writings- A short biography of the author is enclosed.. 1st Edition 1st Printing. Hardcover. VG/No DJ. 32 x 110 x 170 Mm.



    Christian History Magazine (25 Magazine set) by W. Carey Moore

    This is a set of magazines. It is not a complete set. They are kept in a brown holder with the title of the magazine embossed on the spine. All of the magazines in this set are in very good condition. One of the binders has some tape residue on the side. Magazines in this set include: Volume I No. 1: Inaugural Issue 250th Anniversary of Protestant Missions Volume II No. 1: An entire issue devoted to John Wesley Volume II No. 2: Special Commemorative Issue Devoted to John Wycliffe and 600th Anniversary of Translation of the Bible into English Volume III No. 1: Zwingli: Father of the Swiss Reformation Volume V No. 4: An entire issue devoted to John Calvin (1509-1564) in commemoration of the 450th Anniversary of his first going to Geneva and the first edition of his monumental Institutes of The Christian Religion Volume VI No. 3: An entire issue devoted to St. Augustine. In recognition of the 1,600th anniversary of his conversion and baptism. Volume VI No. 4 Issue 16: An entire issue devoted to William Tynsdale Volume VII No. 2. Issue 18: An entire issue devoted to The Millennium of "Russian Christianity" Volume VIII No. 2, Issue 22: An entire issue devoted to the Waldensians Volume XII No. 1, Issue 37: Worship In The Early Church Volume XII No. 2, Issue 38: George Whitefield Volume XII No. 3, Issue 39: Martin Luther: The Later Years And Legacy Volume XII No. 4, Issue 40: The Crusades Volume XIII No.1, Issue 41: The American Puritans Volume XIII No. 3, Issue 43: How We Got Our Bible Volume XIII No. 4, Issue 44: John Chrysostom Volume XIV No. 1, Issue 45: Camp Meetings & Circuit Riders Volume XV No. 2, Issue 46: John Knox: The Thundering Scot Volume XIV No. 3, Issue 47: Paul and his times Volume XIV No. 4 Issue 48: Thomas Cranmer and the English Reformation Volume XV No. 1, Issue 49: Everyday Faith in the Middle Ages Volume XV No. 2, Issue 50: The American Revolution Volume XV No. 3, Issue 51: Heresy in the Early Church Volume XV No. 4, Issue 52: Hudson Taylor & Missions to China Volume XVI No. 1, Issue 53: William Wilberforce and the Abolition of the Slave Trade 25 issues


    AUD $22.00

    Christian Theology An Introduction Third Edition by McGrath, Alister E

    Oxford: Blackwell. 2001. Quarto Size [approx 24cm x 30.5cm]. Very Good condition. A reprint of 3rd edition. xviii, 510 pages . 3rd Edition. Softcover.



    Reformation Crisis by Hurstfield,Joel

    1965. Reformation Crisis by Joel Hurstfield, Harper TorchBooks, paperback, 1965, 126 pages, outside of book shows wear.



    Thomas Muntzer: A Tragedy Of Errors. ("Most radical of Luther's Opponents") by Gritsch, Eric W

    Minneapolis: Fortress Press, 1989. hardcover. Very Good Copy.



    Martini Buceri Opera Latina, Volumen V: Defensio adversus axioma id est criminationem R. P. Roberti episcopi abrincensis (1534).; (Studies in Medieval and Reformation Thought, Volume LXXXIII.) by Bucer, Martin

    Brill, 2000. Hardcover. As new, clean, tight & bright condition, with bright and crisp dust jacket in a clear protective mylar sleeve.. 224pp.



    The German Reformation and the Peasants' War: A Brief History with Documents by Baylor, Michael G

    Boston: Bedford / St. Martin's, 2012. Paperback. Very Good/None. Signed. Bedford Series in History and Culture Bright pictorial softcover-binding sound and spine uncreased. Bottom corner bumped. Mild water damage to half title page, above which inscription reads, 'Oct. 2013 For Andy with best regards, Mike Baylor'. Some light pencil marginalia. 8vo. Baylor explores the relationship between the Protestant Reformation and the Peasants' War, a massive rebellion of German commoners that challenged the social and political order in what would prove to be the greatest popular rebellion in European history until the French Revolution. He examines the centuries-long debate over whether and how the two upheavals might be connected. Period letters, sermons, pamphlets and illustrations give firsthand accounts from the reformers, rebels, and targeted institutions. Includes document headnotes, maps, chronology of events, questions to consider, selected bibliography, and index. Peasants' War, 1524-1525, Reformation--Germany



    Masters of the English Reformation by Loane, Marcus L

    hb, torn d/w, 247pp.



    Anna Reinhard, Gattinn und Wittwe von Ulrich Zwingli, Reformator. by Hess, Salomon

    Zürich: Caspar Näf, 1820. 8vo. Frontis., 336 pp. Second edition: Includes short biographical notes on prominent women of the Reformation including Argula von Grumbach, Olympia Fulvia Morata, and Katharina Zell. 19th-century German boards covered with mottled paper, spine with inked paper label; binding rubbed and abraded. Ex-library: spine with call number label (lined through), front pastedown with institutional bookplate. One signature separated; some light foxing, mostly to last few leaves.



    The Great Church In Captivity by Steven Runciman

    This book is in good condition. There is some wear on the font, back, edges, and spine of the cover. There is also some bumping, and fraying on the cover. The pages are white and clear of any markings. "Of all the roads that a historian may tread none passes through more difficult country than that of religious history. To a believer religious truths are eternal. The doctrine that he preaches and accepts gives expression to their everlasting validity. To him the historian who seeks to discover and explain why the doctrine should have appeared at a particular moment of time seems guilty of unwarranted determinism. But Revealed Religion cannot escape from the bounds of time; for the Revelation must have occurred at a particular moment. The Christian religion, above all others, is concerned with the relations of time and eternity. Its central doctrine, the Incarnation, is not only an eternal truth but an event in history; it is a bridge between the temporal and the eternal. The institutions of Christianity, however divine their inspiration, have been ordered and governed by men and are affected by the temporal processes to which man is subject. The articles of faith, whatever their transcendental validity, have been spread around the world by the agency of man, their transmission has been affected by changes in worldly circumstances and outlook. It may be that man is continually refreshed by the messages from on high. It may be that there is a divine ordering of history. But the historian himself is mortal, restricted by the limitations of temporality; and he must have the modesty to know his limitations. His business is to tell the story and to make it, as best as he can, intelligible to humanity...." - Preface from The Great Church In Captivity: A Study Of The Patriarchate Of Constantinople From The Eve Of The Turkish Conquest To The Greek War Of Independence

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