Fair. Rippled from past exposure to moisture. No mustiness. Quite worn, but completely readable. 99.9% Positive Feedback. SHIPS OUT WITHIN 1 BUSINESS DAY! CHARITY SALE! 100% of the proceeds benefit the literacy and educational efforts of Books for America.
Very Good. Very good _ trade paperback shows some rubbing at wraps near spine tail and some other light trace wear, else tight and clean. 864 pages with three sets of black & white plates. Solid copy of this history of the reformation.
Fine. 014303538X TITLE: REFORMATIONAUTHOR: MACCULLOCH, DIARMAIDISBN 10: 014303538XISBN 13: 9780143035381BINDING: PaperbackPUBLICATION DATE: 2007PAGES: 832DESCRIPTION: Used book in mint condition. Will have owner's name and some shelf wear.
This is a book that deserves, even demands, the adjective 'magisterial.' Professor McCulloch's treatment of what seems an infinitely complex subject is objective and wide-reaching. It is not for everyone; but for the serious student of Christian history who can walk a path through a very long and compassionate study, it would be indispensible. If I were using it as part of a degree program, for instance, I would never dare attempt the project without hi-liters and notebooks for outlines and essays. In such a vast enterprise, one can always quibble here and there, but not with a serious withdrawal of admiration. It does leave you with a depth of regret that so much of blood, anger, and recrimination was spent on disputes that now pale in the overarching shadows of secular materialism.
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