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Reformation Myths

Paperback|Aug 2017
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An entertaining and enlightening expose of over-inflated claims about the Reformation and what it has done for us, written by a Pulitzer Prize shortlisted historian of international standing. Containing scathing indictments of popular historical distortions and misrepresentations of the birth...


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An entertaining and enlightening expose of over-inflated claims about the Reformation and what it has done for us, written by a Pulitzer Prize shortlisted historian of international standing. Containing scathing indictments of popular historical distortions and misrepresentations of the birth and legacy of Protestantism in the West, the book is a welcome antidote to all the triumphalist books on the Reformation flooding the market this year.
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Rodney Stark

Rodney Stark (Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley) is the Distinguished Professor of the Social Sciences at Baylor University. His twenty-seven books on the history and sociology of religion include The Rise of Christianity; Cities of God; One True God: Historical Consequences of Monotheism; For the Glory of God, which won the 2004 Award of Merit for History/Biography from Christianity Today; and The Victory of Reason: How Christianity Led to Freedom, Capitalism, and Western Success and most recently Discovering God Winner of the 2008 Christianity Today Award of Merit in Theology/Ethics.
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  • Introduction: The Mythical 'protestant' Chapter 1. The Myths Of Full Pews, Pious Kings, And Limited Monarchies Chapter 2. The Misfortune Of State Churches, Forced Piety, And Bigotry Chapter 3. The Misfortune Of Nationalistic States Chapter 4. The Myth Of The Protestant Ethic Chapter 5. The Myth Of The Protestant Scientific 'revolution' Chapter 6. The Myth Of Protestant Individualism And Suicide Chapter 7. The Myth Of Protestant Secularization Chapter 8. The Myth Of Harmful Protestant Effects On The Catholic Church

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