While it has taken me far longer than I had hoped to read this book, I am very glad that I have read this. For a number of years I have argued that Liberalism began in the Reformation and that is backed up by this book. It asked questions that I had not thought of and it has pointed me in directions that have opened my thinking.
How could the Universities brush Christianity aside so easily, even though it took a long time?
Why did rationalism seem like such a good answer, but it failed to provide the answers that it promised?
Why don't we live in a more Christian society, when that was the aim of the Protestant reformers?
I have reviewed each chapter in turn, for a book this detailed I think that it was the best way to do it.
Here are the links:
This is not a light read, it is an academic book written by an academic, but with that proviso I think that the book is excellent.
To Help Support My Work
Upon Hope Blog - A Traditionalist Future
Another Article You Might Like?