The Reformation in Britain and Ireland is a new and wide-ranging introduction to the Reformation throughout the British Isles. Full treatment is given to the fascinating and often very different but interrelated experiences in England, Wales, Scotland, and Ireland.
The approach is unique. Previous introductions have invariably concentrated on England, with lesser sections on Wales and Scotland, often ignoring Ireland altogether. This volume is more than a modern introduction, survey, and summary of the Reformation period. Ian Hazlett provides fresh research and critical analysis, which will be of considerable interest to a new generation of scholars and students. The material is written and organized in a highly readable and accessible form. Here is a well-balanced introduction and resource for non-specialists as well as scholars and students.
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- Preface by the author
- Illustrations and maps
- Bibliographical references and indexes
Praise for the Print Edition
Really refreshing to see the Reformation in the British Isles viewed in a proper European theological perspective. . . One of those books which really needed to be written.
—Alan Ford, Universty of Nottingham
- Title: The Reformation in Britain and Ireland: An Introduction
- Author: Ian Hazlett
- Publisher: T & T Clark
- Publication Date: 2003
- Pages: 224
About Ian Hazlet
Dr. Ian Hazlett is a professor of Ecclesastical history at the University of Glasgow.