George Cook wrote the History of the Reformation in Scotland to provide a historically accurate discussion of the politics, religious movement, and people of the Scottish Reformation. Where previous history texts of the period were often written based upon a few opinions, or without access to official documents, Cook has constructed one with full access to these documents, and many original sources to cross reference. Cook draws from many writers, and provides detailed citations with each reference to another text. History of the Reformation in Scotland contains three volumes of Cook’s work containing chapters 1–27, as well as a detailed appendix.
The Works of William Tyndale, vol. 3 presents Tyndale’s defense of his The Practice of the Prelates in which he denounced Henry VIII’s plan to divorce. Also included is a treatise on the Lord’s Supper examining John 6 and 1 Corinthians 11.
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