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The Influence of Letters on the Scottish Reformation
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The Influence of Letters on the Scottish Reformation


William Blackwood and Sons 1908

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In The Influence of Letters on the Scottish Reformation, George Christie explores the literature which impacted this period in history. Christie seeks to provide the most beneficial study of the subject by conducting more detailed discussion of what other historical examinations often skim over, and condensing sections frequently covered elsewhere. “Lovers of good Scots may also find here matter of interest.”

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Key Features

  • Explore’s the literature that impacted the Scottish Reformation
  • Includes many original sources to cross reference
  • Provides detailed citations with each reference leading to another text

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About George Christie

George Christie (1870–1937) received the majority of his education at the University of St. Andrews, where he was eventually given the honorary degree of Doctor of Divinity. In 1897 Christie was ordained to the church and parish of Renton. He then ministered for nearly 30 years at St. Andrew’s Parish in Edinburgh.

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