- Title Pages
- Notes on Contributors
- Reformation and the Uses of Reception
- The Fog in the Channel Clears: The Rediscovery of the Continental Dimension to the British Reformations
1The Authority of Antiquity: England and the Protestant Latin Bible
3Erasmus or Calvin? The Politics of Book Purchase in the Early Modern English Parish
4The Reception of Martin Luther in Sixteenth- and Seventeenth-Century England
5Peter Martyr Vermigli’s Political Theology and the Elizabethan Church
6John Knox, Christopher Goodman and the ‘Example of Geneva’ 1
7The Church of England and the Palatinate, 1566–1642
8Martin Bucer and Early Seventeenth-Century Scottish Irenicism
9‘A Generall Reformation of Common Learning’ and its Reception in the English-Speaking World, 1560–1642
- The Reception of Continental Reformation in Britain
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