Oxford University Press: September 2017
The most profound characteristic of Western Europe in the Middle Ages was its cultural and religious unity, a unity secured by a common alignment with the Pope in Rome, and a common language - Latin - for worship and scholarship. The Reformation shattered that unity, and the consequences are still with us today. In All Things Made New
, Diarmaid MacCulloch, author of the New York Times
bestseller Christianity: The First Three Thousand Years,
examines not only the Reformation's impact across Europe, but also the Catholic Counter-Reformation and the special evolution of... View More...