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PAPACY By James Aitken Wylie
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Professor J. A Wylie, a Scottish historian and Presbyterian minister, delves deep into the papacy, its History, Dogmas, Genius, and Prospects. This volume is essential for all willing to know more of... More > the great Church of Rome, history's most powerful yet most inconspicuous force. See also History of Protestantism by same author.< Less
The History of Protestantism Volume II By James Aitken Wylie
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Prof. Wylie's second volume on the history of Protestantism takes the reader from the rise of Protestantism in Sweden through to the events surrounding the Edict of Nantes. Yet another excellent... More > volume from Wylie.< Less
PAPACY By James Aitken Wylie
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Professor J. A Wylie, a Scottish historian and Presbyterian minister, delves deep into the papacy, its History, Dogmas, Genius, and Prospects. This volume is essential for all willing to know more of... More > the great Church of Rome, history's most powerful yet most inconspicuous force. See also History of Protestantism by same author.< Less
The History of Protestantism Volume II By James Aitken Wylie
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Prof. Wylie's second volume on the history of Protestantism takes the reader from the rise of Protestantism in Sweden through to the events surrounding the Edict of Nantes. Yet another excellent... More > volume from Wylie.< Less
The History of Protestantism Volume III By James Aitken Wylie
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Wylie's third and final volume chronicles the latter end of the great movement's most vicious struggles against the forces of Rome, finally settling on the day break of the faith in England.
The History of Protestantism Volume III By James Aitken Wylie
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Wylie's third and final volume chronicles the latter end of the great movement's most vicious struggles against the forces of Rome, finally settling on the day break of the faith in England.