The Theology of William Tyndale
J. Clarke, 2006 - 242 pages
Ralph Werrell acknowledges that the great reformer was undoubtedly influenced by continental theology, but he focuses on the richness of the man's intellectual background. Tyndale's theological roots lie in the Lollard tradition, but the expression and thrust of his writings show that there was a lot more to this man.
Foreword by the Archbishop of Canterbury
The Covenant Broken
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