The Plain Man’s Pathways to Heaven: Kinds of Christianity in Post-Reformation
by Christopher Haigh
Oxford University Press, 2007
(284 pages, $60.00, hardcover)
reviewed by William J. Tighe
This book is a study of popular religion and irreligion in England from 1560 to 1640 by an author who has made a name for himself as a leading historian of the English Reformation, and is currently a Lecturer in Modern History at Oxford University and a Tutor at Christ Church College there.
One characteristic of Reformation and Counter-Reformation polemics was the production of religious instruction and propaganda in the form of dialogues. Most of the . . .
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