Reformation Thought: An Anthology of Sources transed. by Margaret L. King (review)

Reformation Thought: An Anthology of Sources transed. by Margaret L. King (review) Book Reviews 431 narrative” (p. 256) but considered as a recognition of historical differences and interconnection of differentiated histories so that it enables us to escape from Eurocentric ideas and consider history as a connected project. The proper and timely appearance of GHS provides us with a new epistemology. To paraphrase Thomas Kuhn, GHS is constitutive of history: GHS is not located outside of history but is history itself. Given the fact that GHS attempts to pave the way for a paradigm shift in historical sociology, I expect more follow-up studies based on the GHS theoretical and epistemological framework. SUNG HEE RU State University of New York at Binghamton Reformation Thought: An Anthology of Sources. Edited and translated by MARGARET L. KING. Indianapolis: Hackett Publishing, 2016. 227 pp. $57.00 (hardcover). This invaluable little anthology delivers exactly what it promises and a little bit more. There was a time when a source collection titled ‘Reformation Thought’ would have consisted entirely of extracts from the principal published works of the best-known Protestant theologians – and that would not be a bad thing: the Reformation was a revolution of ideas led by scholars, and unless students are willing to engage with those http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Journal of World History University of Hawai'I Press

Reformation Thought: An Anthology of Sources transed. by Margaret L. King (review)

Journal of World History, Volume 29 (3) – Mar 19, 2019

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Book Reviews 431 narrative” (p. 256) but considered as a recognition of historical differences and interconnection of differentiated histories so that it enables us to escape from Eurocentric ideas and consider history as a connected project. The proper and timely appearance of GHS provides us with a new epistemology. To paraphrase Thomas Kuhn, GHS is constitutive of history: GHS is not located outside of history but is history itself. Given the fact that GHS attempts to pave the way for a paradigm shift in historical sociology, I expect more follow-up studies based on the GHS theoretical and epistemological framework. SUNG HEE RU State University of New York at Binghamton Reformation Thought: An Anthology of Sources. Edited and translated by MARGARET L. KING. Indianapolis: Hackett Publishing, 2016. 227 pp. $57.00 (hardcover). This invaluable little anthology delivers exactly what it promises and a little bit more. There was a time when a source collection titled ‘Reformation Thought’ would have consisted entirely of extracts from the principal published works of the best-known Protestant theologians – and that would not be a bad thing: the Reformation was a revolution of ideas led by scholars, and unless students are willing to engage with those

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