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Early Protestant Spirituality.

Early Protestant Spirituality

Scott H. Hendrix, editor

Paulist Press

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9780809142118, $29.95, www.paulistpress.com

Free of the Catholic church's constraints, early Protestantism was characterized by expression. "Early Protestant Spirituality" discusses the early days of the Protestant movement as people began to found their own ways to develop their relationship with God. Drawing from early texts, "Early Protestant Spirituality" provides an intriguing look at one of the most important spiritual movements in the past thousand years. A fascinating examination of faith, "Early Protestant Spirituality" is a worthwhile read for any intrigued by religion or history.

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