‘Reformation ABC’s’ – book review

It can’t have escaped your notice that it’s 500 years since the Reformation. The book ‘Reformation ABC’s’ by Stephen J Nichols and Ned Bustard is intended for children but extremely useful for adults. It fills in all the history of the Reformation; why it happened, where, how and who was involved. Each letter of the alphabet is used to explain a small part of the bigger picture. There is a lot of information! I think the book is a great resource for us adults trying to fit the history of the Reformation together and a useful book for families with older children. A map would be a useful item to have alongside as you learn about the Hugenouts, Geneva, Florence and Zurich.

At the end of the book there is a timeline of events and key people and a section called ‘Reformation in Numbers’

I bought my copy from Amazon. The book is published by Crossway and is also available from 10ofThose who offer discounts based on number of copies bought.

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