Radical Religious Movements in Early Modern Europe (1980) examines Western European history during three crucial centuries of transition. He expands the concept of Reformation to cover all the movements of religious resurgence in the fifteenth, sixteenth and seventeenth centuries in Europe. Social, economic, political, literary and artistic developments are fully considered, alongside more strictly religious themes.

chapter Chapter 1|32 pages

Religious Radicalism, the Nation and the State

chapter Chapter 2|22 pages

Religious Radicalism and Socioeconomic Change

chapter Chapter 3|20 pages

Religious Radicalism and the Protestant Reformation

chapter Chapter 4|23 pages

Religious Radicalism and Religious Toleration

chapter Chapter 5|14 pages