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Highly readable and informative 30 Oct 2009
By B. Whitestone - Published on Amazon.com
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Roland Bainton has done it again. In a series of biographical sketches of various men over 2 centuries (the 16th and 17th) we see the various influences of vicious religious fanaticism (Tourquemada the Inquisitor, who called himself Christian), true Christian meekness and understanding (Sebastien Castellio) and humanistic intelligence and tolerance, also often calling itself Christian. It is a very interesting and informative study. As always, Bainton excels in putting himself in the shoes and minds of those he writes about, to explain their views.
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