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Title Calvinism and the Religious WarsPlace of Publication New York 1971This book is about pretty much the beginning of Calvinism and how it played a major role in the reforming of mid to late fifteenth century Europe Franklin Charles Palm tries to exam the role in which John Calvin used his love for the sacred scriptures and religion to reform the way he lived and the rest of the world Concentrating mostly on Europe at that time period Palm breaks down the life of Calvin at first and then as he proceeds through this book he leads up to actual formation of the religion And ultimately then how this newly formed religion affected or may off even caused some of the religious war I unfortunately could not find any info on Franklin Charles Palm though I even had one the librarians look for me toI feel that Franklin Charles Palm was really not trying to answer any certain question while he was attempting to write this informative novel at all In fact I think that his true purpose for writing this was to give an accurate account of what role Calvinism played in that time period because from what I can understand he did not feel that there was enough information readily available His work in my own opinion is very relevant to the study of history and he has added another great resource to the reference area for history in any library I feel that his work does not offer any resonably new information for students to learn but it may present an easier way of learning for those who are tired of reading the same old reference books This book does though coincide with most of the notes that we have taken during class periods This helps out greatly when writing papers and reviews for essays and reportsPalm starts the novel out by explaining the early the early life of John Calvin and
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