By Albert T. W. Steinhaeuser (ed.) Another great book on the Reformation, but this one is strictly from a Lutheran point of view. Leaders of the Lutheran Reformation, written by Rev. Albert T. W. Steinhaeuser back in 1910, is as valid today as it was a century ago.
In this 172-page book the author discusses not only the efforts of key reformer Martin Luther, but also dedicates portions of the book to those many big-name reformers who followed in his footsteps.
Softcover, 172 pages.