James Wylie, a member of the Free Church of Scotland and professor has written a monumental history of the Protestant movement that spans from the earliest inception of the church to 1688. Particularly important to this set is Wylie’s understanding of the importance of Wycliffe, Huss, and Luther for the Reformation movement. Through a keen interest in history and a perceptive zeal for how men of faith in Jesus Christ laid their lives down, The History of Protestantism is a treasure trove of material. You will be amazed by the way history comes alive in this substantial work.
Wylie chronicles the rapid movement of reform in Poland and Hungary, from engagement with church authorities to the Protestant allegiances. Overall, we find Wylie making sense of the fast movement of reform throughout Poland and Hungary.