Only the breadth of his subject matter matched his prodigious output

K. V. Turley returns to an old master – Hilaire Belloc.

In these days of confusion, when good is lambasted and evil celebrated, the past is being rewritten. Nowhere is this more marked than in the recent inversion of English Reformation history with Thomas More now villain to Thomas Cromwell’s hero. 

Confronted by this, and with next year being the 500th anniversary of Luther’s Ninety-five Theses, it seems timely to pick up and read Hilaire Belloc’s Characters of the Reformation.

Read the full article-review here

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