My first book, Reformation Spirituality: The Religion of George Herbert, is back in print. It is basically my dissertation, which I revised for publication by Bucknell University Press back in 1985. Recently, Wipf & Stock approached me about re-issuing it. You can see in it the research I was doing in Reformation theology and 17th century Anglicanism that would eventually lead me to Lutheranism. As a work of literary scholarship, it was not without impact. Previously, most scholars interpreted Herbert in terms of medieval Catholicism. My work on Herbert, along with that of some other folks, showed that he was a poet of the Reformation and, further, explained what the Reformation entailed by way of Herbert’s poetry. Today, the “Protestant” reading of Herbert is pretty much the scholarly consensus. From the editorial description:
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