Cromwell, the Reformation, and Anglican Identity: A Review of “Thomas Cromwell” by Diarmaid MacCulloch — Tabletalk Theology

*This review was originally published over at The Englewood Review of Books. If you have a few minutes, please go check out some of their other reviews. Thomas Cromwell’s administrative prowess, enigmatic personality, and the striking nature of his rise and fall provide rich material for both fans of Hilary Mantel’s novels and aspiring historians […]

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