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The Uses of the Bible in Crusader Sources makes an important and timely intervention in the field of crusader studies.
The history of the European Wars of Religion from the Crusades onward has provided fertile ground for study by historians, philosophers, and theologians of all ideological persuasions. The period from the 1520s forward particularly has served as the subject of an astonishing amount of research – with no discernable chronological gap in the historiography.
For all historians of this last, most violent, century some concern with matters of war and peace has been unavoidable.