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I was honored to have a great discussion with leading Reformation scholar N. Scott Amos on the sometimes overlooked 16th century Reformation figure Martin Bucer, and Bucer's influence on Anglican liturgy and the Book of Common Prayer.
We primarily discuss content and background of his article "Martin Bucer and the Revision of the 1549 Prayer Book" in the Reformation & Renaissance Review.
Dr. Amos is the Professor of History and Chair of the History Department at the University Lynchburg. He is the author of the book Bucer, Ephesians, and Biblical Humanism: The Exegete as Theologian published in 2015, and is the editor of the upcoming fourth volume of the Reformation Commentary on Scripture for the books of Joshua, Judges, & Ruth.