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What Ever Happened to Sola Scriptura? Text and Paratext in Sixteenth-Century French Bibles

Bettye Chambers. "What Ever Happened to Sola Scriptura? Text and Paratext in Sixteenth-Century French Bibles." Infant Milk or Hardy Nourishment? The Bible for Lay People and Theologians in the Early Modern Period. Ed. W. Fran├žois and A.A. Den Hollander. Leuven - Paris - Walpole, MA: Uitgeverij Peeters, 2009.

Based on a presentation made at the Sixteenth-Century Studies Conference in Atlanta, October 2005

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