McNeill, Tom

Dr. Tom McNeill was a Lecturer in Medieval Archaeology from Queen's University, Belfast. He received a Ph.D. in Medieval Archaeology from Queen's University, Belfast.

The First 150 Years of Protestant Church Building 1517-1700: A Study in the History of Religious Architecture
2017 1-4955-0597-9
The subject of this book is the evidence to be be derived from a study of the physical remains of the churches constructed for Protestant denominations in Western Europe during the first century and a half after the Reformation. Only part of Europe saw substantial Protestant communities and their churches survive, mainly Germany, the Netherlands, Great Britain and Scandinavia. There were churches produced by Lutherans, Calvinists and Anglicans. The period covers two major church developments in church building: the Reformation in ideology or theology and the arrival of Renaissance ideas from Italy into Northern Europe. The book includes 23 Black and White photos and 13 Color photos.