The Reformation and the emergence of Anabaptists, Amish, Mennonites and other Protestant denominations

At the beginning of the Reformation, there were basically two streams of Protestantism. It didn't take long, however, for the movement to split into many often antagonistic sects.

William J. Hamblin is Professor of History at Brigham Young University,
 specializing in the ancient and medieval Near East. His first novel The Book of Malchus, (co-
authored with Neil Newell) was published in 2010.