In the early twentieth century B. J. Kidd put together a fully representative collection of continental Reformation writings in French, Latin, and English translation. Kidd's work was a standard in classrooms for years. The work offers representative source documents for the Lutheran and Reformed reformations on continental Europe. Included are documents predating the Lutheran reformation, through the Ninety-five Theses, to the Peace of Augsburg (1555). The Reformed Party is represented by Zwingli, Farel, and Calvin, including the disputes with Anabaptists. Kidd closes the collection with a section on Calvinism beyond Geneva, with representative documents from France, the Netherlands, and Scotland.