I have been recommending textbooks for European and American History. In my opinion every historian has her or his own viewpoint.
I have recommended Owen Chadwick's book The Reformation for 16th century European History. Professor Chadwick wrote from the viewpoint of a Church of England priest. On Amazon it says, "Owen Chadwick stands out as the trusted authority on Reformation history. Not only is his scholarly knowledge outlined with enough precision to impress any aspiring historian, but Chadwick also manages to convey the facts with a level of underlying passion." So, I won't hold his Anglicanism against him, but I will take note of it.
I have recommended David McCullough, a two-time Pulitzer Winner, for 1776. As far as I know he does not express any particular religious view, That also is fine with me, but I will take note of it. He is an eminent scholar and writer. There is a story about McCullough that he once visited a lighthouse tower where John Adams had climbed to the top. So, McCullough climbed to the top just for the experience when he was writing his book John Adams.