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Die Reformation

1490 - 1700

Author: Diarmaid MacCulloch,Bernd Leineweber,Helke Voß-Becher

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9783423346535

Category: Reformation

Page: 1021

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The Reformation

Author: Diarmaid MacCulloch

Publisher: Penguin

ISBN: 1101563958

Category: History

Page: 864

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The Reformation and Counter-Reformation represented the greatest upheaval in Western society since the collapse of the Roman Empire a millennium before. The consequences of those shattering events are still felt today—from the stark divisions between (and within) Catholic and Protestant countries to the Protestant ideology that governs America, the world’s only remaining superpower. In this masterful history, Diarmaid MacCulloch conveys the drama, complexity, and continuing relevance of these events. He offers vivid portraits of the most significant individuals—Luther, Calvin, Zwingli, Loyola, Henry VIII, and a number of popes—but also conveys why their ideas were so powerful and how the Reformation affected everyday lives. The result is a landmark book that will be the standard work on the Reformation for years to come. The narrative verve of The Reformation as well as its provocative analysis of American culture’s debt to the period will ensure the book’s wide appeal among history readers.

The Reformation

Author: Patrick Collinson

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 1780226306

Category: History

Page: 224

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A short but powerful study of one of the great watersheds of European history Although for generations the Reformation was regarded as a major turning point in European history, in recent years its significance has been downgraded. But in this book Professor Collinson sets out to restore a sense of the Reformation as a momentous historical event. He brilliantly explores the complexities and corruption of the late-medieval Catholic Church - and the Europe-wide reform movement which produced Lutherans, Calvinists, Huguenots, Presbyterians and the Church of England, and which profoundly shaped the identity of the emerging nation-states of Europe.

Humanists and Reformers

A History of the Renaissance and Reformation

Author: Bard Thompson

Publisher: Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing

ISBN: 0802863485

Category: History

Page: 804

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This beautifully produced volume presents a fascinating survey of two great traditions in human history--the Italian Renaissance and the age of the Reformation. Thomson's description of these periods and their major figures are illustrated with numerous images of personalities, art, and architecture of the times.

The Reformation

A Brief History

Author: Kenneth G. Appold

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 1444397680

Category: Religion

Page: 216

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The Reformation: A Brief History is a succinct and engaging introduction to the origins and history of the Protestant Reformation. A rich overview of the Reformation, skillfully blending social, political, religious and theological dimensions A clearly and engagingly written narrative which draws on the latest and best scholarship Includes the history of the Reformation in Scandinavia and Eastern Europe, areas that are rarely covered in any detail The Reformation is placed in the context of the entire history of Christianity to draw out its origins, impetus, and legacy

A History of Modern Germany: The Reformation

Author: Hajo Holborn

Publisher: Princeton University Press

ISBN: 9780691007953

Category: History

Page: 374

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...A three-volume reassessment of the last five centuries of German history...

The Renaissance and Reformation

A History in Documents

Author: Merry E. Wiesner

Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA

ISBN: 9780195308891

Category: History

Page: 163

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Includes bibliographical references (p. 152-156) and index.

A History of Christian Thought: From the Protestant Reformation to the twentieth century

Author: Justo L. González

Publisher: Abingdon Press

ISBN: 0687171849

Category: Religion

Page: 498

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A treatment of the evolution of Christian thought from the birth of Christ, to the Apostles, to the early church, to the great flowering of Christianity across the world. The final volume begins with the towering theological leaders of the Protestant Reformation and traces the development of Christian thought through its encounter with modernity.

The Reformation

A Religious and Historical Sketch

Author: John Albert Babington

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: N.A

Category: Reformation

Page: 362

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The Reformation

A History of European Civilization from Wyclif to Calvin, 1300-1564

Author: Will Durant

Publisher: M J F Books

ISBN: 9781567310177

Category: Church history

Page: 1025

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All Things Made New

The Reformation and Its Legacy

Author: Diarmaid MacCulloch

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 0190616814

Category: Reformation

Page: 452

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"First published in Great Britain by Allen Lane"--Title page verso.

The Reformation: A Very Short Introduction

Author: Peter Marshall

Publisher: OUP Oxford

ISBN: 0191578886

Category: Religion

Page: 168

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The Reformation transformed Europe, and left an indelible mark on the modern world. It began as an argument about what Christians needed to do to be saved, but rapidly engulfed society in a series of fundamental changes. This Very Short Introduction provides a lively and up-to-date guide to the process. It explains doctrinal debates in a clear and non-technical way, but is equally concerned to demonstrate the effects the Reformation had on politics, society, art, and minorities. Peter Marshall argues that the Reformation was not a solely European phenomenon, but that varieties of faith exported from Europe transformed Christianity into a truly world religion. The complex legacy of the Reformation is also assessed; its religious fervour produced remarkable stories of sanctity and heroism, and some extraordinary artistic achievements, but violence, holy war, and martyrdom were equally its products. A paradox of the Reformation - that it intensified intolerance while establishing pluralism - is one we still wrestle with today. ABOUT THE SERIES: The Very Short Introductions series from Oxford University Press contains hundreds of titles in almost every subject area. These pocket-sized books are the perfect way to get ahead in a new subject quickly. Our expert authors combine facts, analysis, perspective, new ideas, and enthusiasm to make interesting and challenging topics highly readable.

A History of Christian Thought Volume III

From the Protestant Reformation to the Twentieth Century

Author: Justo L. González

Publisher: Abingdon Press

ISBN: 1426721935

Category: Religion

Page: 334

View: 1417

A treatment of the evolution of Christian thought from the birth of Christ, to the Apostles, to the early church, to the great flowering of Christianity across the world. The final volume begins with the towering theological leaders of the Protestant Reformation and traces the development of Christian thought through its encounter with modernity. Volume #2 9781426721915 Volume #1 9781426721892

Reformation

Europe's House Divided 1490-1700

Author: Diarmaid MacCulloch

Publisher: Penguin UK

ISBN: 0141926600

Category: History

Page: 864

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The Reformation was the seismic event in European history over the past 1000 years, and one which tore the medieval world apart. Not just European religion, but thought, culture, society, state systems, personal relations - everything - was turned upside down. Just about everything which followed in European history can be traced back in some way to the Reformation and the Counter-Reformation which it provoked. The Reformation is where the modern world painfully and dramatically began, and MacCulloch's great history of it is recognised as the best modern account.

Historical Dictionary of the Reformation and Counter-Reformation

Author: Michael Mullett

Publisher: Scarecrow Press

ISBN: 9780810873933

Category: Religion

Page: 594

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Historical Dictionary of the Reformation and Counter-Reformation provides a comprehensive account of two chains of events_the Protestant Reformation and the Catholic Counter-Reformation_that have left an enduring imprint on Europe, America, and the world at large. This is done through a chronology, a introductory essay, a bibliography, and over 300 cross-referenced dictionary entries on persons, places, countries, institutions, doctrines, ideas, and events.

A History of Christian Thought: From Augustine to the eve of the Reformation

Author: Justo L. González

Publisher: Abingdon Pr

ISBN: N.A

Category: Religion

Page: 362

View: 8145

A treatment of the evolution of Christian thought from the birth of Christ, to the Apostles, to the early church, to the great flowering of Christianity across the world. Beginning with Augustine, Volume 2 covers the flowering of Christian thought that characterized both the Latin West and the Byzantine East during the Middle Ages.

The Oxford Illustrated History of the Reformation

Author: Peter Marshall

Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA

ISBN: 0199595488

Category: History

Page: 303

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The Reformation was a seismic event in history, whose consequences are still working themselves out in Europe and across the world. The protests against the marketing of indulgences staged by the German monk Martin Luther in 1517 belonged to a long-standing pattern of calls for internal reform and renewal in the Christian Church. But they rapidly took a radical and unexpected turn, engulfing first Germany and then Europe as a whole in furious arguments about how God's will was to be discerned, and how humans were to be 'saved'. However, these debates did not remain confined to a narrow sphere of theology. They came to reshape politics and international relations; social, cultural, and artistic developments; relations between the sexes; and the patterns and performances of everyday life. They were also the stimulus for Christianity's transformation into a truly global religion, as agents of the Roman Catholic Church sought to compensate for losses in Europe with new conversions in Asia and the Americas. Covering both Protestant and Catholic reform movements, in Europe and across the wider world, this beautifully illustrated volume tells the story of the Reformation from its immediate, explosive beginnings, through to its profound longer-term consequences and legacy for the modern world. The story is not one of an inevitable triumph of liberty over oppression, enlightenment over ignorance. Rather, it tells how a multitude of rival groups and individuals, with or without the support of political power, strove after visions of 'reform'. And how, in spite of themselves, they laid the foundations for the plural and conflicted world we now inhabit.

The Reformation

Its Roots and Its Legacy

Author: Pierre Berthoud,Pieter J. Lalleman

Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers

ISBN: 1498235697

Category: Religion

Page: 246

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The papers in this volume are less a commemoration of the Reformation than a discussion of its meaning in the era after 2017. What is celebrated in 2017 is not the Reformation as such, but the beginning of the Reformation. It was the dynamics of the "new" theology of Luther and Calvin that caused a radical change with global effects. Reformation is not just an historical event but an ongoing movement of renewal and change. The message of the Reformation constantly challenges us to think through positions, actions, attitudes, and programs. This book presents contributions from eleven experts from all over Europe, who deal with their various topics on the conviction that the essence of Luther's theology does not need to be adapted to make it relevant. The papers originated at the 2016 conference of the Fellowship of European Evangelical Theologians, which was held in Lutherstadt Wittenberg.

Protestants

A History from Wittenberg to Pennsylvania 1517 - 1740

Author: C. Scott Dixon

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9781444328110

Category: History

Page: 280

View: 9957

Protestants: A History from Wittenberg to Pennsylvania, 1517-1740 presents a comprehensive thematic history of the rise and influence of the branches of Christianity that emerged out of the Protestant Reformation. Represents the only English language single-volume survey of the rise of early modern Protestantism from its Lutheran beginnings in Germany to its spread to America Offers a thematic approach to Protestantism by tracing its development within the social, political, and cultural context of early modern Europe Introduces innovative argument that the central dynamic of Protestantism was not its struggle with Catholicism but its own inner dynamic Breaks from traditional scholarship by arguing that the rise of Reformation Protestantism lasted at least two centuries Unites Old World and New World Protestant histories

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