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Edited by Wim Janse, VU University Amsterdam
Brill’s Series in Church History is a peer-reviewed book series devoted to the ecclesiastical, religious, theological, and cultural history of World Christianity and related areas, such as the history of Christian mission and of Jewish-Christian-Muslim relationships. It contains source editions, ...
Edited by Wim Janse (Leiden, The Netherlands)
The Dutch Review of Church History is a long-established periodical, primarily devoted to the history of Christianity.
Edited by Wim Janse and Barbara Pitkin
This rich volume by an interdisciplinary group of American and European scholars offers an innovative portrait of the complex formation of clerical and confessional identities within the context of the radically changed religious and political situations in sixteenth- and seventeenth-century Europe.
Edited by Wim Janse
Edited by Theo Clemens and Wim Janse
From earliest times the Western Church has fiercely debated questions about the place of the ministry within the Church and Church government. What requirements should be met by candidates for holy orders and what do we expect of priests and ministers: personal holiness, training for their ...
Albert Hardenberg, pastor in Bremen and Embden (ca. 1510-1574), was a key figure in the process of reformed confessionalization in northern Germany. Based on entirely new sources, this volume presents for the first time his biography as well as his theological position in relation to the major ...
Edited by Ulrike Hascher-Burger, August den Hollander and Wim Janse
The contributions reflect a broad range of interdisciplinary research interests in the field of lay piety and learned theology in the Middle Ages, Reformation, and Later Times as well as their representation through certain media as for instance book printing.
Edited by Jan Wim Buisman, Leiden University, R. Ward Holder, Saint Anselm College and Wim Janse, VU University Amsterdam
Church History and Religious Culture (formerly: Nederlands Archief voor Kerkgeschiedenis) is a long-established, peer-reviewed periodical, primarily devoted to the history of Christianity. It contains articles in this field as well as in other specialised related areas.
Advisor: Wim Janse
In the 16th century, the seaport town of Emden at the heart of East Friesland grew into the “mother church” of Dutch Calvinism, which was the driving force behind the Dutch Revolt. Concurrently, in neighbouring North-Western Germany the so-called “second Reformation” took place, that is, the ...
Advisor: Wim Janse, Leiden University, the Netherlands
This collection completes part 5 of IDC’s series on Reformed Protestantism, offering a unique and at the same time exemplary vista of two centuries of Reformed Protestantism in its local lutheran and international Reformed contexts. It focuses on the cities in which early modern North German ...
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