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Carol M. Richardson
This book offers a new and interdisciplinary approach to the history of papal Rome, 1400-80. It argues that the College of Cardinals emerged as key agents of its renaissance because of the crises of the fifteenth century.
John M. Frymire
Drawing on an extensive collection of Catholic, Lutheran, and Calvinist sermon collections (postils), this book offers the first comprehensive, systematic presentation of standard preaching texts in early modern Germany including their creation, print production, use, and censorship.
James M. Estes
This volume is a comparative study of the development of the thought of Luther and Melanchthon on the role of secular magistrates in the church that, in contrast to most earlier studies, sees essential agreement between them despite differences of argumentation.
Edited by Thomas M. Izbicki and Christopher M. Bellitto
This volume commemorates the 6th centennial of the birth of Nicholas of Cusa (1401-1464), a Renaissance polymath whose interests included law, politics, metaphysics, epistemology, theology, mysticism and relations between Christians and non-Christian peoples. The contributors to this volume ...
Scott M. Manetsch
This volume presents a fascinating account of the political strategies, religious attitudes, and resistance activities of Theodore Beza and other French Protestant leaders between the Saint Bartholomew's Day massacres (1572) and the Edict of Nantes (1598).
Thomas M. McCoog S.J.
Through a thorough investigation of Jesuit involvement in Ireland, Scotland, and England from 1541 to 1588, this study illuminates how the Society of Jesus grew from small beginnings to the Counter-Reformation order par excellence.
Hilary M. Carey & John Gascoigne, Eds.
Drawing on a diverse range of case studies in both the Old World of Europe and the New World of the European settler societies in the United States, Australia and New Zealand this volume offers an original perspective on the conduct of church-state relations and how these have been reshaped by ...
Edited by John W. O'Malley, Thomas M. Izbicki and Gerald Christianson
This volume contains studies by eleven distinguished scholars concerning changes in ethical and religious consciousness during this important era of Western culture — themes consonant with the scholarship of Charles Trinkaus. The personages treated range chronologically from Petrarch to Calvin.
Edited by Karin Friedrich, University of Aberdeen and Barbara M. Pendzich
This work is an attempt to change thinking not only on the political practice and the role of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth in a European context (both East and West), but to also connect the early modern past with present notions of citizenship and participatory political systems.
Edited by Jitse M. van der Meer and Scott Mandelbrote
These volumes describe how the development of the different styles of interpretation found in reading scripture and nature have transformed ideas of both the written word and the created world.
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