Search: History - Early Modern History, 1997
Edited by Michael A.G. Haykin
This volume of essays examines various aspects of the thought of John Gill - his trinitarianism, soteriology, ecclesiology, use of Scripture - and in so doing, offers some key insights into the worldview of the transatlantic Baptist community of the eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries.
Thomas C. Pfizenmaier
This study of Samuel Clarke's theology of the trinity is a foundational study of one of the leading Latitudinarians of the eighteenth century. It utilizes the best resources available, including previously unpublished theological manuscripts of Clarke's confidant, Sir Isaac Newton. The study ...
Daniel C. Fouke
Fouke examines the anti-enthusiastical crusade of the Cambridge Platonist, Henry More, while exploring connections between Hermeticism, Cartesianism, and religious radicalism. More is shown to offer, through the dialectical employment of speech genres, a consistent ideal of the spiritual life.
Kevin C. Robbins
Robbins presents a comprehensive history of early modern La Rochelle, one of the largest and most fractious French Protestant towns. Grounded upon a mass of local serial sources unprecedented in scope, this study reassesses the Reformation's urban impact in France, the comportment of French ...
Robert J. Bast
This book traces the development of the catechetical movement in late-medieval and early modern Germany, revealing the emergence of a cross-confessional program that aimed to reform society under the leadership of godly "fathers" in house, Church and government.
In this publication for the first time the complete christological conception of the great Dominican theologian is described and discussed in an analysis of his deliberations on the incarnation, the hypostatic union and its consequences and the biblical dates of Christ's life.
Edited by Norbert Fischer and Marion Kobelt-Groch
This volume, dedicated ot Hans-Jürgen Goertz on the occasion of his sixtieth birthday, brings together historical and theological essays dealing with the theme of outsiders, non-conformists, and social and religious movements in the German-speaking world between the Late Middle Ages and the ...
Edited by Bart Westerweel
This publication is the first of its kind. It approaches Anglo-Dutch relations from the angle of the production of the highly popular emblem book and its influence on important cultural and political events, mainly in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
The book examines the cult of Sainte Geneviève, patron saint of Paris. Using hagiographic and liturgical documents, as well as municipal, ecclesiastical, and notarial records, it analyzes the religious, political, and social contexts of public devotion in the early modern city.
Edited by Marco van der Hoeven
A Publication of new research on different aspects of warfare in the age of the Dutch Revolt. An important survey of the state of affairs by Dutch historians, all experts in their field.
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