Larissa Juliet Taylor
Through the examination of over 250 sermons by the most popular preacher in Paris before the Religious Wars, François Le Picart (1504-1556), this book offers a close look at religious mentalités in the French capital in these critical years and offers insight into changing definitions of ...
Edited by Christian Krieger and Marc Lienhard
This volume gathers the conference papers of an international colloquium held in Strasbourg. It sheds new light on the thought and work of Martin Bucer, his impact on sixteenth century Europe, and his role in the progress of the Reformation in various countries and regions. Dieser Berichtband ...
This book retraces the life and work of Julius Pflug (1499-1564). Its interest is twofold: first, it allows us to survey the progress of the Lutheran Reformation, which Catholic apologists such as Pflug, Gropper, Witzel were unable to stop; secondly, as Pflug became entangled in all the ...
Edited by Raymond A. Mentzer, Françoise Moreil and Philippe Chareyre
The essays gathered in this volume explore church discipline and the Reformed consistory across Europe from the mid-sixteenth through the late eighteenth centuries. They offer imaginative, often unanticipated perspectives on the nature of censure and excommunication. Les articles réunis dans ce ...
Edited by Walter S. Melion and Lee Palmer Wandel
Drawing on optic theory, ethnography, and the visual cultures of Christianity, this volume explores various discourses of vision in early modern Europe and the colonial Americas.
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