Publication year: 2007
Herausgegeben von Herman J. Selderhuis und Markus Wriedt
In the focus of early modern history of education and professional training of theologians and clergy this collection of essays allows a wide range survey to persons, institution, texts and serial sources for the 16th and 17th centuries.
Allison D. Fizzard
A case study examining the history of a house of English Augustinian canons, this book reveals the ways in which Plympton Priory formed connections with the laity, the episcopacy, the secular clergy, and the Crown in the late Middle Ages.
Edited by Pieter N. Holtrop and C. Hendrik Slechte
This book offers studies on the history of foreign churches in St. Petersburg since the founding of the city in 1703 till the Revolution in 1917. Moreover, archivists give detailed overviews and insights in the archives concerned in question.
Death, judgement, heaven, and hell are the themes of a late medieval hymn manuscript associated with the Brethren of the Common Life at Zwolle. These same themes constitute the basis of penitential meditation in these circles. This book offers a new view on the spirituality of the Modern ...
Keith D. Stanglin
With special attention to the academic context and sources of the Leiden debate, this book examines Jacobus Arminius’s doctrines of salvation and the assurance of salvation, demonstrating the decisive role that assurance played in his dissent from Reformed theology.
Translated with an Introduction and Notes by Philip R. Amidon, S.J.
Paperback edition is available from the Society of Biblical Literature (www.sbl-site.org)
Advisor: Malcolm Walsby, University of St. Andrews
During the sixteenth century Protestant authors had grasped the importance of winning over the souls and minds of the French people from the outset and the production of Genevan presses was therefore predominantly in French. If the Catholic Church wished to preserve its position in France, it ...
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