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Reformation (4 Vol Set)

A Pettegree (Ed)
Reformation (4 Vol Set)

Reformation (4 Vol Set)

A Pettegree (Ed)

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This key writings reprinted in this collection reflect both the classic building blocks of Reformation history, such as the writings of Luther and Calvin, and also the new historiography which has emerged in recent years. The material is organized so as to explore the thematic complexities of this all-encompassing movement, whilst giving due weight to developments in different parts of Europe including France, the Netherlands, Germany, Switzerland, England and Scotland.

- Publisher Volume I 1. Heiko Oberman, 'Martin Luther: Forerunner of the Reformation', in his The Reformation, Roots and Ramification (T. & T. Clark, Edinburgh, 1994), pp. 23-52 (30pp)2. Alister E. McGrath, 'Justification and the Reformation. The Significance of the Doctrine of Justification by Faith to Sixteenth Century Urban Communities', Archiv fur Reformationsgeschichte, 81 (1990), pp. 5-18 (14pp)3. Susan C Karant-Nunn, 'What was preached in German cities in the early years of the Reformation? Wildwuchs versus Lutheran unity', in Philip N. Bebb and Sherrin Marshall (eds.), The Process of Change in early Modern Europe (Ohio University Press, Athens, Ohio, 1988), pp. 81-96 (16pp)4. H-C. Rublack, 'Martin Luther and the urban social experience', Sixteenth Century Journal, 16 (1) (1985) pp. 15-32 (18pp)5. Philip Broadhead, 'Guildsmen, Religious Reform and the Search for the Common Good: the role of the Guilds in the Early Reformation in Augsburg', Historical Journal, 39 (3) (1996), pp. 577-597 (21pp)6. Robert Kolb, 'God's gift of martyrdom: the Early Reformation understanding of dying for the faith, Church History, 64 (1995), pp. 399-411 (13pp)7. Thomas F. Sea, 'Imperial Cities and the Peasants' War in Germany', Central European History, 12 (1979), pp. 3-37 (35pp)8. C. Scott Dixon, 'The German Reformation and the territorial Society: Reform Initiatives in Schwabach, 1523-1527', German History, 14 (2) (1996), pp. 123-40 (18pp)9. R.W. Scribner, 'Incombustible Luther: the Image of the reformer in Early Modern Germany', Past and Present, 110 (1986), pp. 38-68 (31pp)10. Gerald Strauss, 'Success and Failure in the German Reformation', Past and Present, 67 (1975), pp. 30-63 (34pp)11. Patrick T. Ferry, ' Confessionalization and popular preaching: Sermons against Synergism in Reformation Saxony', Sixteenth Century Journal, 28 (4) (1997), pp. 1143-1166 (24pp)12. Arnold Snyder, 'Word and Power in Reformation Zurich', Archiv fur Reformationsgeschichte, 81 (1990), pp. 263-285 (23pp)13. Iren L Snavely Jr., 'Zwingli, Froschauer and the word of God in Print', Journal of Religious and Theological Information, 3 (2) (2000), pp. 65-87 (23pp)14. Lee Palmer Wandel, 'Envisioning God: Image and Liturgy in Reformation Zurich, Sixteenth Century Journal, 24 (1) (1993), pp. 21-40 (20pp)15. Bruce Gordon, 'Preaching and the Reformation of the Clergy in the Swiss Reformation', in Andrew Pettegree (ed.), The Reformation of the Parishes. The ministry and the Reformation in town and country (Manchester UP, 1993), pp. 63-84 (22pp)16. J. Wayne Baker, 'Church, State and Dissent: the crisis of the Swiss Reformation, 1531-1536', Church History, 57 (1988), pp. 135-152 (18pp)17. W. Packull, 'The Origins of Swiss Anabaptism in the context of the Reformation of the Common Man', Journal of Mennonite Studies, 3 (1985), pp. 35-59 (25pp)18. C. Arnold Snyder, 'Orality, Literacy and the study of Anabaptism', Mennonite Quarterly Review, 65 (1991), pp. 371-392 (22pp) Volume II 19. Bernd Moeller, 'Luther in Europe: his works in translation, 1517-1546', in E.I. Kouri and Tom Scott (eds.), Politics and Society in Reformation Europe (Macmillan, 1987), pp. 235-251 (17pp)20. Euan Cameron, 'The Godly Community in the Theory and Practice of the European Reformation', in W.J. Shiels and Diana Wood (ed.s), Voluntary Religion (Studies in Church History, 23, 1986), pp. 131-153 (23pp)21. A.C. Duke, The Face of Popular Religious Dissent in the Low Countries, 1520-1530', Journal of Ecclesiastical History, 26 (1975), pp.41-67 (27pp)22. Gary K. Waite, 'Reformers on Stage: Rhetorician Drama and Reformation propagan

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This key writings reprinted in this collection reflect both the classic building blocks of Reformation history, such as the writings of Luther and Calvin, and also the new historiography which has emerged in recent years. The material is organized so as to explore the thematic complexities of this all-encompassing movement, whilst giving due weight to developments in different parts of Europe including France, the Netherlands, Germany, Switzerland, England and Scotland.
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Volume I 1. Heiko Oberman, 'Martin Luther: Forerunner of the Reformation', in his The Reformation, Roots and Ramification (T. & T. Clark, Edinburgh, 1994), pp. 23-52 (30pp)2. Alister E. McGrath, 'Justification and the Reformation. The Significance of the Doctrine of Justification by Faith to Sixteenth Century Urban Communities', Archiv fur Reformationsgeschichte, 81 (1990), pp. 5-18 (14pp)3. Susan C Karant-Nunn, 'What was preached in German cities in the early years of the Reformation? Wildwuchs versus Lutheran unity', in Philip N. Bebb and Sherrin Marshall (eds.), The Process of Change in early Modern Europe (Ohio University Press, Athens, Ohio, 1988), pp. 81-96 (16pp)4. H-C. Rublack, 'Martin Luther and the urban social experience', Sixteenth Century Journal, 16 (1) (1985) pp. 15-32 (18pp)5. Philip Broadhead, 'Guildsmen, Religious Reform and the Search for the Common Good: the role of the Guilds in the Early Reformation in Augsburg', Historical Journal, 39 (3) (1996), pp. 577-597 (21pp)6. Robert Kolb, 'God's gift of martyrdom: the Early Reformation understanding of dying for the faith, Church History, 64 (1995), pp. 399-411 (13pp)7. Thomas F. Sea, 'Imperial Cities and the Peasants' War in Germany', Central European History, 12 (1979), pp. 3-37 (35pp)8. C. Scott Dixon, 'The German Reformation and the territorial Society: Reform Initiatives in Schwabach, 1523-1527', German History, 14 (2) (1996), pp. 123-40 (18pp)9. R.W. Scribner, 'Incombustible Luther: the Image of the reformer in Early Modern Germany', Past and Present, 110 (1986), pp. 38-68 (31pp)10. Gerald Strauss, 'Success and Failure in the German Reformation', Past and Present, 67 (1975), pp. 30-63 (34pp)11. Patrick T. Ferry, ' Confessionalization and popular preaching: Sermons against Synergism in Reformation Saxony', Sixteenth Century Journal, 28 (4) (1997), pp. 1143-1166 (24pp)12. Arnold Snyder, 'Word and Power in Reformation Zurich', Archiv fur Reformationsgeschichte, 81 (1990), pp. 263-285 (23pp)13. Iren L Snavely Jr., 'Zwingli, Froschauer and the word of God in Print', Journal of Religious and Theological Information, 3 (2) (2000), pp. 65-87 (23pp)14. Lee Palmer Wandel, 'Envisioning God: Image and Liturgy in Reformation Zurich, Sixteenth Century Journal, 24 (1) (1993), pp. 21-40 (20pp)15. Bruce Gordon, 'Preaching and the Reformation of the Clergy in the Swiss Reformation', in Andrew Pettegree (ed.), The Reformation of the Parishes. The ministry and the Reformation in town and country (Manchester UP, 1993), pp. 63-84 (22pp)16. J. Wayne Baker, 'Church, State and Dissent: the crisis of the Swiss Reformation, 1531-1536', Church History, 57 (1988), pp. 135-152 (18pp)17. W. Packull, 'The Origins of Swiss Anabaptism in the context of the Reformation of the Common Man', Journal of Mennonite Studies, 3 (1985), pp. 35-59 (25pp)18. C. Arnold Snyder, 'Orality, Literacy and the study of Anabaptism', Mennonite Quarterly Review, 65 (1991), pp. 371-392 (22pp) Volume II 19. Bernd Moeller, 'Luther in Europe: his works in translation, 1517-1546', in E.I. Kouri and Tom Scott (eds.), Politics and Society in Reformation Europe (Macmillan, 1987), pp. 235-251 (17pp)20. Euan Cameron, 'The Godly Community in the Theory and Practice of the European Reformation', in W.J. Shiels and Diana Wood (ed.s), Voluntary Religion (Studies in Church History, 23, 1986), pp. 131-153 (23pp)21. A.C. Duke, The Face of Popular Religious Dissent in the Low Countries, 1520-1530', Journal of Ecclesiastical History, 26 (1975), pp.41-67 (27pp)22. Gary K. Waite, 'Reformers on Stage: Rhetorician Drama and Reformation propagan
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  • Catalogue Code 224530
  • Product Code 0415316677
  • EAN 9780415316675
  • Pages 1728
  • Department Academic
  • Category Academic Sets
  • Sub-Category Church History
  • Publisher Routledge
  • Publication Date Aug 2004
  • Dimensions 234 x 158 x 111 mm
  • Weight 3.107kg

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