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Religous Thought in the Reformation

B Reardon

Religous Thought in the Reformation

B Reardon

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Preface. Acknowledgements. l. The eve of the Reformation, anticipations of reform. 2. Desiderius Erasmus.3. Martin Luther I.The religious revolutionary. 4. Martin Luther II. The founder of Protestantism. 5. Huldrech Zwingli. 6. Melanchthon and the development of Lutheranism. 7. Calvin and reformed Christianity:I. Strassburg & Geneva. 8. Calvin and reformed Christianity:II. A pattern of sound doctrine. 9. The Radical Reformation. 10. The Reformation in Britain:I. Crisis. 11. The Reformation in Britain:II. Consolidation. 12. Counter-Reformation: the Council of Trent. Bibliography. Index

- Publisher Most general accounts of the reformation concentrate on its events and personalities while recent scholarship has been largely devoted to its social and economic consequences. Benard Reardon's famous book has been designed specifically to reassert the role of religion in the study of reformation history and make the theological issues and arguments that fuelled it accessible to non-specialists today.

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Preface. Acknowledgements. l. The eve of the Reformation, anticipations of reform. 2. Desiderius Erasmus.3. Martin Luther I.The religious revolutionary. 4. Martin Luther II. The founder of Protestantism. 5. Huldrech Zwingli. 6. Melanchthon and the development of Lutheranism. 7. Calvin and reformed Christianity:I. Strassburg & Geneva. 8. Calvin and reformed Christianity:II. A pattern of sound doctrine. 9. The Radical Reformation. 10. The Reformation in Britain:I. Crisis. 11. The Reformation in Britain:II. Consolidation. 12. Counter-Reformation: the Council of Trent. Bibliography. Index
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Most general accounts of the reformation concentrate on its events and personalities while recent scholarship has been largely devoted to its social and economic consequences. Benard Reardon's famous book has been designed specifically to reassert the role of religion in the study of reformation history and make the theological issues and arguments that fuelled it accessible to non-specialists today.
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Table Of Contents

  • Part 1 The Eve Of The Reformation - Anticipations Of Reform: Antipapalism
  • The Growth Of Heresy
  • The Conciliar Movement
  • Late Medieval Piety
  • Humanism. Part 2 Desiderius Erasmus: The Humanist And Biblical Scholar
  • Erasmus And The Reformers
  • "christ's Philosophy"
  • "vox Clamantis In Deserto". Part 3 Martin Luther: 1. The Religious
  • Revolutionary: The Age And The Man
  • Luther's Experience
  • Justification By Faith Alone
  • Christian Freedom
  • Note On The Indulgence Controversy. Part 4 Martin Luther: 11. The Founder
  • Of Protestantism: The Authority Of Scripture
  • The Church
  • The Sacraments
  • The Work And Person Of Christ
  • God, Providence And Predestination
  • Sin
  • Man And Society: The Two Kingdoms. Part 5 Huldrych Zwingli: Reform At
  • Zurich
  • Zwingli's Biblical Theology
  • The Sovereignty Of God And The Mediation Of Christ
  • A Disciplined Church
  • The Eucharistic Controversy
  • Oecolampadius And Bullinger. Part 6 Melanchthon And The Development Of
  • Lutheranism: Loci Communes
  • The Augsburg Confession
  • Melanchthon's Apology: "synergism"
  • Melanchthon's Later Theology. Part 7 Calvin And Reformed Christianity: 1.
  • Strassburg And Geneva - Martin Bucer At Strassburg
  • A Mediating Theology. Bucer And Calvin
  • Geneva
  • Calvin, Humanist And Reformer
  • Christianae Religionis Institutio, 1536
  • A Holy Commonwealth. Part 8 Calvin And Reformed Christianity: Il. A
  • Pattern Of Sound Doctrine - Sola Scripture: Calvin As Biblical Exegete
  • The Knowledge Of God
  • Predestination
  • Christ, His Person And His Work
  • The Church And The Sacraments
  • Note On Calvin's Trinitarian Doctrine. Part 9 The Radical Reformation:
  • "be Ye Separate"
  • The Anabaptists
  • The Spirituals
  • The Rationalists. Part 10 The Reformation In Britain: 1. Crisis
  • "henrician" Catholicism
  • Thomas Cranmer
  • "the True And Catholic Doctrine Of The Sacrament"
  • The Beginnings Of Anglicanism
  • Note On Bucer's De Regno Christi. Part 11 The Reformation In Britain: 11.
  • Consolidation - The Elizabethan Settlement
  • A Twofold Apologetic
  • Richard Hooker
  • The Origins Of Separatism
  • Calvinist Presbyterianism In Scotland. Part 12 Counter-reformation: The
  • Council Of Trent - Catholic Reform And Revival
  • The Jesuit Theologians
  • The Summoning Of The Council
  • Sessions Iii To Vi: Basic Issues
  • Sessions Vii To Xxv: The Sacraments And Other Topics
  • Trent And Protestantism.

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  • Catalogue Code 156813
  • Product Code 0582259592
  • EAN 9780582259591
  • Pages 342
  • Department Academic
  • Category History
  • Sub-Category General
  • Publisher Longman
  • Publication Date Dec 1995
  • Dimensions 235 x 159 x 20 mm
  • Weight 0.960kg

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