Fb2 Conciliation And Confession: The Struggle For Unity In The Age Of Reform, 1415-1648 (Works of Cardinal Newman: Birmingham Oratory Millennium Edit) ePub
by Howard P. Louthan,Randall C. Zachman
|Author:||Howard P. Louthan,Randall C. Zachman|
|Publisher:||Univ of Notre Dame Pr (October 1, 2004)|
|Fb2 eBook:||1660 kb|
|ePub eBook:||1568 kb|
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University of Notre Dame Press, c2004. BR 30. H5. Reformation Europe : age of reform and revolution, De Lamar Jensen. Subject: Reformation. Subject: Church Unity.
Conciliation and Confession: The Struggle for Unity in the Age of Reform, 1415-1648. It reevaluates traditional models of reform that leave unexplored the religious implications of flexible systems of communication and support among cities
Conciliation and Confession: The Struggle for Unity in the Age of Reform, 1415-1648. It reevaluates traditional models of reform that leave unexplored the religious implications of flexible systems of communication and support among cities. Such networks influenced urban reform in fundamental ways, affecting how Protestant preachers moved from city to city, as well as what versions of the Reformation city councils introduced. This fusion of religion and politics meant that with local variations, negotiation within a regional framework sat at the heart of urban reform.
Randall C. Zachman is Professor of Reformation Studies at the University of Notre Dame. He is the author of Image and Word in the Theology of John Calvin (2007), John Calvin as Teacher, Pastor, and Theologian (2006) and The Assurance of Faith: Conscience in the Theology of Martin Luther and John Calvin (2005). Zachman told CA: "My primary motivation for writing is to discover hitherto unnoticed themes in historical figures, such as Martin Luther and John Calvin, so that we come to see their work in a new light, and hopefully appreciate their thought more fully than before.
Conciliation and Confession: The Struggle for Unity in the Age of Reform, 1415–1648 by Howard P. Louthan . The Struggle for the Succession in Late Elizabethan England: Politics, Polemics and Cultural Representations by Jean-Christophe Mayer (pp. 1018-1020). Louthan, Randall C. Zachman. Conciliation and Confession: The Struggle for Unity in the Age of Reform, 1415–1648 by Howard P. Zachman (pp. 964-966).
ISBN 13: 9780268033637. Publication Date: 2/28/2003.
Conciliation and Confession.
By (author) John Henry Cardinal Newman, Introduction by James Tolhurst. Conciliation and Confession. John Henry Cardinal Newman (1801-1890) was an Anglican priest, poet and theologian and later a Catholic cardinal, who was an important and controversial figure in the religious history of England in the 19th century. He lives in Chislehurst, Kent. 5 50% (3). 4 33% (2).
The great age of monarchy, 1648–1789. It is scarcely surprising that, when any struggle became deadlocked, the local rulers should look about for foreign support; it is more noteworthy that their neighbours were normally ready and eager to provide it. Queen Elizabeth I of England (1558–1603) offered substantial support after 1585 to the Dutch rebels against Philip II and after 1589 to the Protestant Henry IV of France against his more powerful Catholic subjects; Philip II of Spain (1556–98), for his part, sent troops and treasure to the French Catholics, while his son Philip III (1598–1621) did the. same for the German Catholics.