Fb2 The German People and the Reformation ePub
by R. Po-Chia Hsia
|Author:||R. Po-Chia Hsia|
|Publisher:||Cornell University Press; 1 edition (May 24, 1988)|
|Fb2 eBook:||1123 kb|
|ePub eBook:||1621 kb|
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In the past, scholars tended to treat the Reformation as a chapter in the history of ideas, emphasizing the thought of the major reformers and the changes in Christian doctrine. Today, however, more and more historians are asking how the revolution in theology affected the lives of ordinary men and women.
The essays are centered around four themes: cities and the Reformation; the transmitting of the Reformation in print, ritual, and song; women and the family; and lastly, the impact of the Reformation on education and other aspects of lay culture.
In the past, scholars tended to treat the Reformation as a chapter in the history of ideas, emphasizing the thought of the major reformers and the changes in Christian doctrine
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Po-chia Hsia, ed. A Companion to the Reformation World. Oxford: Blackwell Publishers, 2004. 592 pp. EUR 13. 0 (cloth), ISBN 978-0-631-22017-6. The course of the Reformation in German-speaking Switzerland is described by Kaspar von Greyerz, who points to the impact of communal decisions in Swiss rural cantons, the creation of matrimonial courts as specifically Swiss and the restriction of the Reformation by traditional practices and beliefs. The book's third section turns to "The European Reformation. Robert M. Kingdon describes the Reformation in Calvin's Geneva and Joke Spaans the Reformation in the Low Countries.
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Po-Chia Hsia (e., The German People and the Reformation (1988). Woodcut in a German book on the Ars moriendi ('Art of dying'; c. 1466). A Companion to the Reformation World (2003). U. Rublack, Reformation Europe (2005). Rublack (e., The Oxford Handbook of Protestant Reformations (Oxford, 2016) T. Scott, The Early Reformation in Germany: Between Secular Impact and Radical Vision (2013). R. W. Scribner, The German Reformation (1986) Woodcut in a German book on the Ars moriendi ('Art of dying'; c.
This book seeks to achieve an understanding of the contribution of translation to the spread of information in early .
This book seeks to achieve an understanding of the contribution of translation to the spread of information in early modern Europe. It focuses on non-fiction: the translation of books on religion, history, politics and especially on science, or 'natural philosophy', as it was generally known at this time. The book will appeal to scholars and students of the early modern and later periods, to historians of science and of religion, as well as to anyone interested in translation studies.