Tolerance and Intolerance in the European Reformation

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Januar 2002



An expert re-interpretation of how religious toleration and conflict developed in early modern Europe.


1. Introduction Ole Peter Grell; 2. The travail of tolerance: containing chaos in Early Modern Europe Heiko A. Oberman; 3. Preconditions of tolerance and intolerance in sixteenth century Germany Bob Scribner; 4. Heresy executions in Reformation Europe, 1520-1565 William Monter; 5. Un Roi, Une Loi, Deux Fois: parameters for the history of Catholic-Reformed co-existence in France, 1555-1685 Philip Benedict; 6. Confession, conscience, and honour: the limits of magisterial tolerance in sixteenth-century Strassburg Lorna Jane Abray; 7. One Reformation or many? Protestant identities in the Later Reformation in Germany Euan Cameron; 8. Toleration in the Early Swiss Reformation: the art and politics of Niklaus Manuel of Berne Bruce Gordon; 9. Tolerance and intolerance in sixteenth-century Basle Hans R. Guggisberg; 10. Exile and tolerance Ole Peter Grell; 11. The politics of toleration in the Free Netherlands, 1572-1620 Andrew Pettegree; 12. Archbishop Cranmer: concord and tolerance in a changing church Diarmaid MacCullogh; 13. Toleration for catholics in the Puritan Revolution Norah Carlin; 14. The question of tolerance in Bohemia and Moravia in the age of the Reformation Jaroslav Panek; 15. Tolerance and intolerance in sixteenth-century Hungary Katalin Peter; 16. Protestant confessionalization in the towns of Royal Prussia and the practice of religious toleration in Poland-Lithuania Michael G. Muller.


'Sophisticated in its approaches and detailed in its presentation, this book will contribute significantly to the study of the Reformation.' David Parnham, Journal of Religious History
EAN: 9780521894128
ISBN: 0521894123
Untertitel: Revised. Sprache: Englisch.
Erscheinungsdatum: Januar 2002
Seitenanzahl: 308 Seiten
Format: kartoniert
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