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Author: John M. Headley,Hans J. Hillerbrand
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Publisher: Routledge (August 28, 2004)
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Confessionalization in Europe, 1555-1700 brings together a closely-focused set of essays by leading scholars from the USA, UK. .

Confessionalization in Europe, 1555-1700 brings together a closely-focused set of essays by leading scholars from the USA, UK, and Europe, in memory of Bodo Nischan. They address what historians of the Early Modern period have recently come to define as the pre-eminent issue in the history of the Reformation, as they turn their emphases from the earlier part of the 16th century to the relatively neglected latter half of the century. Through the analysis of such liturgical, ritual, and ceremonial practices Nischan helped show the way towards a better understanding of the Reformation's engagement with the people. These are the themes treated in this volume.

Confessionalization in Europe, 1555–1700. Essays in honor and memory of Bodo Nischan. Aldershot: Ashgate, 2004. Confessionalization in Europe, 1555–1700.

Confessionalization in Europe, 1555-1700 book. Confessionalization in Europe, 1555-1700 brings together a closely-focused set of essays by leading scholars from the USA, UK, and Europe, in memory of Bodo Nischan.

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Confessionalization in Europe, 1555-1700 brings together a closely-focused set of essays by leading scholars from the USA, UK, and Europe, in memory of Bodo Nischan

Confessionalization in Europe, 1555-1700 brings together a closely-focused set of essays by leading scholars from the USA, UK, and Europe, in memory of Bodo Nischan. By the time of his death Bodo Nischan had distinguished himself as a significant contributor to this central problem of confessionalization

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Are you sure you want to remove Confessionalization in Europe, 1555-1700 from your list? Confessionalization in Europe, 1555-1700. Published September 30, 2004 by Ashgate Publishing.

Headley, John M. and Hans J. Hillerbrand, eds. (2004). Confessionalization in Europe, 1555–1700: Essays in Honor and Memory of Bodo Nischan. Farnham, Eng: Ashgate. Hsia, R. Po-chia (1991). Social discipline in the Reformation : Central Europe 1550-1750 (Paperback e.

Bodo Nischan, John M. Headley, Hans Joachim Hillerbrand, Anthony J. Papalas, Confessionalization in Europe, 1555-1700: essays in honor and memory of Bodo Nischan (2004), p. 221; Google Books. Martin I. Klauber, Between Reformed Scholasticism and Pan-Protestantism: Jean-Alphonse Turretin (1671-1737) and enlightened orthodoxy at the Academy of Geneva (1994), p. 39; Google Books. ‹See Tfd (in German) BBKL page. Nicolas Fornerod, Gabriella Cahier, Philippe Boros, Matteo Campagnolo, Registres de la Compagnie des pasteurs de Genève, Volume 13; Volumes 1617-1618 (2001), p. xix; Google Books.

Confessionalization in Europe, 1555-1700 brings together a closely-focused set of essays by leading scholars from the USA, UK, and Europe, in memory of Bodo Nischan. They address what historians of the Early Modern period have recently come to define as the pre-eminent issue in the history of the Reformation, as they turn their emphases from the earlier part of the 16th century to the relatively neglected latter half of the century. By the time of his death Bodo Nischan had distinguished himself as a significant contributor to this central problem of confessionalization. The concept involves the practice of 'confession building' which in relation to that of 'social disciplining', promoted interrelated processes contributing decisively to the formation of confessional churches, greater social cohesion, and the emergence of the Early Modern absolute state. Many religious practices, earlier considered as adiaphora (indifferent matters), now became treated as marks of demarcation between the emerging Protestant confessional churches and at the same time politicized as the early modern state sought to impose greater social control. Through the analysis of such liturgical, ritual, and ceremonial practices Nischan helped show the way towards a better understanding of the Reformation's engagement with the people. These are the themes treated in this volume.