Reformation

ISBN-10: 014303538X
ISBN-13: 9780143035381
Edition: 2003
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List price: $25.00
Copyright year: 2003
Publisher: Penguin Publishing Group
Publication date: 3/25/2005
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 864
Size: 5.44" wide x 8.39" long x 1.50" tall
Weight: 1.826
Language: English

The Reformation and the Counter-Reformation it provoked are one of the great discontinuities in European and world history. The dramatic changes that began when Martin Luther proclaimed his ninety-five theses in Wittenberg in 1517 were of a different order to anything that had gone before. In the following two hundred years, the Christian world broke apart and the nature not just of religion but also of politics, thought, society and culture all changed utterly. The course of history down to our own time has been decisively shaped by this revolution.

Preface and Acknowledgments
List of Illustrations and Maps
Introduction
A Common Culture
The Old Church, 1490-1517
Seeing Salvation in Church
The First Pillar: The Mass and Purgatory
Layfolk at Prayer
The Second Pillar: Papal Primacy
A Pillar Cracks: Politics and the Papacy
Church Versus Commonwealth?
Hopes and Fears, 1490-1517
Shifting Boundaries
The Iberian Exception
The Iberian Achievement: The Western Church Exported
New Possibilities: Paper and Printing
Humanism: A New World from Books
Putting Renewal into Practice
Reform or the Last Days?
Erasmus: Hopes Fulfilled, Fears Stilled?
New Heaven: New Earth, 1517-24
The Shadow of Augustine
Luther: A Good Monk, 1483-1517
An Accidental Revolution, 1517-21
Whose Revolution? 1521-22
Evangelical Challenges: Zwingli and Radicalism, 1521-22
Zurich and Wittenberg, 1522-24
The Years of Carnival, 1521-24
Wooing the Magistrate, 1524-40
Europe's Greatest Rebellion, 1524-25
Princely Churches or Christian Separation, 1525-30
The Birth of Protestantisms, 1529-33
Strassburg: New Rome or New Jerusalem?
Kings and Reformers, 1530-40
A New King David? Munster and Its Aftermath
Reunion Deferred: Catholic and Protestant, 1530-60
A Southern Revival
Ignatius Loyola and the Early Jesuits
Hopes for a Deal: The 1541-42 Crisis
A Council at Trent: The First Session, 1545-49
Calvin in Geneva: The Reformed Answer to Munster
Calvin and the Eucharist: Protestant Divisions Confirmed
Reformed Protestantism: Alternatives to Calvin, 1540-60
Reunion Scorned, 1547-70
Crisis for the Habsburgs, 1547-55
1555: An Emperor's Exhaustion, a Pope's Obsession
A Catholic Recovery: England, 1553-58
1558-59: Turning Points for Dynasties
The Last Session of the Council of Trent, 1561-63
Protestants in Arms: France and the Low Countries, 1562-70
Europe Divided: 1570-1619
The New Europe Defined, 1569-72
Northern and Southern Religion
Tridentine Successes
The Catholic Defense of Christendom, 1565-71
Militant Northern Protestants, 1569-72
The Massacre of St. Bartholomew, 1572
Poland 1569-76: An Alternative Future?
Protestantism and Providence
The North: Protestant Heartlands
Defining Lutheranism: Toward the Formula of Concord
The "Second Reformation" in Germany
Baltic Religious Contests: Poland-Lithuania and Scandinavia
The Northern Netherlands: Protestant Victory
The Northern Netherlands: The Arminian Crisis
A Reformed Success: Scotland
Elizabethan England: A Reformed Church?
Ireland: The Coming of the Counter-Reformation
The South: Catholic Heartlands
Italy: The Counter-Reformation's Heart
Spain and Portugal: King Philip's Church
The Counter-Reformation as World Mission
Central Europe: Religion Contested
The Empire and Habsburg Lands: A Shattered Church
Habsburgs, Wittelsbachs, and a Catholic Recovery
Transylvania: A Reformed Israel
France: Collapse of a Kingdom, 1572-98
France: A Late Counter-Reformation
Decision and Destruction, 1618-48
Coda: A British Legacy, 1600-1700
New English Beginnings: Richard Hooker and Lancelot Andrewes
Early Stuart England: The Church's Golden Age?
War in Three Kingdoms, 1638-60
A Spectrum of Protestantisms, 1660-1700
American Beginnings
Patterns of Life
Changing Times
Time Ending
Hearing God's Voice
Fighting Antichrist: Idols
Fighting Antichrist: Witches
Death, Life, and Discipline
Negotiations with Death and Magic
Telling out the Word
Godly Discipline
A Spirit of Protestantism?
Love and Sex: Staying the Same
A Common Legacy
The Family in Society
The Fear of Sodomy
Love and Sex: Moving On
The "Reformation of Manners"
Catholicism, the Family, and Celibacy
Protestantism and the Family
Choices in Religion
Outcomes
Wars of Reformation
Tolerating Difference
Crosscurrents: Humanism and Natural Philosophy
Crosscurrents: Judaism and Doubts
The Englightenment and Beyond
Appendix of Texts: Creeds, Lord's Prayer, Ten Commandments, and Hail Mary
Notes
Further Reading
Index

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