Age of Reformation The Tudor and Stewart Realms, 1485-1603

ISBN-10: 1405835575

ISBN-13: 9781405835572

Edition: 2009

Authors: Alec Ryrie

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List price: $49.95
Copyright year: 2009
Publisher: Routledge
Publication date: 5/21/2009
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 360
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 0.880
Language: English

Series Editor's Preface
The World of the Parish
Living in early modern Britain
A lost world
Plague and its aftermath
Diversions and hopes
The Church as an institution
The structure
The clergy
Beyond the parish
Parish Christianity
Inside the parish church
The Mass and its meaning
The living and the dead
Satisfaction and dissent
Politics and Religion in Two Kingdoms, 1485-1513
Governing Britain
Kingship, lordship and elective monarchy
Structures of government
Church and state
The usurper's tale: Henry VII and the restoration of stability
Challenge and survival: the pretenders
Money and control
Kingship and legitimacy
`The lord of the world': James IV's Scotland and the theatre of kingship
The Renaissance
Out of Italy
The weight of history in the Middle Ages
The Italian Renaissance and what came of it
The Renaissance in Britain
Renaissance and Reformation
Books and printing
Renaissance to Reformation
Henry VIII and the glamour of kingship, 1509-27
The performer king
The cardinal's king
The Lutheran heresy
A problem of theology
The arrival of heresy in England
Scotland: religion and politics under James V, 1513-42
Supreme Head: Henry VIII's Reformation, 1527-47
The break with Rome
Conscience and dispensation: two trials, 1527-29
A new approach: 1529-32
From Divorce to Reformation
The Henrician Reformation
Books and articles: the doctrinal Reformation
King Hezekiah: the Henrician Reformation in practice
Reactions and responses
Religious conservatives: active resistance, passive resistance
Evangelicals: from loyalty to frustration
The wider population: confusion and conformity
The English Revolution: Edward VI, 1547-53
Carnival: Protector Somerset's Reformation
From Henry VIII to Protector Somerset
The gospellers unleashed, 1547-49
Official Reformation: the first phase
1549-50: the hinge of the Edwardian regime
The end of Seymour's Protectorate
Religious opposition and its failure
Lent: the Duke of Northumberland's Reformation
Consolidation and division: the official Reformation
The future of the Edwardian Reformation
Elective monarchy revisited: the Jane Grey debacle
Two Restorations: Mary and Elizabeth, 1553-60
Religion, marriage and their consequences
Rebuilding the Church
The Protestant problem
The end of the regime and the transfer of power
The path to the `Settlement'
Implementing the Reformation
Reformation on the Battlefield: Scotland, 1542-73
Regency, 1542-58
The crisis of 1543
The `Rough Wooing'
French Scotland, 1550-59
The Scottish Revolution, 1558-61
An unexpected war
An unexpected peace
A tragedy of errors: Mary and the Scots, 1561-73
Playing the queen, 1561-67
King's men and queen's men, 1567-73
Gaping Gulfs: Elizabethan England and the Politics of Fear
Marriage and the succession: the long crisis
From elective monarchy to monarchical republic
The marriage problem
`By halves and by petty invasions': war and rumours of war
Catholicism, `popery' and the enemy within
Reforming the World of the Parish
Protestant Scotland: from kirk session to presbytery
A disciplined Church
Bishops and presbyteries
Puritans and conformists in England
The long struggle against the Settlement
The resurgence of conformity
Building Puritanism in the parishes
Popular religion in Elizabethan England: a group portrait
Reformation and Empire
Securing peripheries, 1485-1560
The end of independent lordships: Ireland and Wales, 1485-1534
The Henrician settlements
Reformation in the uplands
The Celtic Reformations 1560-1603: success and failure
Wales and the Scottish Highlands: the path to Protestantism
Ireland in the balance
Ireland, England and Essex: the crisis of the 1590s
Epilogue: Electing a Monarch, 1603
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