Includes bibliographical references (p. ) and index.
|Statement||by Robert J. Christman|
|Series||Studies in medieval and Reformation traditions -- v. 157|
|LC Classifications||BT720 .C47 2012|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2011034532|
Get this from a library! Doctrinal controversy and lay religiosity in late Reformation Germany: the case of Mansfeld. [Robert J Christman] -- Using evidence generated by the Flacian controversy over original sin as it transpired in the German territory of Mansfeld, this study demonstrates that by the late sixteenth century, much of the. Title [Compte rendu de:] Doctrinal Controversy and Lay Religiosity in Late Reformation Germany. The Case of Mansfeld: Author. Yet lay religious life was flourishing on the eve of the Reformation: men and women joined confraternities, went on pilgrimage to saints’ shrines and donated money and artworks to their parish churches. Whatever provoked their turn away from the traditional Church, it was not a lack of religiosity. Germany - Germany - The Reformation: The Reformation presents the historian with an acute instance of the general problem of scholarly interpretation—namely, whether events are shaped primarily by individuals or by the net of historical circumstances enmeshing them. The phenomenon that became the Protestant Reformation is unthinkable without the sense of mission and compelling personality of.
The reformation of suffering: pastoral theology and lay piety in late medieval and early modern Germany Rittgers, Ronald K Protestant reformers sought to effect a radical change in the way their contemporaries understood and coped with the suffering of body and soul that were so prominent in the early modern period. Compte rendu de «Robert J. Christman, Doctrinal Controversy and Lay Religiosity in Late Reformation Germany. The Case of Mansfeld (Studies in Medieval and Reformation Traditions, ). Leiden, Brill, ». His publications include Doctrinal Controversy and Lay Religiosity in Late Reformation Germany: The Case of Mansfeld () and numerous articles. His research focuses on the Reformation in the German speaking lands and in the Low Countries. The final section of the book consists of three iconoclastic essays, which, together, form a sustained assault on the argument first advanced by Max Weber that the Reformation created a rational, modern religion. Scribner shows that, far from being rationalist and anti-magical, Protestants had their own brand of magic.
Lutheran Reformation down to , when it received legal recognition; the Reformation in countries beyond Germany which did not submit to the guidance of Luther; the issue of certain portions of the religious life of the Middle Ages in. The Reformation (alternatively named the Protestant Reformation or the European Reformation) was a major movement within Western Christianity in 16th-century Europe that posed a religious and political challenge to the Catholic Church and in particular to papal authority, arising from what was perceived to be errors, abuses, and discrepancies by the Catholic Church. Lecture 7 - Late Medieval Religion and Its Critics Overview. In this lecture Professor Wrightson surveys the religious landscape of England during the later medieval period through to the reign of Henry VIII and the beginnings of the reformation. Popular Culture and Popular Movements in Reformation Germany. London ; Ronceverte, WV, U.S.A.: Hambledon Press, 3/2 Reformation in the Cities: Zwingli and other Reformers Miriam Usher Chrisman. Lay Culture, Learned Culture: Books and Social Change in Strasbourg, New Haven: Yale University Press,