Reform and Conflict: From the Medieval World to the Wars of Religion, AD 1350-1648, Volume Fo
This volume covers a period of major change that had a lasting impact on art, science, economics, political thought, and education. Rudolph W. Heinze examines the various positions taken by medieval church reformers, explores the efforts of the leading reformer Martin Luther, and emphasises how the reformations brought moral and doctrinal changes to Christianity, permanently altering the religious landscape, then and now.
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Martin Luther and the Origin of the Lutheran Reformation
The Consolidation and Spread of the Lutheran Reformation
Zurich Basel and Strasbourg
The Catholic Reformation
Women and the Reformation
NonWestern Churches and Missionary Enterprises
Theological Conflict Confessions and Confessionalization
A Century of Military Conflict
The Impact of the Reformation
Suggestions for Further Reading
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