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The Reformation as Christianization : essays on Scott Hendrix's Christianization thesis, edited by Anna Marie Johnson and John A. Maxfield

Label
The Reformation as Christianization : essays on Scott Hendrix's Christianization thesis
Title
The Reformation as Christianization
Title remainder
essays on Scott Hendrix's Christianization thesis
Statement of responsibility
edited by Anna Marie Johnson and John A. Maxfield
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
OHX
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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1963-
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  • Johnson, Anna Marie
  • Maxfield, John A.
Series statement
  • Spätmittelalter, Humanismus, Reformation
  • Studies in the late middle ages, humanism and the reformation
Series volume
  • 66 =
  • 66,
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  • Hendrix, Scott H
  • Reformation
Label
The Reformation as Christianization : essays on Scott Hendrix's Christianization thesis, edited by Anna Marie Johnson and John A. Maxfield
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Festschrift
Bibliography note
  • "Bibliography of the writings of Scott H. Hendrix": p. [409]-417
  • Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Three phases of "Christianization" (?) among Reformation radicals
  • James Stayer
  • Clergymen, princes, and Luther's agenda
  • John A. Maxfield
  • Luther and beneficia
  • Risto Saarinen -- Recultivating natural philosophy: Luther, the Magi, and the "fools of natural knowledge"
  • Russell Kleckley
  • Martin Luther through the eyes of Katharina Schütz Zell
  • Elsie Anne McKee
  • Jacob's branches and Laban's flocks: Christianizing the maternal imagination
  • The "Reformation" as a response to the changing world of the sixteenth century: reflections on Scott Hendrix's Recultivation the vineyard
  • Merry Wiesner-Hanks
  • The tenderness of daughters, the waywardness of sons: Martin Luther as a father
  • Susan C. Karant-Nunn
  • Christianizing church, state, and household: the sermons of Aegidius Hunnius )1550-1603) on the household table of duties
  • Austra Reinis
  • Reform, Reformation, confession: the development of new forms of religious meaning from the manifold tensions of the Middle Ages
  • Berndt Hamm
  • Recultivation of the vineyard in sixteenth-century Lutheran exegesis and preaching
  • Robert Kolb
  • Christianization through consolation: Urbanus Rhegius's Soul-medicine for the healthy and the sick in these dangerous times (1529)
  • Robert Bireley
  • Ronald K. Rittgers
  • Polarities in conflict: the late medieval roots of the disputes between the reformers and their opponents
  • Volker Leppin
  • "According to the oldest authorities": the use of the church fathers in the early eucharistic controversy
  • Amy Nelson Burnett
  • Pruning the vines, plowing up the vineyard: the sixteenth-century culture of controversy between disputation and polemic
  • Irene Dingel
  • From conciliar to curial reform in the Late Middle Ages
  • Gerald Christianson
  • "Christianization" and Luther on the early profit economy
  • Carter Lindberg
  • Philip Melanchthon on "Christianity"
  • Timothy J. Wengert
Control code
000377810
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
xii, 430 p.
Isbn
9783161517235
Isbn Type
(hd. bd.)
System control number
  • (Sirsi) 000377810
  • (OCoLC)793573709
Label
The Reformation as Christianization : essays on Scott Hendrix's Christianization thesis, edited by Anna Marie Johnson and John A. Maxfield
Publication
Note
Festschrift
Bibliography note
  • "Bibliography of the writings of Scott H. Hendrix": p. [409]-417
  • Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Three phases of "Christianization" (?) among Reformation radicals
  • James Stayer
  • Clergymen, princes, and Luther's agenda
  • John A. Maxfield
  • Luther and beneficia
  • Risto Saarinen -- Recultivating natural philosophy: Luther, the Magi, and the "fools of natural knowledge"
  • Russell Kleckley
  • Martin Luther through the eyes of Katharina Schütz Zell
  • Elsie Anne McKee
  • Jacob's branches and Laban's flocks: Christianizing the maternal imagination
  • The "Reformation" as a response to the changing world of the sixteenth century: reflections on Scott Hendrix's Recultivation the vineyard
  • Merry Wiesner-Hanks
  • The tenderness of daughters, the waywardness of sons: Martin Luther as a father
  • Susan C. Karant-Nunn
  • Christianizing church, state, and household: the sermons of Aegidius Hunnius )1550-1603) on the household table of duties
  • Austra Reinis
  • Reform, Reformation, confession: the development of new forms of religious meaning from the manifold tensions of the Middle Ages
  • Berndt Hamm
  • Recultivation of the vineyard in sixteenth-century Lutheran exegesis and preaching
  • Robert Kolb
  • Christianization through consolation: Urbanus Rhegius's Soul-medicine for the healthy and the sick in these dangerous times (1529)
  • Robert Bireley
  • Ronald K. Rittgers
  • Polarities in conflict: the late medieval roots of the disputes between the reformers and their opponents
  • Volker Leppin
  • "According to the oldest authorities": the use of the church fathers in the early eucharistic controversy
  • Amy Nelson Burnett
  • Pruning the vines, plowing up the vineyard: the sixteenth-century culture of controversy between disputation and polemic
  • Irene Dingel
  • From conciliar to curial reform in the Late Middle Ages
  • Gerald Christianson
  • "Christianization" and Luther on the early profit economy
  • Carter Lindberg
  • Philip Melanchthon on "Christianity"
  • Timothy J. Wengert
Control code
000377810
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
xii, 430 p.
Isbn
9783161517235
Isbn Type
(hd. bd.)
System control number
  • (Sirsi) 000377810
  • (OCoLC)793573709

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