By Professor of Systematic Theology Emeritus Robert Kolb
Literature on confessionalization has opened new vistas for contemplating early-modern Christianity and its position in Western social-political contexts, however the ecclesiastical cultures of the interval want extra learn and research to refine our concentrate on how Christians lived of their personal groups and regarding society at huge. This volume's essays examine 8 components of Lutheran existence (its starting place in sixteenth-century processing of Luther's legacy, collage instructing, preaching, catechesis, devotional literature, well known piety, church and society, church and secular executive) and geographical components (Nordic and Baltic lands, the dominion of Hungary) to orient readers to present scholarly dialogue and recommend extra avenues for exploration and evaluation.Each bargains views on Lutherans' makes an attempt to perform their religion on the earth. The individuals are: Kenneth Appold, Gerhard Bode, Susan Boettcher, Christopher Boyd Brown, Robert Christman, David Daniel, Irene Dingel, Robert von Friedeburg, Mary Jane Haemig, and Eric Lund.
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Fol. C2b. See Oliver K. Olson, Matthias Flacius and the Survival of Luther’s Reform (Wiesbaden, 2002), pp. 68–210; Hans-Christoph von Hase, Die Gestalt der Kirche Luthers. Der casus confessionis im Kampf des Matthias Flacius gegen das Interim von 1548 (Göttingen, 1940). 10 Irene Dingel, “Philip Melanchthon and the Establishment of Confessional Norms,” LQ 20 (2006), 146–69. the culture of conflict 25 16 August 1485, the “Ernestine” electorate and the “Albertine” dukedom had been rivals; the events of 1546–1547 intensified this rivalry.
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Lutheran Ecclesiastical Culture, 1550-1675 by Professor of Systematic Theology Emeritus Robert Kolb