By S.K. Barker
Antoine de Chandieu (1534-1591) used to be a key determine within the institution and improvement of the French Protestant Church. Of all its indigenous leaders, he was once possibly closest to Calvin, and took a number one position in all of the significant debates approximately resistance, church order and doctrine of the Church. He used to be additionally a prodigious author of political, non secular and poetical works, whose output corresponds to a interval of significant turmoil within the growth of the French Church. Chandieu was once uniquely positioned no longer simply to have interaction and give a contribution to the good debates of the day, but additionally to checklist ongoing occasions. by way of illuminating his profession, which meshed virtually precisely with the "French Wars of Religion", this ebook not just demonstrates the main function Chandieu's performed within the improvement of French Protestantism, but in addition highlights the very important function of literature in shaping the non secular event of the wars. delivering the 1st systematic review of Chandieu's vernacular works, this learn questions the various assumptions made approximately his motivations and goals, and the way those built over a thirty 12 months interval. His writings have been contemporaneous with development within the worlds of politics, theology and poetry, worlds within which he performed a striking, if now not well-documented, position. As a corpus, those works exhibit the improvement of 1 man's knowing of his ideology over a life-time actively spent within the pursuit of constructing that ideology a truth. Chandieu the younger political hothead grew to become Chandieu the defender of Calvinist theology, who in flip matured into Chandieu the elder statesman. The curiosity lies in the place those adjustments happened, how they have been mirrored in Chandieu's writing, and what they reveal approximately being Calvinist, and a consultant of one's religion, in a time of ailment. As such, this booklet presents not just a reappraisal of the guy and his guides, yet provides an interesting standpoint at the improvement of French Protestantism in this turbulent time.
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43 Yet his tarnished reputation meant that he would not be invited to join the representatives of the Reformed religion at the Colloquy of Poissy in 1561, where Beza led the Protestant delegation. Rather, from this point, Chandieu would restrict his political contact to counselling Calvinist nobles in the capacity of a religious adviser, albeit with an eye to the effect of their political decisions on the Protestant cause. Branded a rebel in the eyes of fellow Frenchmen, he was dragged into a legal case in Geneva that hinged upon the precise details of his visit the previous autumn.
The Reformation World, (London, 2000), pp. 387–409; pp. 391–2. 61 Theological differences were far too entrenched for compromise to be a serious option. In fact, the colloquy had a detrimental effect on inter-confessional relations. Catholics became suspicious of Catherine’s intentions, and were concerned she might be too lenient to heretics. Their fears were not alleviated by Protestants taking advantage of this climate of open discourse to push for greater concessions. 63 Synods were made legal on the condition that they were conducted under royal authority.
Paris, 2001), pp. 171–2. , 1997), pp. 49–55. 50 An attempt was made to take Lyon for the Protestants in September 1560 by a former Amboise conspirator, Edme de Maligny. When a letter was intercepted from the vidame de Chartres to Condé promising troops as long as they were not to be used against the king, Bourbon was ordered to bring his brother to court. There, Condé was arrested and tried for treason, and was only saved from execution by the death of François II in December 1560 from an ear infection.
Protestantism, Poetry and Protest (St. Andrew's Studies in Reformation History) by S.K. Barker