By Alister E. McGrath
The sixteenth-century Reformation continues to be a desirable and interesting sector of analysis. The revised variation of this unusual quantity explores the highbrow origins of the Reformation and examines the significance of principles within the shaping of background.
- Provides an up-to-date and multiplied model of the unique, highly-acclaimed edition.
- Explores the advanced highbrow roots of the Reformation, delivering a sustained engagement with the guidelines of humanism and scholasticism.
- Demonstrates how the highbrow origins of the Reformation have been heterogeneous, and examines the results of this for our realizing of the Reformation as a whole.
- Offers a defence of the whole company of highbrow historical past, and a reaffirmation of the significance of principles to the improvement of history.
- Written by way of Alister E. McGrath, one in every of today’s best-known Christian writers.
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Although printing was a German invention, many of the more important late ﬁfteenth-century presses were situated in northern Italy. 34 40 The Intellectual Context Characteristic Features of Northern European Humanism In dealing with the question of the intellectual origins of the European Reformation, we are primarily concerned with the characteristic ideals, methods, and presuppositions of northern European humanism. Broadly speaking, three quite distinct, although related, such characteristics may be identiﬁed.
The Shape of Late Medieval Religious Thought 17 VI failed to press for the convening of diocesan and provincial synods in northern Europe during the years when the possibility of suppressing the new movements was greatest (1522–3). The factors leading to the erosion of such centralized power as had previously existed at this crucial period in history are not fully understood; however, the consequences of this erosion of power are all too obvious, in that the new reforming movements were allowed to develop with minimal hindrance.
The polemical intentions of the thesis of the “Forerunner,” as stated in its original form, make it unsuitable for the purposes of this study. It will, however, be clear that this does not call into question, still less invalidate, the basic notion of a degree of fundamental theological continuity between the Reformation and the late medieval period: it simply means that this thesis cannot be investigated on the basis of such questionable sixteenth-century presuppositions. In particular, it is no longer possible to overlook the enormously signiﬁcant question of the intellectual origins of the Reformed church, which was generally overlooked on account of the polemical intentions of both the critics and defenders of early Lutheranism.
The Intellectual Origins of the European Reformation by Alister E. McGrath