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Thu Feb 12 22:08:18 2015 UTClccn-n970710920.00Wie us de Schnaawel gewaaß äess : Sitten und Bräuche und bäuerliche Arbeiten; Herbst und Winter /0.581.00Honor your fathers: The emergence of a patriarchal ideology in early modern Germany32155014n 970710924386257Bast, RobertBast, Robert J.Bast, Robert J. (Robert James)lccn-n83058719Hamm, Berndtautdteviaf-227792730Oberman, Heiko Augustinushnrlccn-n94107741Gow, Andrew Colinedtlccn-n79041716Catholic Churchviaf-289086401Heron, Helen(Helen S.)lccn-no2007088509Ebrary, Incviaf-166923320Spelz, Hans-Peterlccn-n79147947Reformed Church in Americalccn-n94052932Treib, Wernerlccn-n85057916Klaaren, Eugene M.Bast, Robert JamesHistoryChurch historyCatechismsCriticism, interpretation, etcChurch history--Middle AgesReformationChristian life--Middle AgesTheology, Doctrinal--Middle AgesGermanyPatriarchyReformed ChurchPatriarchy--Religious aspects--ChristianityLutheran ChurchCatechisms, GermanPaternalismPolitical scienceClergyReformed Church in America19591985199319972000200320042005200917651139270.5BR305.3ocn037331623ocn845491918ocn782287782ocn468049667ocn505759726ocn797720196ocn465168435ocn074707224ocn717675996ocn644641077ocn470165966ocn468524996ocn799456976117210ocn070750807file20030.50Hamm, BerndtThe reformation of faith in the context of late medieval theology and piety essays by Berndt HammHistoryAnnotation+-+964686955428810ocn037331623book19970.77Bast, Robert JamesHonor your fathers : catechisms and the emergence of a patriarchal ideology in Germany, 1400-1600HistoryChurch historyCriticism, interpretation, etcCatechisms+-+91035695542656ocn044172916book20000.77Continuity and change : the harvest of late medieval and Reformation history : essays presented to Heiko A. Oberman on his 70th birthday+-+3881669554274ocn845609488book20030.37Hamm, BerndtThe reformation of faith in the context of late medieval theology and piety : essaysHistoryThis work comprises the first major collection of articles in English translation by University of Erlangen Professor Dr. Berndt Hamm, one of the most important scholars of the intellectual history of late-medieval and Reformation Germany+-+964686955453ocn644641077book19930.74Bast, Robert JamesHonor your fathers : the emergence of a patriarchal ideology in early modern GermanyChurch historyAlready in the thirteenth century, clerics were showing new interest in defining standards of conduct for the laity through the Ten Commandments. A narrow reading of the fourth commandment--Honor your Father and your Mother--came to serve as the rubric under which reformers in each subsequent age and all major confessions worked to shore up the authority of male leadership in the household, the Church, and the body politic. Priests and preachers promoted this program as an antidote to the turmoil caused by the plagues, war, rebellions and movements of reform that mark the end of feudal Europe. Though the program left its traces on each institution it was intended to shape, in the latter half of the sixteenth century it scored its most spectacular success: Protestant and Catholic rulers made the model of the disciplining father their own31ocn074707224book19850.47Bast, Robert JamesDie Praevalenz des Eisenmangels bei jungen deutschen Frauen11ocn880151632file19931.00Bast, Robert JamesHonor your fathers: The emergence of a patriarchal ideology in early modern GermanyHow did the domestic, ecclesiological and political treatises of the early modern era come to be dominated by the language of paternal authority? Hitherto scholars have attributed this phenomenon to Protestantism, characterized by married clerics dependent on the protection of governing powers. That view is challenged by a broad survey of catechetical literature, sermons, and government ordinances in Germany from the fourteenth through sixteenth centuries. Already in the thirteenth century, clerics were showing new interest in defining standards of conduct for the laity through the Ten Commandments. A narrow reading of the fourth commandment--Honor your Father and your Mother--came to serve as the rubric under which reformers in each subsequent age and all major confessions worked to shore up the authority of male leadership in the household, the Church, and the body politic. Priests and preachers promoted this program as an antidote to the turmoil caused by the plagues, war, rebellions and movements of reform that mark the end of feudal Europe. Though the program left its traces on each institution it was intended to shape, in the latter half of the sixteenth century it scored its most spectacular success: Protestant and Catholic rulers made the model of the disciplining father their own11ocn814454311com2004Reformation of Faith in the Context of Late Medieval Theology and Piety: Essay by Berndt Hamm. Studies in the History of Christian Thought, Volume CX11ocn699204474book2009Bast, Robert JamesWie us de Schnaawel gewaaß äess : Sitten und Bräuche und bäuerliche Arbeiten; Herbst und Winter11ocn030451916mix0.47Klaaren, Eugene MThe collection contains Klaaren's reply to Rev. Robert Bast's negative evaluation of the Covenant Life Curriculum which was produced by the Presbyterian Church in the United States and the Reformed Church in America11ocn638198669art20050.47Bast, Robert JamesConstructing Protestant identity : the pastor as prophet in Reformation Zurich+-+9646869554+-+9646869554Fri Feb 13 11:11:39 EST 2015batch9329