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Companion to Jan Hus.

Author: Ota Pavlicek
Publisher: Brill, 2015.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"A Companion to Jan Hus includes eleven substantial essays covering the central aspects of the life, thought and commemoration of Jan Hus (+ 1415), Czech theologian, reformer and martyr. Besides older experienced specialists in the Hussite studies, also younger researchers who enter the scientific discourse with new approaches participated in the volume. Experts and students alike will profit from this guide to Jan  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Named Person: Jan Hus; Jan Hus
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Ota Pavlicek
ISBN: 1336207337 9781336207332
OCLC Number: 905691607
Description: 1 online resource
Contents: Introduction: a companion to Jan Hus / František Šmahel --
The chronology of the life and work of Jan Hus / Ota Pavlíček --
The spiritual background of the Czech Reformation : precursors of Jan Hus / Vilém Herold --
Jan Hus as a preacher / Pavel Soukup --
The Sentences commentary of Jan Hus / Stephen E. Lahey --
The vernacular theology of Jan Hus / Pavlína Rychterová --
The national idea, secular power and social issues in the political theology of Jan Hus / František Šmahel --
Hus's trial in Constance: disputatio aut inquisitio / Sebastián Provvidente --
The second life of Jan Hus: liturgy, commemoration and music / David Holeton & Hana Vlhová-Wörner --
Iconography of Jan Hus / Milena Bartlová --
The interpretation of Jan Hus from the beginning through the Enlightenment / Zdeněk V. David --
Instead of conclusion: Jan Hus as writer and author / František Šmahel.

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"A Companion to Jan Hus includes eleven substantial essays covering the central aspects of the life, thought and commemoration of Jan Hus (+ 1415), Czech theologian, reformer and martyr. Besides older experienced specialists in the Hussite studies, also younger researchers who enter the scientific discourse with new approaches participated in the volume. Experts and students alike will profit from this guide to Jan Hus, who was well known as follower of John Wyclif and forerunner of Martin Luther. Burning of Jan Hus at the stake at the Council of Constance gave rise in Bohemia to religious and social revolt that ushered the European reformations of the 16th century." --

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