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Historical method and confessional identity in the era of the Reformation, 1378-1615

Author: Irena Dorota Backus
Publisher: Leiden ; Boston : Brill, 2003.
Series: Studies in medieval and Reformation thought, v. 94.
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This work substantially revises existing preconceptions about Reformation attitudes to the Early Church and to History in general. On the basis of much hitherto unstudied material the author shows  Read more...

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Irena Dorota Backus
ISBN: 9004129286 9789004129283
OCLC Number: 51264934
Description: x, 416 p. ; 25 cm.
Contents: Limits of the Augustinian paradigm: use of Augustine in treatises on the church, 1378-1580. --
Balance between pagan and Christian tradition in the thought of Calvin and Castellio. --
Patristic editions, controversy and apologetics. --
How to read which ancient writers? 16th and 17th century guides to the writings of the early church. --
Lutheran and Roman Catholic uses of New Testament Apocrypha as historical documents. --
Protestant and Catholic histories of the early church.
Series Title: Studies in medieval and Reformation thought, v. 94.
Responsibility: by Irena Backus.
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'Irena Backus has firmly established herself as an authority on the reception of the Church Fathers, during the Reformation era. Here she extends her scope to examine historical scholarship in a more Read more...

 
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