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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Impact of the church upon its culture.
Chicago, University of Chicago Press 
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Jerald C Brauer; Quirinus Breen; University of Chicago. Divinity School.
|Notes:||Most of the papers were presented at the Alumni Conference of the Field of History of Christianity, Oct. 6-8, 1966, celebrating the 75th anniversary of the University of Chicago and the 100th anniversary of its Divinity School.|
|Description:||x, 396 p. 24 cm.|
|Contents:||The prefix auto- in early Christian theology / Robert M. Grant --
Before and after Constantine / Massey H. Shepherd, Jr. --
Insignissima religio, certe licita? Christianity and Judaism in the fourth and fifth centuries / Robert L. Wilken --
The Russian church and the rise of Moscow / Matthew Spinka --
The reforming critiques of Robert Grosseteste, Roger Bacon, and Ramon Lull and their related impact upon medieval society: historical studies in the critical temper and the practice of tradition / Ray C. Petry --
A conciliar suggestion / Richard Luman --
Humanism and the reformation / Quirinus Breen --
The religious initiative in reformation history / John T. McNeill --
Anabaptism and the social order / Cornelius J. Dyck --
The reformation and the rise of modern science / B.A. Gerrish --
Oliver Cromwell and the quest for religious toleration / George A. Drake --
Piety and invention: a study of the dynamic roots to intellectual creativity in Schleirmacher --
Josef Miloslav Hurban: a study in historicism / Jarslav Pelikan --
"Ich bin kein reformator," aber... / G. Wayne Glick.
|Series Title:||Essays in divinity, v. 2.|
|Responsibility:||by Quirinus Breen [and others] Edited by Jerald C. Brauer.|