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Marriage and divorce in the thought of Martin Bucer

Author: H J Selderhuis
Publisher: Kirksville, Mo. : Thomas Jefferson University Press at Truman State University, ©1999.
Series: Sixteenth century essays & studies, v. 48.
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Named Person: Martin Bucer; Martin Bucer; Martin Bucer; Martin Bucer
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: H J Selderhuis
ISBN: 094354968X 9780943549682 0943549671 9780943549675 0940474565 9780940474567
OCLC Number: 38885478
Description: 406 p. ; 24 cm.
Contents: Part 1: Background --
1. The theory and practice of marriage on the eve of the Reformation --
Marriage in canon law --
Grounds that invalidate a marriage (diriment impediments) --
Grounds that prohibit marriage (prohibitive impediments) --
Divorce --
The practice of marriage --
2. The Reformation and marriage: Mapping out new ways --
The overall situation --
Erasmus --
Heinrich Bullinger Part 2: Biography --
3. A concise biography of Martin Bucer --
Youth and education (1491-1521) --
Wanderings and marriage (1521-1523) --
A reformer in Strasbourg (1523-1529) --
Organizer of the Church of Strasbourg (1523-1529) --
Organizer of the Church of Strasbourg (1529-1539) --
Contender for unity of the church (1529-1548) --
Reformer outside of Strasbourg (1531-1543) --
Conflict and departure (1538-1549) --
Life and death in England (1549-1551) --
4. Bucer and the practice of marriage --
Bucer's own marriages --
Bucer and the marriages of others 5. Marriage --
Marriage as instituted by God --
The path to marriage --
6. Divorce --
Divorce and the indissolubility of marriage --
Grounds for divorce --
Consequences of divorce --
7. Celibacy --
Bucer on celibacy --
Exegesis of 1 Corinthians 7 --
Prohibition of second marriages --
The problem of vows --
Polemic against Gardiner --
Conclusion --
Part 4: Conclusion --
8. Evaluation and reception --
Reactions to Bucer's ideas --
Impact of Bucer's ideas.
Series Title: Sixteenth century essays & studies, v. 48.
Other Titles: Huwelijk en echtscheiding bij Martin Bucer.
Responsibility: H.J. Selderhuis ; translated by John Vriend and Lyle D. Bierma.

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