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The Protestant Reformation.

Author: Henri Daniel-Rops
Publisher: Garden City, N.Y., Doubleday [1963, ©1961]
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Henri Daniel-Rops
OCLC Number: 3979143
Notes: "Doubleday image books, D159A and D159B."
Description: 2 volumes.
Contents: V. 1 I. A crisis of authority: the schism and the councils --
The glorious return --
The last Avignonese popes --
The mission of St. Catherine of Siena --
Appearances of might and prestige --
The burden of the world --
The great schism in the west --
Council against pope: the attempt of Constance --
An eventful pontificate: Eugenius IV (1431-1447) --
Non Placet Spiritui Sancto --
II. A crisis of unity: Christendom disintegrates and loses the east --
While one world dies, another struggles for birth --
A century of chaos --
The nostalgia of Christendom --
The vocation of Joan of Arc --
The Turkish tidal wave attacks Christendom --
Final efforts for unity --
The fall of Byzantium --
The final tremors --
Russia emerges as Byzantium's heir --
A year of destiny: 1453 --
III. A crisis in the soul: Christian foundations begin to totter --
The real crisis is in man himself --
A faith that was still very much alive --
A religion lacking all sense of balance --
'Life's bitter taste' --
A serious decline in clerical standards --
Will the church reform herself? --
St. Colette --
Mystical theology comes into its own, but divorces itself from the world --
Intellectual breaches --
The first 'protestant' heresies: Wyclif --
John Huss --
Art's 'Coat of many colours' --
Facing the future --
IV. The renaissance popes --
The renaissance --
A decisive pontificate: Nicholas V (1447-1455) --
The glorious sunrise breaks over Italy --
From the 'humanities' to 'humanism' --
Three popes, humanism and the Turks --
The era of Machiavelli --
The downward slope: Sixtus IV and Innocent VIII --
The temptation of the flesh: Alexander VI, Borgia --
The cry of righteous indignation: Savonarola --
The Spanish bastion: the conquest of Granada --
The temptation of politics: Julius II --
The temptation of art: Leo X --
Rome, capital of the arts --
The reverse side of the splendor --
Forces that still remained intact, and the anguish of reform. V. 2 V. The tragedy of Martin Luther --
The affair of the indulgences --
A brilliant young monk --
The drama of a soul --
Germany in the time of Luther --
Luther versus Rome --
Worms, the Wartburg and the Bible --
Opportunities and dangers of revolution --
The peasant's war and the alliance with the Princes --
The 'protestants' --
Marriage and maturity --
Lutheranism: the confession of Augsburg --
Luther versus the humanism of Erasmus --
Some reformers outside Luther's influence: Zwingli, Bucer, Oecolampadius --
Melanchthon at work --
Lutheranism becomes a political force --
New difficulties and new tragedies --
The death of a prophet --
VI. The success of John Calvin --
Will Protestantism conquer the whole of France? --
An evangelical humanism: Lefèvre d'Etaples and the Meaux group --
The first French reformation --
The era of equivocation --
John Calvin at the age of twenty-five --
Basle and the Latin version of the Christian Institution --
In the Geneva of the 'Huguenots' --
Strasbourg, Bucer and the French version of the Christian Institution --
The author of the Christian Institution --
Calvinism --
'Marvelous battles' --
Michael Servetus at the stake --
The triumph of ;God's steward' --
Calvin and France --
The death and flame of John Calvin --
VII. From religious revolt to political Protestantism --
Mystique and politics --
The Lutheran wave gains ground in the east and the north --
The tide encounters obstacles in the west and south --
England on the eve of the reformation --
Henry VIII's divorce and the Anglican schism --
Catholic resistance: the martyrdom of St. John Fisher and St. Thomas More --
The church of England under Royal Control --
One happy exception: Anabaptism becomes a pacific religion --
Calvinism takes over from Lutheranism --
The tragedy in France begins to take shape --
Edward VI's England turns to Calvinism --
Calvinism mounts its attack --
In the east the Greek and Russian churches reject Protestantism absolutely --
The decisive years: Charles V's failure in Germany --
The decisive years: French Protestantism becomes a political party --
The decisive years: in England Mary Tudor makes Catholicism hated --
On the brink of atrocious carnage.
Responsibility: Translated from the French by Audrey Butler.

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