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The Reformation : towards a new history

Author: Lee Palmer Wandel
Publisher: Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2011.
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"This book brings together two histories, of the Encounter between Europe and the western hemisphere that began in 1492 and the fragmentation of European Christendom in the sixteenth century, to recast the story of the Reformation. It restores to the polemics - 'idolatry', 'true Christian', 'barbarian' - their deeply divisive force, even as it helps us to see past those polemics to divergent understandings of  Read more...
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Lee Palmer Wandel
ISBN: 9780521889490 0521889499 9780521717977 0521717973
OCLC Number: 716070506
Description: ix, 281 pages : illustrations, maps ; 23 cm
Contents: Introduction --
Part I. Beginnings: 1. Christianity in 1500; 2. 'The New World'; 3. 'The word' --
Part II. Fragmentation: 4. The word of God and the ordering of the world; 5. The ties that bind; 6. Boundaries --
Part III. Religion Reconceived: 7. Christians; 8. Things and places; 9. Incarnation; Conclusion.
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Lee Palmer Wandel interweaves narratives of the Reformation and the encounter between Europe and the Western hemisphere.  Read more...

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"Recommended." -Choice "...Wandel's work offers a perceptive analysis of the effects and consequences of the Reformation's breakup of western European Christendom." -Karin Maag, H-HRE

 
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