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Luther and the German Reformation 1517-55

Author: Russel Tarr; Keith Randell
Publisher: Abingdon : Hodder Education, 2008.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Russel Tarr; Keith Randell
ISBN: 9780340965917 0340965916
OCLC Number: 1056621994
Description: VI, 162 p. ill. 25 cm
Contents: Dedication Chapter 1 - Background to the Reformation 1- Introduction: Background to the Reformation 2- The Main Disagreements between Lutherians and Catholics 3- The Common Ground of Intolerance between Protestants and Catholics Chapter 2 - Luther's Revolt 1- Introduction- The Dangers of Bias 2- Towards Sola Fide: Luther's Ideas up to 1517 3- Luther's Reasons for Opposing the Church: The Indulgences Controversy 4- The Spread of the Ninety-five Theses 5- Attempts to Silence Luther, 1517-21 6- Towards Sola Scriptura: Luther's Ideas 1517-21 Study Guide Chapter 3 - Causes of the Reformation 1- Religious Factors: Heresy - Opposition to Church Doctrine 2- Social and Economic Factors: Anticlericalism and Opposition to Church Practices 3- Political factors: Developments in Europe and Germany 4- Cultural Factors: Erasmus and Humanism Study Guide Chapter 4 - Social, Cultural and Political Impact 1- Clarifying and Spreading the Message 2- Impact on Politics and Society Study Guide Chapter 5 - Zwingli 1- Background to Zwingli's Reformation 2- The Reformation in Zurich 3- Attempts to Spread the Zurich Reformation 4- Zwingli and Luther: Agreements and Disagreements 5- Reasons Why Zwingli is Less Historically Significant than Luther Study Guide Chapter 6 - The Radical Reformation 1- Reasons for the Persecution of the Radicals 2- Switzerland: Zwingli and the Swiss Brethren 3- Germany: Luther and Thomas Muntzer 4- Reasons Why the Radicals were Crushed so Effectively 5- Legacy of the Radical Reformation Study Guide Chapter 7 - The Politics of Lutheranism 1- The Spread of Lutheranism across Germany, 1522-30 2- Explanations for the Spread of Lutheranism, 1522-30 3- Compromise Fails, 1522-30 4- Protestanism on the Offensive, 1531-40 5- Catholicism on the Offensive, 1541-47 6- Compromise Succeeds, 1548-55 Study Guide Glossary Index
Responsibility: Russell Tarr [and Keith Randell].


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