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Renaissance and Reformation

Author: William Roscoe Estep
Publisher: Grand Rapids, Mich. : W.B. Eerdmans Pub. Co., ©1986.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: William Roscoe Estep
ISBN: 0802800505 9780802800503
OCLC Number: 12810027
Description: xii, 331 pages : illustrations, maps, portraits ; 25 cm
Contents: Chapter I.A medieval montage --
Feudal Europe --
The medieval church --
Monasticism --
The pilgrimage movement --
The Crusades --
The Council of Clermont --
The First Crusade --
The last of the Crusade --
The results of the Crusades --
The Cathedral --
The medieval university --
The medieval papacy --
A decadent papacy --
Leo IX and papal achievement s --
The Babylonian captivity (1305-1376) --
The papal schism (1378-1417) --
Heresy and dissent --
Chapter II. The Italian Renaissance --
The parameters (1300-1517) --
The nature of the Renaissance --
The political and social milieu --
"The first modern man" --
Dante Alighieri (1265-1321) --
Florence, the Athens on the Amo --
Francesco Petrarch (1304-1374) --
Giovanni Boccaccio (1313-1375) --
A return to Greek --
A return to the vernacular --
The church and the Renaissance --
The popes and the Renaissance --
Nicholas V (1447-1455) --
Pius II (1458-1464) --
Sixtus IV (1471-1484) --
Alexander VI (1492-1503) --
Julius II (1503-1513) --
Leo X (1513-1521) --
Shaking the foundations --
Lorenzo Valla (1407-1457) --
Nicholas Cusanus (1401-1464) --
Winds of change --
Chapter III Renaissance art and artists --
Painting --
Giotto (1266-13336) --
Masaccio (1401-1428) --
Leonardo da Vinci (1452-1519) --
Raphael Sanzio (1483-1520) --
Sculputre --
Verrocchio (1435-1488) --
Michelangelo Buonarroti (1475-1564) --
Architecture --
Filippo Bruneslleschi (1377-1446) --
Leon Battista Alberti (1404-1472) --
Donato Bramante (1444-1514) --
Music --
In retrospect --
Chapter IV The Northern Renaissance --
The brethren of the common life --
Alexander Hegius (1433-1498) --
Two men from Groningen --
Humanism in Germany --
Jacob Wimpfeling (1450-1528) --
Conrad Celtis (1459-1508) --
Johannes Reuchlin (1455-1522) --
Reuchlin's supporters --
Chapter V Attempts at reform: Wycliffe and Huss --
John Wycliffe (ca. 1328-1384) --
Theological roots --
In the service of the king --
Major theological concepts --
Lordship --
The Bible --
The church --
The Eucharist --
Of priests and popes --
The Lollards --
John Huss and John Wycliffe --
John Huss and the early reform movement --
A university divided --
Huss suppressed --
Huss-a Wycliffite? --
The Council of Constance (1414-1418) --
The tragedy and the triumph --
Chapter VI Erasmus and his disciples --
Youth and education, 1467-1499 --
England and John Colet, 1499-1500 --
The vision in print, 1501-1519 --
Enchiridion militis Christiani (1501) --
Adagia collectanea (1500) --
Encomium moriae --
The praise of folly (1509) --
The Greek New Testament (1516) --
Peace and conflict, 1519-1536 --
The legacy --
Chapter VII. Europe on the threshold --
An age of discovery --
Nations in the making --
Spain --
France --
England --
Germany --
Switzerland --
Italy --
Scandinavia and Eastern Europe --
Society in ferment --
The rise of the towns --
The commercial revolution --
Peasant uprisings --
Crisis in the classroom --
The religious situation --
The conciliar movement --
The papacy --
Sources of discontent --
Revival --
Chapter VIII. Martin Luther: the strategy of confrontation --
Martinus Ludher ex Mansfeld --
Brother Martin --
The Turmerlebnis --
Conflict-1517 --
Confrontation-1518-1521 --
Heidelberg, April 26, 1518 --
Luther before Cajetan, October 1518 --
The Leipzig Disputation, July 1519 --
The fateful year: 1520 --
Excommunication: June 15, 1520 --
The three treaties --
The Diet of Worms-1521 --
Chapter IX. New Wineskins for new wine --
The September Bibel --
Wittenberg in turmoil --
Karlstadt et al --
The Zwickau prophets --
Thomas Muntzer (1490-1525) --
Sermon before the princes-July 13, 1524 --
The Peasants' Revolt --
The beginning of conflict --
The twelve articles --
Thomas Muntzer and the sword of Gideon --
Luther and the peasants --
Assault on celibacy --
Cujus region, ejus religio --
The first Diet of of Speyer, 1526 --
The Second Diet of Speyer, 1529 --
The Augsburg confession --
The Marburg colloquy --
The Diet of Augsburg, 1530 --
Laying the foundation --
The German Bible --
Music for the church --
Preaching the word --
The teaching church --
The church is ... --
Theology.
Responsibility: William R. Estep.

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