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Request Inspection Copy. Since its first appearance in , The European Reformation has offered a clear, integrated, and coherent analysis and explanation of how Christianity in Western and Central Europe from Iceland to Hungary, from the Baltic to the Pyrenees splintered into separate Protestant and Catholic identities and movements.

Catholic Christianity at the end of the Middle Ages was not at all a uniformly 'decadent' or corrupt institution: it showed clear signs of cultural vigour and inventiveness. However, it was vulnerable to a particular kind of criticism, if ever its claims to mediate the grace of God to believers were challenged. Martin Luther proposed a radically new insight into how God forgives human sin.

In this new theological vision, rituals did not 'purify' people; priests did not need to be set apart from the ordinary community; the church needed no longer to be an international body. For a critical 'Reformation moment', this idea caught fire in the spiritual, political, and community life of much of Europe. Lay people seized hold of the instruments of spiritual authority, and transformed religion into something simpler, more local, more rooted in their own community.

So were born the many cultures, liturgies, musical traditions and prayer lives of the countries of Protestant Europe. This new edition embraces and responds to developments in scholarship over the past twenty years. Substantially re-written and updated, with both a thorough revision of the text and fully updated references and bibliography, it nevertheless preserves the distinctive features of the original, including its clearly thought-out integration of theological ideas and political cultures, helping to bridge the gap between theological and social history, and the use of helpful charts and tables that made the original so easy to use.

He is the author of a number of other works on late medieval and early modern religious history, including The Reformation of the Heretics , Waldenses: Rejections of Holy Church in Medieval Europe , and Enchanted Europe: Superstition, Reason and Religion Oxford University Press is a department of the University of Oxford.

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Please contact our Customer Service Team if you have any questions. Commemorating World War I. Also of Interest. Early Modern Europe Euan Cameron. The Sixteenth Century Euan Cameron. Enchanted Europe Euan Cameron. The Escape Line Megan Koreman.

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The European Reformation

The European Reformation. Euan Cameron. Since its first appearance in , The European Reformation has offered a clear, integrated, and coherent analysis and explanation of how Christianity in Western and Central Europe from Iceland to Hungary, from the Baltic to the Pyrenees splintered into separate Protestant and Catholic identities and movements. Catholic Christianity at the end of the Middle Ages was not at all a uniformly 'decadent' or corrupt institution: it showed clear signs of cultural vigour and inventiveness. However, it was vulnerable to a particular kind of criticism, if ever its claims to mediate the grace of God to believers were challenged.

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The responsibility for suggesting that I write this book rests squarely with Dr Ivon Asquith, now managing director of the Arts and Reference Division of Oxford University Press, who proposed the idea to me in and whose support and encouragement have regularly made up for my own fears and misgivings. The Warden and Fellows of All Souls made the first stages of the project possible, and then very kindly received me back for a few weeks' work near its conclusion. To my tutor in undergraduate days and mentor since then, Sir Keith Thomas, and to Robin Briggs, who supervised my doctoral thesis, special debts of thanks are owed for their constructive and helpful interest. Since colleagues in the department of History at the University of Newcastle upon Tyne have sustained and encouraged my efforts; in particular I must thank Professor Jack Watt and Dr Tony Badger, successive heads of department, for their support.

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