Tingle explores the nature and evolution of indulgences in the Counter Reformation and how they were used as a powerful tool of personal and institutional reform.
Author: Elizabeth C. Tingle
Indulgences have been synonymous with corruption in the Catholic Church ever since Martin Luther nailed his ninety-five theses to the church door in Wittenberg in 1517. Tingle explores the nature and evolution of indulgences in the Counter Reformation and how they were used as a powerful tool of personal and institutional reform.
An Intellectual and Religious History of Late Medieval and Reformation ... Cited in B. J. Kidd , The Counter Reformation 1550-1600 ( London , 1933 ) , p .
Author: Steven Ozment
Publisher: Yale University Press
Celebrating the fortieth anniversary of this seminal book, this new edition includes an illuminating foreword by Carlos Eire and Ronald K. Rittges The seeds of the swift and sweeping religious movement that reshaped European thought in the 1500s were sown in the late Middle Ages. In this book, Steven Ozment traces the growth and dissemination of dissenting intellectual trends through three centuries to their explosive burgeoning in the Reformations—both Protestant and Catholic—of the sixteenth century. He elucidates with great clarity the complex philosophical and theological issues that inspired antagonistic schools, traditions, and movements from Aquinas to Calvin. This masterly synthesis of the intellectual and religious history of the period illuminates the impact of late medieval ideas on early modern society. With a new foreword by Carlos Eire and Ronald K. Rittgers, this modern classic is ripe for rediscovery by a new generation of students and scholars.
Burns , Edward McNall , The Counter Reformation , D. Van Nostrand Co. ,
Princeton , New Jersey , 1964 . A recent short critical account ... Kidd , B. J. , The Counter - Reformation 1550– 1600 , SPCK , London , 1958 . Emphatically
1550–1600), 'the age of confessionalism' (c. 1600–1650), and 'the flowering of Baroque Catholicism' (1650–1750).4 But this time frame (shaped, as it is, ...
Author: Alexandra Bamji
'In the last two decades, the history of the Counter-Reformation has been stretched and re-shaped in numerous directions. Reflecting the variety and innovation that characterize studies of early modern Catholicism today, this volume incorporates topics as diverse as life cycle and community, science and the senses, the performing and visual arts, material objects and print culture, war and the state, sacred landscapes and urban structures. Moreover, it challenges the conventional chronological parameters of the Counter-Reformation and introduces the reader to the latest research on global Catholicism. The Ashgate Research Companion to the Counter-Reformation presents a comprehensive examination of recent scholarship on early modern Catholicism in its many guises. It examines how the Tridentine reforms inspired conflict and conversion, and evaluates lives and identities, spirituality, culture and religious change. This wide-ranging and original research guide is a unique resource for scholars and students of European and transnational history.
IDD, B. J., D.D., The Counter- Reformation, 1550 — 1600, 179. LEBRETON,
Jules, S.J., The Life and Teaching of Jesus Christ, Vol. I, translated, 561. Leo XIII,
The Pontificate of, Vol. I, by Eduardo Soderini, trans, by B. B. Carter, 277.
Selected Sermons of the French Baroque (1600–1650). ... B. J. Kidd, The Counter-Reformation 1550–1600 (London: SPCK, 1933), 13-14. For the Latin text, ...
Author: O.C. Edwards, Jr.
Publisher: Abingdon Press
A History of Preaching brings together narrative history and primary sources to provide the most comprehensive guide available to the story of the church's ministry of proclamation. Bringing together an impressive array of familiar and lesser-known figures, Edwards paints a detailed, compelling picture of what it has meant to preach the gospel. Pastors, scholars, and students of homiletics will find here many opportunities to enrich their understanding and practice of preaching. Volume 1 contains Edwards's magisterial retelling of the story of Christian preaching's development from its Hellenistic and Jewish roots in the New Testament, through the late-twentieth century's discontent with outdated forms and emphasis on new modes of preaching such as narrative. Along the way the author introduces us to the complexities and contributions of preachers, both with whom we are already acquainted, and to whom we will be introduced here for the first time. Origen, Chrysostom, Augustine, Bernard, Aquinas, Luther, Calvin, Wesley, Edwards, Rauschenbusch, Barth; all of their distinctive contributions receive careful attention. Yet lesser-known figures and developments also appear, from the ninth-century reform of preaching championed by Hrabanus Maurus, to the reference books developed in the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries by the mendicant orders to assist their members' preaching, to Howell Harris and Daniel Rowlands, preachers of the eighteenth-century Welsh revival, to Helen Kenyon, speaking as a layperson at the 1950 Yale Beecher lectures about the view of preaching from the pew. Volume 2, available separately as 9781501833786, contains primary source material on preaching drawn from the entire scope of the church's twenty centuries. The author has written an introduction to each selection, placing it in its historical context and pointing to its particular contribution. Each chapter in Volume 2 is geared to its companion chapter in Volume 1's narrative history. Ecumenical in scope, fair-minded in presentation, appreciative of the contributions that all the branches of the church have made to the story of what it means to develop, deliver, and listen to a sermon, A History of Preaching will be the definitive resource for anyone who wishes to preach or to understand preaching's role in living out the gospel. "...'This work is expected to be the standard text on preaching for the next 30 years,' says Ann K. Riggs, who staffs the NCC's Faith and Order Commission. Author Edwards, former professor of preaching at Seabury-Western Theological Seminary, is co-moderator of the commission, which studies church-uniting and church-dividing issues. 'A History of Preaching is ecumenical in scope and will be relevant in all our churches; we all participate in this field,' says Riggs...." from EcuLink, Number 65, Winter 2004-2005 published by the National Council of Churches
For an American Protestant to look at the Counter - Reformation with ... Beresford James Kidd , The Counter - Reformation , 1550-1600 ( London : SPCK ...
Author: Hughes Oliphant Old
Publisher: Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing
Covering the story of preaching from the Protestant Reformation to the end of the 17th century, the latest volume in this series covers not only what the Reformers preached but also the reform of preaching itself.
KIDD , B . J . : The Counter - Reformation , 1550 - 1600 , New York , 1933 .
LUCAS , HENRY S . : The Renaissance and the Reformation , New York , 1934 .
MARTI , O . A . : The Economic Causes of the Reformation in England , New York
Author: Milton Viorst
103 selected documents illustrating the history of Western man, from the correspondence between Pliny and Trajan in A.D. 112, to the U.N. Charter in 1945.
Aus dem Zeitalter der Reformation U . Gegenreformation . Leipzig , 1932 . R ,
Revue Critique LXV ( 1932 ) , 384 . J . Birkner , Das Konzil von Trient u . die
Reform des Kardinalkollegium . ... B . J . Kidd , The Counter - Reformation : 1550
- 1600 .
25 The revival of Roman law in late medieval and Reformation Europe is
described in J . A . C . Thomas , Textbook of Roman Law ( Amsterdam and Oxford
... 2 See B . J . Kidd , The Counter Reformation 1550 – 1600 ( London , 1993 ) ,
Author: A. C. Grayling
Publisher: Walker Books
The epic story of the interlocking struggles to achieve the individual rights and freedoms that characterize Western civilization, by one of the world's leading public intellectuals. Perhaps the hallmark of western civilization over the past five hundred years, writes A. C. Grayling, is the series of liberation struggles without which the ordinary citizen in Western countries would not enjoy the rights and freedoms we now take for granted. They began with the often violent battle to allow independent thought, uncontrolled by the Church, which led in time to political freedom as monarchies were gradually replaced by more representative forms of government. These in turn made possible the abolition of slavery, rights for working men and women, universal education, the enfranchisement of women, and much more. Each of these struggles was a memorable human drama, and Grayling skillfully interweaves the stories of celebrated and little-known heroes alike—from Martin Luther and John Locke to the sixteenth-century French scholar Sebastien Castellio and the nineteenth-century feminist Elizabeth Cady Stanton. The triumphs and sacrifices of those who dared to oppose authority ring loudly down the ages, proving how hard-won each successive victory has been. And yet, as Grayling persuasively shows in a cautionary coda, democratic governments under pressure have often thought it necessary to restrict rights in the name of freedom, further underlining how precious they are. Toward the Light of Liberty is, thus, particularly relevant as we head toward an election season in which our own civil liberties will surely be an issue.
This is reform? ... For instance, B. J. Kidd, an Anglican divine, published in 1933 his fair-minded and well-informed Counter-Reformation, 1550-1600, ...
Author: John W. O'Malley
Publisher: Harvard University Press
Counter Reformation, Catholic Reformation, the Baroque Age, the Tridentine Age, the Confessional Age: why does Catholicism in the early modern era go by so many names? And what political situations, what religious and cultural prejudices in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries gave rise to this confusion? Taking up these questions, John O'Malley works out a remarkable guide to the intellectual and historical developments behind the concepts of Catholic reform, the Counter Reformation, and, in his felicitous term, Early Modern Catholicism. The result is the single best overview of scholarship on Catholicism in early modern Europe, delivered in a pithy, lucid, and entertaining style. Although its subject is fundamental to virtually all other issues relating to sixteenth- and seventeenth-century Europe, there is no other book like this in any language. More than a historiographical review, Trent and All That makes a compelling case for subsuming the present confusion of terminology under the concept of Early Modern Catholicism. The term indicates clearly what this book so eloquently demonstrates: that Early Modern Catholicism was an aspect of early modern history, which it strongly influenced and by which it was itself in large measure determined. As a reviewer commented, O'Malley's discussion of terminology opens up a different way of conceiving of the whole history of Catholicism between the Reformation and the French Revolution.
II , “ Nouveaux Ordres Masculins , les Congrégations , Les Compagnies de
Prêtres , " pp . 127-44 . 11. A brief account in English of the rise of these orders is
to be found in B. J. Kidd , The Counter - Reformation 1550-1600 ( London :