A Companion to Multiconfessionalism in the Early Modern by Thomas Max Safley

By Thomas Max Safley

Within the 16th century, the Christian church and Christian worship fragmented right into a multiplicity of confessions that has grown to the current day. The essays during this quantity reveal that multiconfessionalism, understood because the legally famous and politically supported coexistence of 2 or extra confessions in one polity, was once the rule of thumb instead of the exception for many of early smooth Europe. The participants research its motives and results. They reveal that neighborhood spiritual teams around the continent may possibly cooperate with confessional rivals and oppose political gurus to make judgements approximately their spiritual lives, looking on neighborhood stipulations and contingencies. In so doing, this quantity deals a brand new imaginative and prescient of faith, country, and society in early smooth Europe. individuals contain: Bernard Capp, John R. D. Coffey, Jeremie Foa, David Frick, Raymond Gillespie, Benjamin Kaplan, Howard Louthan, David Luebke, Keith Luria, Guido Marnef, Graeme Murdock, Richard Ninness, Penny Roberts, Jesse Spohnholz, Peter Wallace, Lee Palmer Wandel.

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29 At another, generation after generation of children receive education in these texts, linking their sense of identification with a living Church to Reformation documents, which in turn inform the living community and its sense of itself. Not only The Book of Concord, which contains it, but the Augsburg Confession itself, as well as the Westminster Confession are the 27 See E. Harold Browne, An Exposition of the Thirty-Nine Articles Historical and Doctrinal (London: 1858). ), Glauben und Bekennen: Vierhundert Jahre Confessio Helvetica Posterior (Zurich: 1966); Vilmos Vajta and Hans Weissgerber, The Church and the Confessions: The Role of the Confessions in the Life and Doctrine of the Lutheran Churches (Philadelphia: 1963).

Jahrhunderts,” Tijdschrift voor Sociale Geschiedenis 16 (1990): 31–60. 2 Benjamin J. Kaplan, “ ‘Dutch’ religious tolerance: celebration and revision” in R. ), Calvinism and Religious Toleration in the Dutch Golden Age (Cambridge, UK: 2002), 8–26. g. Alexandra Walsham, Charitable hatred: Tolerance and intolerance in England, 1500–1700 (Manchester: 2006); Keith Luria, Sacred Boundaries: Religious Coexistence and Conflict in Early-Modern France (Washington, DC: 2005); Jesse Spohnholz, The Tactics of Toleration: A Refugee Community in the Age of Religious Wars (Newark, DE: 2011).

15 For a recent history of the text, see Maurer, Historischer Kommentar; trans. George Anderson, Historical Commentary on the Augsburg Confession (Philadelphia: 1986). 32 lee palmer wandel to confess, sign, publicly affirm; that which would define “the Lutheran Church,” both its doctrine and the boundaries of its membership. In 1648, the Peace of Westphalia legally recognized “the Reformed Church,” but did not accord any of the Reformed Confessions the same normative and definitive status that the Peace of Augsburg—and the Peace of Westphalia—accorded The Augsburg Confession.

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