The Radical Reformation, 3rd edition

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Truman State University Press, May 1, 1995 - Religion - 1516 pages
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George Williams’ monumental The Radical Reformation has been an essential reference work for historians of early modern Europe, narrating in rich, interpretative detail the interconnected stories of radical groups operating at the margins of the mainline Reformation. In its scope—spanning all of Europe from Spain to Poland, from Denmark to Italy—and its erudition, The Radical Reformation is without peer. Now in paperback format, Williams' magnum opus should be considered for any university-level course on the Reformation.
 

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Contents

Introduction to 3rd Edition
1
George Hunston Williams
22
Reformed Catholicity
23
Mysticism Sacramentism
73
Lutheran Spiritualists
109
Great Peasants War
137
Eucharistic Controversy Divides
175
Rise of Swiss Brethren
212
Marriage Family Life
755
Waldensians Italian Anabaptists
799
Radical Reformation in
835
Calvin the Radical
897
Radical Italian Evangelicals
943
Slavic Reformation
991
Hutterites in Moravia
1063
Antipedobaptist AntiNicene
1079

South German Austrian
247
Schleitheim Confession
288
Radical Christianity in the
314
Speyer Strassburg
355
Unusual Doctrines Institutions
431
Spread of Melchiorite
524
Münster 15311535
553
Regrouping of Forces
589
Sacramentists the Anabaptists
609
Hutterites 15291540
637
Anabaptism in Middle
659
Definitive Encounter
681
Spiritualism Rigorism
723
Rise of Unitarianism
1099
Sectarianism Spiritualism
1135
Developments in
1177
German Swiss
1213
Law Gospel
1241
Radical Reformation
1289
Bibliography
1313
Index of Source Documents
1383
Index of Creeds Confessions
1401
Index of Colloquies Councils
1407
Index of Scripture References
1414
Subject Index
1420
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