THE REFORMATION WORLD

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Illustrations ix
  • Acknowledgements xiii
  • Credits for Illustrations xv
  • Chapter One - Introduction 1
  • Part I - The Church before the Reformation 7
  • Chapter Two - The Pre-Reformation Church 9
  • Further Reading 30
  • Chapter Three - Conciliarism in Late MediÆval Europe 31
  • Chapter Four - Humanism 51
  • Further Reading 70
  • Part II - Luther and Germany 71
  • Chapter Five - Luther and the Reformation in Germany 73
  • Chapter Six - Luther''s Catholic Opponents 97
  • Notes 107
  • Further Reading 108
  • Chapter Seven - Books, Pamphlets and Polemic 109
  • Notes 126
  • Chapter Eight - The German Peasants'' War and the Rural Reformation 127
  • Chapter Nine - The Princely Reformation in Germany 146
  • Part III - The Reformation outside Germany 167
  • Chapter Ten - Switzerland 169
  • Further Reading 188
  • Chapter Eleven - Eastern Europe 190
  • Notes 208
  • Chapter Twelve - France 211
  • Chapter Thirteen - England 225
  • Chapter Fourteen - Anabaptism 237
  • Chapter Fifteen - Scandinavia 257
  • Notes 275
  • Chapter Sixteen - Italy 277
  • Chapter Seventeen - Spain 296
  • Notes 305
  • Part IV - Calvinism and the Second Reformation 307
  • Chapter Eighteen - Calvin and Geneva 309
  • Chapter Nineteen - The French Wars of Religion 323
  • Chapter Twenty - The Netherlands 344
  • Notes 362
  • Chapter Twenty-One - England after 1558 365
  • Chapter Twenty-Two - Germany after 1550 387
  • Notes 407
  • Further Reading 408
  • Chapter Twenty-Three - Scotland 410
  • Notes 429
  • Part V - The Reformation and Society 431
  • Chapter Twenty-Four - Reformation Society, Women and the Family 433
  • Chapter Twenty-Five - Art 461
  • Notes 489
  • Chapter Twenty-Six - Music 491
  • Chapter Twenty-Seven - Architecture 505
  • Chapter Twenty-Eight - Science and Medicine 521
  • Further Reading 534
  • Chapter Twenty-Nine - Education and Literacy 535
  • Chapter Thirty - The Reformation and Popular Culture 545
  • Notes 559
  • Index 561
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