The Protestant Reformation in Sixteenth-Century Italy

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6. The Beneficio Di Giesù Christo and the Diffusion of Valdesianism in Tuscany and the Veneto76
The Author76
A "dulcet booklet"78
The "Valdesian Manifesto"82
In Florence and Tuscany83
A Sermon for the Academicians?88
The Valdesian Frescoes of San Lorenzo88
Bibliographical Note93
7. The End of an Illusion95
The Colloquy of Ratisbon ( 1541)95
The "ecclesia Viterbiensis"96
The Spiritual Journey of Bernardino Ochino100
Bibliographical Note104
8. Politics and. Religion105
Luther and the Venetian Brethren105
Melanchthon and Venice108
The "Capo finto" of Johann Sleidan110
The Political Thought of Aonio Paleario112
Bibliographical Note116
9. The Waldensians Join the Reformation: Calvinism in the Piedmont119
The Waldensians on the Eve of the Reformation 119
Guillaume Farel and the Waldensians120
Waldensians and the Swiss Reformation123
The Reformed Churches of Piedmont127
The Ecclesiastical Policy of Emanuel Philibert132
In the Ghetto of the Waldensian Valleys139
Bibliographical Note141
10. Italy's Other Gateway: The Istria of the Vergerio Brothers142
The Reform Efforts of Bishops Giovan Battista and Pier Paolo Vergerio142
The "Bishop of Christ"148
The Diffusion of the Reformation in Istria150
Giovanni Battista Goineo and Matthias Flacius Illyricus154
Bibliographical Not156
11. In the Arc of the Three Venices158
The Circulation of Heretical Books in Friuli and Gorizia158
Jacob Strauss and Urbanus Rhegius (Urban König)161
The Peasants' War and Michael Gaismayr162
Lutherans and Calvinists in Trent164
Verona and Brescia171
Bergamo181
Bibliographical Note188

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