The Colloquy of Montbeliard: Religion and Politics in the Sixteenth Century

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When I had lost references to some of my copies of materials in the Archives Nationales, the directeur général des Archives de France, Jean Favier, very kindly retrieved the correct designation for documents in K 2186 and K 2187.

I am indebted also to Olivier and Nicole Fatio for their friendship, hospitality, and help during my summers in Geneva.

Many colleagues have also assisted me, especially Charles Nauert of the Department of History at the University of Missouri, Columbia; John Headley of the Department of History, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; and Edzard Baumann of the Department of Art History and Archeology at the University of Missouri, Columbia, who kindly obtained for me a copy of a manuscript at the Public Record Office, London.

The efficient assistance of Anne Edwards, research librarian at Ellis Library, University of Missouri, and of my colleagues in the Department of Religious Studies provided the steady support that I needed for research and writing. I must also acknowledge the unique assistance of my secretary at the Duke Divinity School, Sarah Freedman, and of Trish Love, secretary for the Department of Religious Studies at the University of Missouri. To the editors and staff of Oxford University Press, especially Cynthia Read, I wish to express my admiration for their unfailing cordiality and impeccable professionalism.

I am also grateful to the publishers of the following works who graciously allowed me to use portions of my essays that appeared therein:

"The Emperor and the Exiles: the Clash of Religion and Politics in the Sixteenth Century." Church History 52 ( June 1983).

"The Elector John Casimir, Queen Elizabeth, and the Protestant League." In Controversy and Conciliation: The Reformation and the Palatinate 1559-1583, edited by Derk Visser. Allison Park, Pa.: Pickwick Publications, 1986.

"Probably They Are God's Children: Theodore Beza's Doctrine of Baptism." In Humanism and Reform: The Church in Europe, England and Scotland, 1400-1643, edited by James Kirk. Oxford: Blackwell, 1991.

November 1992 J. R.

Columbia, Missouri

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  • Title Page iii
  • Acknowledgments v
  • Contents vii
  • Foreword ix
  • Abbreviations xiii
  • Introduction 3
  • Notes 10
  • 1 - Ancient Liberties and Evangelical Reform 11
  • Notes 32
  • 2 - The Political Background 45
  • Notes 60
  • 3 - The Lord's Supper 73
  • Notes 100
  • 4 - The Person of Christ 110
  • Notes 126
  • 5 - Images, Baptism, and Predestination 134
  • 6 - Aftermath (1): Polemics and Politics 160
  • Notes 176
  • 7 - Aftermath (2): The Larger Scene 187
  • Notes 192
  • Appendix 1 Appendix: in Which Is Taught, What Was Done, Regarding the Communication and Protest of the French Exiles After the Colloquy of Montbéliard 197
  • Notes 201
  • Appendix 2 - Instrument 203
  • Appendix 3 207
  • Note 210
  • Bibliography of Works Cited 211
  • Index 221
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