Oxford : Oxford University Press for the British Academy, 2010.
Book — xxxvii, 250 p. ; 24 cm.
Reformation and the Uses of Reception
The Fog in the Channel Clears: The Rediscovery of the Continental Dimension to the British Reformation
The Authority of Antiquity: England and the Protestant Latin Bible
Erasmus or Calvin? The politics of book purchase in the early modern English parish
The Reception of Martin Luther in Sixteenth- and Seventeenth-Century England
Peter Martyr Vermigli's political theology and the Elizabethan Church
John Knox, Christopher Goodman and the 'Example of Geneva'
The Church of England and the Palatinate, 1566-1642
Martin Bucer and Early Seventeenth-Century Scottish Irenicism
'A Reformation of Common Learning': Educational reform in Reformed central Europe and its reception in the English-speaking world, c. 1642
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This volume brings together reformation and reception studies by exploring the relationship between reformations on the European continent and in Britain. The 11 papers shed new light on familiar associations, draw attention to under-explored relationships, and identify how British reception in turn contributed to continued reform on the continent. Different aspects of reception from biblical translation and book history to popular politics and theological polemic are addressed. The volume also prompts further questions regarding British integration and the perception (and invention) of England's 'exceptional' status. (source: Nielsen Book Data)