The Resource Toleration and the Reformation, by Joseph Lecler ; translated by T.L. Westow

Toleration and the Reformation, by Joseph Lecler ; translated by T.L. Westow

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Toleration and the Reformation
Title
Toleration and the Reformation
Statement of responsibility
by Joseph Lecler ; translated by T.L. Westow
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Contributor
Author
Translator
Subject
Genre
Language
  • eng
  • fre
  • eng
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Cataloging source
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Lecler, Joseph
Index
index present
LC call number
BR1610
LC item number
.L433 1960
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
1908-
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
Westow, Theo L.
Series statement
HeinOnline religion and the law
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  • Toleration
  • Freedom of religion
  • Reformation
Target audience
specialized
Label
Toleration and the Reformation, by Joseph Lecler ; translated by T.L. Westow
Instantiates
Publication
Distribution
Note
  • Translation of: Histoire de la tolérance au siećle de la Réforme
  • ©2019 Cassidy Cataloguing Services, Inc
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (volume 2, pages 507-535) and indexes
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online resource
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rdacarrier
Color
black and white
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
v. 1. Preliminary data : the Scriptures, the Fathers and the Middle Ages -- The Old Testament -- The New Testament -- The Patristic period -- The Middle Ages -- Christian humanism and the religious divisions -- Some Fifteenth-Century theories -- Erasmus (1466-1536) -- Saint Thomas More (1478-1535). the 'Utopia' -- The problem of religious freedom in the empire -- Luther : from 'Christian liberty' to established church -- 'Christian freedom' and the adherents of a mystic-spiritual interpretation -- Anabaptism, its ambiguity, its revolutionary and its peaceful forms -- The Humanist attempt at religious conciliation. the policy of 'colloquies' (1530-1555) -- The Lutheran doctrine on the religious power of the prince and the origins of the Peace of Augsburg (1530-1555) -- The persistence of Erasmian Irenic tendencies after the Peace of Augsburg (1555-1576) -- The application of the 'Jus Reformandi'. Calvinist progress and the Catholic Counter-Reformation (1576-1618) -- Religious polemics. the first systematic treatment of civil tolerance (1580-1620) -- The Reformation in Switzerland and the toleration controversies -- The successive phases of the Swiss Reformation in the Sixteenth Century -- The execution of Michael Servetus (1553) and Castellio's attack on Calvin -- The Italian Protestant refugees in Switzerland and their writings on tolerance -- Poland, 'Refuge of Heretics' in the Sixteenth Century -- The arrival of Protestantism in Poland (1520-1572) -- The Confederation of Warsaw (1573) and its application under Stephen Bathory (1576-1586) -- The religious situation in Poland under Sigismund III (1587-1632) -- v. 2. The Reformation in France and the problem of religious pluralism in the state -- The defence of religious unity under Francis I and Henry II (1520-1559) -- Religious conciliation or civil tolerance? (1559-1562) -- The civil wars and edicts of tolerance under Charles IX (1562-1574) -- Leaguers and Politiques under Henry III (1574-1589) -- Henry IV and religious pacification (1589-1598) -- The problem of tolerance in Sixteenth-Century French literature -- The Revolution in the Low Countries and the conflict over religious freedom -- Protestantism in the Low Countries and the Policy of Repression (1519-1565) -- The question of tolerance up to the division of the Low Countries (1566-1579) -- The condition of Protestants in the Spanish Low Countries. theological controversies on civil tolerance -- The condition of Catholics in the United Provinces -- The controversies about tolerance in the United Provinces at the end of the Sixteenth-Century (1580-1600) -- The question of mutual tolerance at the time of the Arminian conflict (1603-1625) -- The Anglican Reformation. Catholics and nonconformists, and the power of the throne -- Henry VIII and the Anglican Schism (1534-1547) -- The Protestant advance under Edward VI (1547-1553) -- The restoration of Catholicism under Mary Tudor (1553-1558) -- The restoration of Protestantism under Elizabeth and the persecution of Catholics (1558-1603) -- The dissenters from Anglicanism under Queen Elizabeth -- Anglican apologists and tolerance under Elizabeth -- Catholics and nonconformists under the first two Stuarts (1603-1640) -- The controversies about tolerance under the first two Stuarts (1603-1640)
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1 online resource (2 volumes)
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one file format
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rdamedia
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Label
Toleration and the Reformation, by Joseph Lecler ; translated by T.L. Westow
Publication
Distribution
Note
  • Translation of: Histoire de la tolérance au siećle de la Réforme
  • ©2019 Cassidy Cataloguing Services, Inc
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (volume 2, pages 507-535) and indexes
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
black and white
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
v. 1. Preliminary data : the Scriptures, the Fathers and the Middle Ages -- The Old Testament -- The New Testament -- The Patristic period -- The Middle Ages -- Christian humanism and the religious divisions -- Some Fifteenth-Century theories -- Erasmus (1466-1536) -- Saint Thomas More (1478-1535). the 'Utopia' -- The problem of religious freedom in the empire -- Luther : from 'Christian liberty' to established church -- 'Christian freedom' and the adherents of a mystic-spiritual interpretation -- Anabaptism, its ambiguity, its revolutionary and its peaceful forms -- The Humanist attempt at religious conciliation. the policy of 'colloquies' (1530-1555) -- The Lutheran doctrine on the religious power of the prince and the origins of the Peace of Augsburg (1530-1555) -- The persistence of Erasmian Irenic tendencies after the Peace of Augsburg (1555-1576) -- The application of the 'Jus Reformandi'. Calvinist progress and the Catholic Counter-Reformation (1576-1618) -- Religious polemics. the first systematic treatment of civil tolerance (1580-1620) -- The Reformation in Switzerland and the toleration controversies -- The successive phases of the Swiss Reformation in the Sixteenth Century -- The execution of Michael Servetus (1553) and Castellio's attack on Calvin -- The Italian Protestant refugees in Switzerland and their writings on tolerance -- Poland, 'Refuge of Heretics' in the Sixteenth Century -- The arrival of Protestantism in Poland (1520-1572) -- The Confederation of Warsaw (1573) and its application under Stephen Bathory (1576-1586) -- The religious situation in Poland under Sigismund III (1587-1632) -- v. 2. The Reformation in France and the problem of religious pluralism in the state -- The defence of religious unity under Francis I and Henry II (1520-1559) -- Religious conciliation or civil tolerance? (1559-1562) -- The civil wars and edicts of tolerance under Charles IX (1562-1574) -- Leaguers and Politiques under Henry III (1574-1589) -- Henry IV and religious pacification (1589-1598) -- The problem of tolerance in Sixteenth-Century French literature -- The Revolution in the Low Countries and the conflict over religious freedom -- Protestantism in the Low Countries and the Policy of Repression (1519-1565) -- The question of tolerance up to the division of the Low Countries (1566-1579) -- The condition of Protestants in the Spanish Low Countries. theological controversies on civil tolerance -- The condition of Catholics in the United Provinces -- The controversies about tolerance in the United Provinces at the end of the Sixteenth-Century (1580-1600) -- The question of mutual tolerance at the time of the Arminian conflict (1603-1625) -- The Anglican Reformation. Catholics and nonconformists, and the power of the throne -- Henry VIII and the Anglican Schism (1534-1547) -- The Protestant advance under Edward VI (1547-1553) -- The restoration of Catholicism under Mary Tudor (1553-1558) -- The restoration of Protestantism under Elizabeth and the persecution of Catholics (1558-1603) -- The dissenters from Anglicanism under Queen Elizabeth -- Anglican apologists and tolerance under Elizabeth -- Catholics and nonconformists under the first two Stuarts (1603-1640) -- The controversies about tolerance under the first two Stuarts (1603-1640)
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (2 volumes)
File format
one file format
Form of item
online
Level of compression
unknown
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Quality assurance targets
unknown
Reformatting quality
unknown
Specific material designation
remote

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