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The Reformation and Revolt in the Low Countries

by Alastair Duke

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Published by Hambledon & London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Continental European Reformed Churches,
  • European history: c 1500 to c 1750,
  • History of religion,
  • c 1500 to c 1600,
  • c 1600 to c 1700,
  • History,
  • Religion - Church History,
  • History: World,
  • Netherlands,
  • Western Continental Europe,
  • Christianity - History - Protestant,
  • Europe - General,
  • History / Europe / General,
  • Europe - Great Britain - General

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages336
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8976370M
    ISBN 101852853980
    ISBN 109781852853983

      The Unintended Reformation: How a Religious Revolution Secularized Society, , etc.) jumps on the bandwagon of the th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation with this uneven retelling. He opens by promising that "a major theme of this book" is the fact that "the Reformation's influence remains indirect and unintended."Brand: HarperCollins Publishers. The Counter-Reformation: Ignatius and the Jesuits. as well as the Low Countries of Europe, Holland in particular. the “English Reformation” was a political/civil revolt, the “Swiss.

    The Dutch Revolt of the sixteenth century sparked one of the largest refugee crises of Reformation Europe. This book explores the flight, exile and eventual return of Catholic men and women during the war. By mapping the Catholic diaspora across Europe, Geert H. Janssen explains how exile worked as a catalyst of religious radicalisation and transformed the world . Reform in the Low Countries. In book: A Companion to the Reformation World, pp - Reformation, Revolt and Civil War in France and the Netherlands –Author: Joke Spaans.

    Yet, in his concise but well thought-out book, Janssen argues that, during their rather brief period of exile, a new form of Catholic militancy took shape, which consequently became one of the pillars of the process of Counter-Reformation in the Habsburg Netherlands and sealed the cleavage between North and South after Author: Alexander Soetaert. ( ), was the partially successful revolt of the Seventeen Provinces in the Low Countries against the Spanish Empire. It led to the formation of the independent Dutch Republic and marked the beginning of the Eighty Years' War.


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Reformation and Revolt in the Low Countries. by Alastair Duke (Author) ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important. ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book. Cited by: ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xxi, pages: illustrations ; 24 cm: Contents: The origins of evangelical dissent in the Low Countries --The face of popular dissent in the Low Countries, --Dissident voices in a conformist town: the early reformation at Gouda --Building heaven in hell's despite: the early history of the.

Religious issues affected the character, course and outcome of the Revolt of the Netherlands and had a wider influence on European history, and the Reformation in the Low Countries developed along This work promotes an understanding of these events.

The Revolt of the Netherlands has long been familiar to English-speaking readers, but the Reformation there has remained largely a closed book. The Reformation in the Low Countries developed along very different lines from German Lutheranism.

While the decentralised character of political authority ensured the survival of religious dissent, a prolonged. The Revolt of the Netherlands has long been familiar to English-speaking readers, but the Reformation there has remained largely a closed book.

The Reformation in the Low Countries developed along very different lines from German Lutheranism.5/5(1). The history of the flight and exile of Catholics during the Dutch Revolt has long been overlooked.

This book explores the forced migration of thousands of Catholic men and women and its profound impact on the course of the Counter-Reformation and the history of the Low : $ The Revolt of the Netherlands has long been familiar to English-speaking readers, but the Reformation there has remained largely a closed book.

The Reformation in the Low Countries developed along very different lines from German Lutheranism. While the decentralised. Variety characterizes the process of Reformation in 16th century Netherlands. This variety is reflected in theological traditions as well as in historical developments, elements that have made the Low Countries a very interesting research area for scholars of the Early Modern Period.

BMGN - Low Countries Historical Review is the leading academic journal for the history of the Netherlands, Belgium and their global presence.

The journal publishes research about broad and important issues in the history of the Low Countries, and seeks to do so in a wider comparative and international context. BMGN – LCHR seeks to present the best historical scholarship of Author: van Deursen.

The Dutch Revolt (–) was the revolt in the Low Countries against the rule of the Habsburg King Philip II of Spain, hereditary ruler of the northern provinces (the Netherlands) eventually separated from the southern provinces (present-day Belgium and Luxembourg), which continued under Habsburg Spain until The northern provinces Location: The Low Countries, (Worldwide.

This collection investigates the culture and history of the Low Countries in the 16th and 17th centuries from both international and interdisciplinary perspectives. The period was one of extraordinary upheaval and change, as the combined impact of Renaissance, Reformation and Revolt resulted in the radically new conditions – political.

The twentieth-century historiography of the Protestant Reformation in the Netherlands () reflects four major shifts in approach: from a partisan or compartmentalized to a neutral and from a chiefly theological to an integrated approach, from a national to an international perspective, and from a focus on the national to one on the local and regional level.

Dutch Revolt 80 years. Phillip was not prepared to accept this. He did his best to enforce the counter-reformation in the Low Countries, to oblige people to re-convert to Catholicism or at least to demonstrate that they were good Catholics, because Protestantism had never been officially recognized.

This led to revolt. From Revolt To Riches: Culture and History of the Low Countries, – culture and history of the Low Countries in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries from both international and interdisciplinary perspectives. The period was one of extraordinary upheaval and change, as the combined impact of Renaissance, Reformation and Revolt.

Reformation, revolt and civil war in France and the NetherlandsVolume Philip Benedict Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences, - History - pages. The history of the flight and exile of Catholics during the Dutch Revolt has long been overlooked.

This book explores the forced migration of thousands of Catholic men and women and its profound impact on the course of the Counter-Reformation and the history of the Low : Geert H. Janssen. Thus in vol. 3 book 9 chap. 4, the Committee had been stopped by this expression: “It is the Episcopal authority itself that Luther calls to the bar of judgment in the person of the German primate.” The Committee consequently altered this phrase, and wrote: “It is the authority of Rome itself that LutherFile Size: 5MB.

Introduction. The Low Countries have a special place in Reformation history, both because of the great diversity of the religious landscape and because they experienced a genuine Reformation “from below,” as well as fierce repression of Protestant heresies.

The Dutch Revolt of the sixteenth century sparked one of the largest refugee crises of Reformation Europe. This book explores the flight, exile and eventual return of Catholic men and women during Author: Geert Janssen. Read "ALASTAIR DUKE, Reformation and Revolt in the Low Countries, London (Hambledon)Nederlands Archief voor Kerkgeschiedenis (in continued as Church History and Religious Culture)" on DeepDyve, the largest online rental service for scholarly research with thousands of academic publications available at your fingertips.

"The Dutch Revolt and Catholic Exile in Reformation Europe is a work both of synthesis and of exploration. Summarising much recent research on the revolt, Geert Janssen also opens up one of its neglected areas - the experience of Catholics who fled into exile from their native country, later returning with their religious attitudes : $  Just finished Fatal Discord by Michael Massing.

“Brilliantly tracing the crisscrossing paths of the two most important thinkers of the sixteenth century, Michael Massing shows that where Martin Luther and Erasmus of Rotterdam parted ways—on the ad.

Diarmaid MacCulloch, University of Oxford "The Dutch Revolt and Catholic Exile in Reformation Europe is a work both of synthesis and of exploration. Summarising much recent research on the revolt, Geert Janssen also opens up one of its neglected areas - the experience of Catholics who fled into exile from their native country, later returning 4/5(2).