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The Reformation as Christianization : essays on Scott Hendrix's Christianization thesis / edited by Anna Marie Johnson and John A. Maxfield.

Contributor(s): Johnson, Anna Marie, 1973- | Maxfield, John A, 1963-.
Series: Spätmittelalter, Humanismus, Reformation: 66.Publisher: Tübingen : Mohr Siebeck, 2012Description: xii, 430 p. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 3161517237 (hd. bd.); 9783161517235 (hd. bd.).Subject(s): Hendrix, Scott H. Recultivating the vineyard | Church renewal | ReformationDDC classification: 270.6
Contents:
The "Reformation" as a response to the changing world of the sixteenth century: reflections on Scott Hendrix's Recultivation the vineyard / Robert Bireley -- From conciliar to curial reform in the Late Middle Ages / Gerald Christianson -- "Christianization" and Luther on the early profit economy / Carter Lindberg -- Philip Melanchthon on "Christianity" / Timothy J. Wengert -- Three phases of "Christianization" (?) among Reformation radicals / James Stayer -- Clergymen, princes, and Luther's agenda / John A. Maxfield -- Luther and beneficia / Risto Saarinen -- Recultivating natural philosophy: Luther, the Magi, and the "fools of natural knowledge" / Russell Kleckley -- Martin Luther through the eyes of Katharina Schütz Zell / Elsie Anne McKee -- Jacob's branches and Laban's flocks: Christianizing the maternal imagination / Merry Wiesner-Hanks -- The tenderness of daughters, the waywardness of sons: Martin Luther as a father / Susan C. Karant-Nunn -- Christianizing church, state, and household: the sermons of Aegidius Hunnius )1550-1603) on the household table of duties / Austra Reinis -- Reform, Reformation, confession: the development of new forms of religious meaning from the manifold tensions of the Middle Ages / Berndt Hamm -- Recultivation of the vineyard in sixteenth-century Lutheran exegesis and preaching / Robert Kolb -- Christianization through consolation: Urbanus Rhegius's Soul-medicine for the healthy and the sick in these dangerous times (1529) / Ronald K. Rittgers -- Polarities in conflict: the late medieval roots of the disputes between the reformers and their opponents / Volker Leppin -- "According to the oldest authorities": the use of the church fathers in the early eucharistic controversy / Amy Nelson Burnett -- Pruning the vines, plowing up the vineyard: the sixteenth-century culture of controversy between disputation and polemic / Irene Dingel.
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Bibliography of S. Hendrix's works: (p. [409]-417)

Includes bibliographical references and index.

The "Reformation" as a response to the changing world of the sixteenth century: reflections on Scott Hendrix's Recultivation the vineyard / Robert Bireley -- From conciliar to curial reform in the Late Middle Ages / Gerald Christianson -- "Christianization" and Luther on the early profit economy / Carter Lindberg -- Philip Melanchthon on "Christianity" / Timothy J. Wengert -- Three phases of "Christianization" (?) among Reformation radicals / James Stayer -- Clergymen, princes, and Luther's agenda / John A. Maxfield -- Luther and beneficia / Risto Saarinen -- Recultivating natural philosophy: Luther, the Magi, and the "fools of natural knowledge" / Russell Kleckley -- Martin Luther through the eyes of Katharina Schütz Zell / Elsie Anne McKee -- Jacob's branches and Laban's flocks: Christianizing the maternal imagination / Merry Wiesner-Hanks -- The tenderness of daughters, the waywardness of sons: Martin Luther as a father / Susan C. Karant-Nunn -- Christianizing church, state, and household: the sermons of Aegidius Hunnius )1550-1603) on the household table of duties / Austra Reinis -- Reform, Reformation, confession: the development of new forms of religious meaning from the manifold tensions of the Middle Ages / Berndt Hamm -- Recultivation of the vineyard in sixteenth-century Lutheran exegesis and preaching / Robert Kolb -- Christianization through consolation: Urbanus Rhegius's Soul-medicine for the healthy and the sick in these dangerous times (1529) / Ronald K. Rittgers -- Polarities in conflict: the late medieval roots of the disputes between the reformers and their opponents / Volker Leppin -- "According to the oldest authorities": the use of the church fathers in the early eucharistic controversy / Amy Nelson Burnett -- Pruning the vines, plowing up the vineyard: the sixteenth-century culture of controversy between disputation and polemic / Irene Dingel.

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