2 edition of counter-Reformation in Central Europe found in the catalog.
counter-Reformation in Central Europe
Includes bibliographical references (p. -287) and index.
|Series||Oxford historical monographs|
|LC Classifications||BR360.5.S7 P67 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 311 p. :|
|Number of Pages||311|
|LC Control Number||2001021695|
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'A significant contribution to the growing body of literature on central Europe's Catholic resurgence in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries The Counter-Reformation in Central Europe book in Central Europe is a superb political microstudy.
The Counter-Reformation in Central Europe: Styria () by Regina Portner Hear about sales, receive special offers & more.
You can unsubscribe at any : It also shows how, although the progress of Protestantization was reversed, the Counter-Reformation left an ambivalent legacy to modern Austrian.
The Counter-Reformation in Central Europe - Regina Pörtner - Oxford University Press. The book analyses the aims, achievements, and shortcomings of the Habsburgs' confessional crusade in Styria, showing how although the progress of Protestantisation was reversed, the Counter-Reformation left an ambivalent legacy to the modern Austrian state.
The Counter-Reformation in Central Europe is a Poertner has pulled together the various counter-Reformation in Central Europe book of a complicated narrative and tells a compelling story Poertner's monograph is one of the most insightful analyses of Counter-Reformation politics.
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If you ever have the opportunity to discuss the book with others, you will be able to clearly tell their views, as you have taken the time to really take into. A Companion to the Reformation in Central Europe analyses the diverse Christian cultures of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth, the Czech lands, Austria, and lands of the Hungarian kingdom between the 15th and 18th centuries.
It establishes the geography of Reformation movements across this region, and then considers different movements of reform and the role Format: Hardcover.
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Cash On Delivery Available. A Companion to the Reformation in Central Europe analyses the diverse Christian cultures of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth, the Czech lands, Austria, and lands of the Hungarian kingdom between the 15th and 18th centuries.
It establishes the counter-Reformation in Central Europe book of Reformation movements across this region, and then considers different movements of reform and the role. Counter Counter-Reformation in Central Europe book, 16th-century reformation that arose largely in answer to the Protestant Reformation; sometimes called the Catholic Reformation.
Although the Counter-Reformation in Central Europe book Catholic reformers shared the Protestants' revulsion at the corrupt conditions in the church, counter-Reformation in Central Europe book was present none of the tradition breaking that characterized Protestantism.
THE COUNTER-REFORMATION IN AUSTRIA () The burning of Protestant books. THE ROLE OF THE JESUITS Central Europe was destroyed to a great amount. Around 17 million people had lived there when the 30 years war started in When the war came to an end inonly 8 counter-Reformation in Central Europe book had survived.
Drawing together the many strands of the Reformation and Counter-Reformation, and ranging widely across Europe and the New World, MacCulloch reveals as never before how these dramatic upheavals affected everyday lives—overturning ideas of love, sex, death, and the supernatural, and shaping the modern age.
About The Reformation. Weaving together the many strands of Reformation and Counter-Reformation, ranging widely across Europe and even to the new world, MacCulloch also reveals as never before how these upheavals 4/5(18).
This book examines the promotion of the sensuous as part of religious experience in the Roman Catholic Church of the early modern period. During the Counter-Reformation, every aspect of religious and devotional practice was reviewed, including the role of art and architecture, and the invocation of the five senses to incite devotion became a hotly contested topic.
In hindsight it seems pretty obvious that s' The Counter Reformation would share a lot in common with his book The English tolerance and sympathetic interest for the people he is discussing is the same. We get a broadly similar picture of a Church at the beginning of the sixteenth century, if not quite so hollowed out due to the leadership being geared /5.
THE Counter-Reformation in Europe was the great subject of Ranke's 'Ecclesiastical and Political History of the Popes,' published about sixty years ago. His object was to give information on a period of history which had escaped the notice of ecclesiastical historians. The important matter before him was to.
Emperor Ferdinand II (–37) stands out as a crucial figure in the Counter-Reformation in central Europe, a leading player in the Thirty Years War, the most important ruler in the consolidation of the Habsburg monarchy, and the emperor who reinvigorated the office after its decline under his two by: 3.
Transition to Modern Times: The Counter Reformation Quiz. Terms in this set (10) The Peace of Augsburg ended the conflict between. German princes and the Holy Roman Emperor. German princes and peasants who had revolted.
Martin Luther and the Roman Catholic Church. Martin Luther and the Holy Roman Emperor. The scene of the authentic Counter-Reformation was central Europe, and especially those countries which were the scene of the Reformation itself, Germany and Austria.
There the tide, which with little interruption had flowed for fifty years, was effectually turned back, and regions which were Protestant became Catholic again.
"The authors of A Companion to the Reformation in Central Europe have provided an outstanding gateway to stretch the Reformation farther east and complicate the familiar tales of the Reformation. They make a strong case that examinations of the Reformation without Central Europe are simply incomplete.
Ferdinand II, Counter-Reformation Emperor, – Emperor Ferdinand II (–) stands out as a crucial ﬁgure in the Counter Reformation in Central Europe, a leading player in the Thirty Years War, the most important ruler in the consolidation of the Habsburg Monarchy, and the emperor who reinvigorated the ofﬁceFile Size: KB.
Search for books, ebooks, and physical media Search Search for books, articles, library site, almost anything Find Advanced Search Tips Combined Search Books & Media Articles & more. Emperor Ferdinand II () stands out as a crucial figure in the Counter-Reformation in central Europe, a leading player in the Thirty Years War, the most important ruler in the consolidation of the Habsburg monarchy, and the emperor who reinvigorated the office after its decline under his two predecessors.
This is the first biography of Ferdinand since a long. Start studying World Civilization Chapter 5 - The Counter-Reformation. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Emperor Ferdinand II () stands out as a crucial figure in the Counter-Reformation in central Europe, a leading player in the Thirty Years War, the most important ruler in the consolidation of the Habsburg monarchy, and the emperor who reinvigorated the office after its decline under his two predecessors.4/5(1).
In Visual Cultures of Death in Central Europe, Aleksandra Koutny-Jones explores the emergence of a remarkable cultural preoccupation with death in Poland-Lithuania ().Examining why such interests resonated so strongly in the Baroque art of this Commonwealth, she argues that the printing revolution, the impact of the Counter-Reformation, and multiple afflictions suffered Author: Aleksandra Koutny-Jones.
Ferdinand II successfully terminated a Counter-Reformation campaign that had received its first impetus from the meeting of Habsburg and Wittelsbach princes in Munich in Octoberbut which had failed to achieve its main objectives in the reign of Karl II.
This chapter assesses the achievements and shortcomings of the Ferdinandean Counter-Reformation by looking at the.
This book is an invaluable resource for anyone interested in the history of toleration, in the Reformation and Counter-Reformation across Europe. Englisch. Seller Inventory # More information about this seller | Contact this seller Emperor Ferdinand II () stands out as a crucial figure in the Counter-Reformation in central Europe, a leading player in the Thirty Years War, the most important ruler in the consolidation of the Habsburg monarchy, and the emperor who reinvigorated Author: Dermot Fenlon.
The Counter-Reformation can hardly be said to have affected Scotland and Scandinavia, so complete had been the victory of Protestantism. Yet while Queen Mary reigned in Scotland there had been renewed signs of life.
Fathers de Gouda, Edmund Hay, James Gordon, S.J., Bishop Leslie, and Ninian Winzet are the more notable names of this period. Published in print September | ISBN: Published online January | e-ISBN: | DOI: :oso.
Departing from traditional periodization, Hsia argues that the Reformation and Counter-Reformation were structurally similar events in the long-term social transformation of early modern Europe.
This book should be of interest to students and /5. This book deals with a turning-point in European history: the dramatic struggle between the Protestant Reformation and the Catholic Counter-Reformation, and between princely rulers and landed nobles in sixteenth and seventeenth-century central and eastern Europe.
Up to 90% off Textbooks at Amazon Canada. Plus, free two-day shipping for six months when you sign up for Amazon Prime for Students. Counter-Reformation implies that it occurred only in response to the protests against and defections from the Catholic Church that is called the Reformation.
However, the Catholic Church has always rejuvenated itself in response to changing times. From Britannica: Counter-Reformation, also called Catholic Reformation or Catholic Revival, in the history of Christianity, the Roman Catholic efforts directed in the 16th and early 17th centuries both against the Protestant Reformation and toward Missing: Central Europe.
THE COUNTER-REFORMATION IN SCOTLAND THE BEGINNINGS I To appreciate aright the difficulties that confronted the Scottish Reformed Church at the outset of its career, and to understand fully the deep problems that face the Reformed Churches today in Scotland, one must study with attention what is knownFile Size: KB.
The Reformation – The Counter-Reformation. Hi, and welcome to this video on the Counter-Reformation, the response of the Roman Catholic Church to the Reformation movement which swept across Europe in the 15th this video, we’ll cover the origins of the Counter-Reformation, the key events, and the impact of the Catholic Church’s attempts to mitigate the .