Schism, Heresy and Religious Protest by Derek BakerSchism, Heresy and Religious Protest by Derek Baker

Schism, Heresy and Religious Protest

byDerek Baker

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The thirty papers which comprise this volume are selected from those delivered at the summer and winter conferences of the Ecclesiastical History Society in 1971 and 1972. The volume opens with three important, wide ranging surveys of the nature and types of religious orthodoxy and dissent in the early Christian centuries. A further group of papers considers the emergence and treatment of earlier medieval heresies, while a number of contributions concerned with Lollardy have their focus in M. J. Wilks' examination of relations between Wyclif and Hus. For developments in more modern times K.T. Ware supplies a wider perspective to a rich and varied series of papers on more familiar matters in British, Continental and American history. In this volume, considerable attention is paid to the relationship of movements of protest and dissent to their social, intellectual, cultural and political backgrounds: in this many of the authors reflect the interest in 'religious sociology' which characterises much contemporary Continental work in the field of ecclesiastical history.
Title:Schism, Heresy and Religious ProtestFormat:PaperbackDimensions:424 pages, 8.5 × 5.51 × 0.94 inPublished:December 18, 2008Publisher:Cambridge University PressLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0521101786

ISBN - 13:9780521101783

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Table of Contents

Preface; 1. Heresy and schism in the later Roman empire S. L. Greenslade; 2. Christianity and dissent in Roman North Africa: changing perspectives in recent work R. A. Markus; 3. Heresy and schism as social and national movements W. H. C. Frend; 4. Attitudes to schism at the council of Nicaea Everett Ferguson; 5. Society, theodicy and the origins of heresy: towards a reassessment of the medieval evidence Janet L. Nelson; 6, Tradition and temerity: papal attitudes to deviants 1159-1216 Brenda Bolton; 7. Heresy and learning in early cistercianism Derek Baker; 8. Reformatio regni: Wyclif and Hus as leaders of religious protest movements Michael Wilks; 9. Bishop Buckingham and the lollards of Lincoln diocese A. K. McHardy; 10. Some aspects of lollard book production Anne Hudson; 11. A sermon by John Luke on the ending of the Great Schism 1409 Margaret Harvey; 12. Thomas Rudborne, monk of Winchester and the council of Florence Joan G. Greatrex; 13. Julius II and the schismatic cardinals Walter Ullmann; 14. Lincolnshire 1536: heresy, schism or religious discontent? Margaret Bowker; 15. The Family of Love and the diocese of Ely Felicity Heal; 16. The quest for the heretical laity in the visitation records of Ely in the late sixteenth and early seventeenth centuries Margaret Spufford; 17. 'Dens of loitering lubbers': protestant protest against cathedral foundations 1540-1640 Claire Cross; 18. The Anglo-Gallicanism of dom Thomas Preston 1567-1647 Maurus Lunn; 19. Henry IV and the huguenot appeal for a return to Poissy W. B. Patterson; 20. Orthodox and catholics in the seventeenth century: schism or intercommunion? K. T. Ware; 21. The emergence of the schism in seventeenth-century Scotland Gordon Donaldson; 22. Religious protest and urban authority: the case of Henry Sherfield, iconoclast 1633 Paul Slack; 23. Swedenborgianism: heresy, schism or religious protest? W. R. Ward; 24. An Irish heretic bishop: Robert Clayton of Clogher A. R. Winnett; 25. The arian schism in Ireland 1830 J. M. Barkley; 26. Protest and schism in nineteenth-century German Catholicism: the Ronge-Czerski movement 1844-5 Wayne Detzler; 27. 'God and Mammon': religious protest and educational change in New England from the Revolution to the Gilded Age Keith Hampson; 28. Reason and emotion in working-class religion 1794-1824 Stuart Mews; 29. A. H. Clough: a case study in Victorian doubt P. G. Scott; 30. African separatists: heresy, schism or protest movement? Peter Hinchcliff