Zdeněk V. David – Martin Dekarli – Phillip N. Haberkern – David R. Holeton (eds.): The Bohemian Reformation and Religious Practice 11
Special Issue of The Philosophical Journal 2018/1, 238 pages
This publication is divided into four thematic blocks and emerged through the collaboration of experts currently active in Europe, America, and Asia. The first deals with Jan Hus (“The Person and Work of Jan Hus”), the second deals with the issue of violence and the inquisition (“Hussite Revolution and Inquisition”), the third contains texts on the Utraquist liturgy (“Liturgy”), and the last discusses the interaction of the Czech and European Reformation (“Utraquism and Reformation”). A total of twelve studies reflect the phenomenon of the Czech Reformation in the late Middle Ages and the early modern era, and in the spirit of the intentions of Collegia Europaea it seeks to internationalize research into Czech religious history and its philosophical, theological, church-political, and cultural context.
The Person and Work of Jan Hus
Bohemian Reformation and Inquisition
Zdeněk V. David: Religious Contacts with England during the Bohemian Reformation
Amy Nelson Burnett: The Hussite Background to the Sixteenth-Century Eucharistic Controversy
Phillip N. Haberkern: Was the Bohemian Reformation a Failure?
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