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Title Moderate voices in the European Reformation / edited by Luc Racaut and Alec Ryrie
Published London : Routledge, 2016
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Description 1 online resource
Series St Andrews studies in Reformation history
St. Andrews studies in Reformation history.
Contents 1. Diplomacy, evangelism and dynastic war : the brothers Du Bellay at the service of Francis I / Alexandra Kess -- 2. A diagnosis of religious moderation : Matthew Parker and the 1559 settlement / Louise Campbell -- 3. A mini-'Colloquy of Poissy' in Brittany : inter-confessional dialogue in Nantes in 1562 / Elizabeth Tingle -- 4. Immanuel Tremellius and the avoidance of controversy / Kenneth Austin -- 5. Cooperation and confessional identity in Mid-Tudor England : three Berkshire courtiers / Michael Riordan -- 6. National church, state church and universal church : the Gallican dilemma in sixteenth-century France / Alain Tallon, trans. Luc Racaut -- 7. The battle for indifference in Elizabethan England / Ethan H. Shagan -- 8. 'Wolves and weathervanes' : confessional moderation at the Habsburg Court of Vienna / Elaine Fulton -- 9. René Benoist : scripture for the Catholic masses / Alison Carter -- 10. Moderation under duress? Calvinist Irenicism in early seventeenth-century royal Hungary / Graeme Murdock
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Notes Online resource, title from PDF title page (EBSCO, viewed June 6, 2017)
Subject Moderation -- Religious aspects -- Christianity -- History -- 16th century
Moderation -- Religious aspects -- Christianity.
RELIGION -- Christianity -- History.
Genre/Form History.
Form Electronic book
Author Racaut, Luc, editor.
Ryrie, Alec, editor.
ISBN 1351917064