By R. Po-chia Hsia
This quantity brings jointly 29 new essays by means of prime foreign students, to supply an inclusive evaluation of modern paintings in Reformation background.
- Presents Catholic Renewal as a continuum of the Protestant Reformation.
- Examines Reformation in jap and Western Europe, Asia and the Americas.
- Takes a large, inclusive strategy вЂ“ overlaying either conventional issues and state of the art components of discussion.
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After Wyclif, Lollards produced a copious vernacular literature. The mere possession of religious books in English came to be regarded as a convenient means to identify a heretic at the end of the Middle Ages (Hudson, Premature Reformation, pp. 470–1, 486–7). Apart from language and ownership, there was often little else that was “heretical” about heretics’ books. The key text was of course the Bible itself. Waldensian translations were in various languages, and most are lost. There survive five incomplete Bibles in an Alpine version of FrancoProvençal.
Yet allegations were persistently made against Lollards and Waldenses, as well as against some radical Hussites, that they would not take even a legal oath. Many heretics, under interrogation, said that to ask for the swearing of an oath, or to swear one, was a sin. Sometimes, especially in early fourteenth-century French and German Waldensianism, followers stubbornly (and potentially suicidally) refused to swear when urged to do so before ecclesiastical judges (Limborch, Liber Sententiarum, pp.
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A Companion to the Reformation World by R. Po-chia Hsia