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Sister Reformations III – Schwesterreformationen III

From Reformation Movements to Reformation Churches in the Holy Roman Empire and on the British Isles – Von der reformatorischen Bewegung zur Kirche im Heiligen Römischen Reich und auf den britischen Inseln
Ed. by / Hrsg. v. Dorothea Wendebourg, Euan Cameron and/und Martin Ohst

[Sister Reformations III – Schwesterreformationen III. From Reformation Movements to Reformation Churches in the Holy Roman Empire and on the British Isles – Von der reformatorischen Bewegung zur Kirche im Heiligen Römischen Reich und auf den britisch]

2019. Approx. 620 pages.
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How the various Reformation movements grew and took shape as churches both in Germany and the British Isles is explored in this volume. The form and place of worship, developments in the preaching of sermons, congregational singing, liturgy, the roles of family, gender and law, as well as the emergence of a new kind of clergy and congregation provide the subject matter for the German and English contributions.

Contributors:
Albrecht Beutel, Amy Burnett, Euan Cameron, Geoffrey Dipple, Susan Karant-Nunn, Thomas Kaufmann, Konrad Klek, John McCallum, Ashley Null, Martin Ohst, Wolf-Dietrich Schäufele, Andrew Spicer, Andreas Stegmann, Christopher Voigt-Goy, Alex Walsham, Kristen Walton, Dorothea Wendebourg
How the various Reformation movements grew and took shape as churches both in Germany and the British Isles is explored in this volume. The form and place of worship, developments in the preaching of sermons, congregational singing, liturgy, the roles of family, gender and law, as well as the emergence of a new kind of clergy and congregation provide the subject matter for the German and English contributions.

Contributors:
Albrecht Beutel, Amy Burnett, Euan Cameron, Geoffrey Dipple, Susan Karant-Nunn, Thomas Kaufmann, Konrad Klek, John McCallum, Ashley Null, Martin Ohst, Wolf-Dietrich Schäufele, Andrew Spicer, Andreas Stegmann, Christopher Voigt-Goy, Alex Walsham, Kristen Walton, Dorothea Wendebourg
Authors/Editors

Dorothea Wendebourg war zuletzt Professorin für Mittlere und Neuere Kirchengeschichte/Reformationsgeschichte in Berlin.

Euan Cameron ist Henry Luce III Professor am Union Theological Seminary New York.

Martin Ohst ist ordentlicher Professor für Kirchengeschichte und Systematische Theologie an der Bergischen Universität Wuppertal.

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