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eBook Jews, Judaism, And the Reformation in Sixteenth-century Germany (Studies in Central European Histories) ePub

by Stephen G. Burnett (Editor) Dean Phillip Bell (Editor)

  • ISBN: 9004149473
  • Category: World
  • Subcategory: History
  • Author: Stephen G. Burnett (Editor) Dean Phillip Bell (Editor)
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Brill Academic Publishers (January 15, 2006)
  • Pages: 606
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The book presents the familiar and much-studied topic of the Reformation in sixteenth-century Germany in a new way, by interweaving Jews into the narratives of the various 'Reformations'

The book presents the familiar and much-studied topic of the Reformation in sixteenth-century Germany in a new way, by interweaving Jews into the narratives of the various 'Reformations'. It will be a standard work for anyone engaged in these fields for many decades to come. The volume encapsulates the field's current state, bringing much material into English for the first time. his volume desirable for libraries.

This book represents a multi-disciplinary approach to the problem of the Jews and the German Reformation. The contributions come from both senior and emerging scholars, from North America, Israel, and Europe, to ensure a breadth in perspective. The essays in this volume are arranged under four broad headings: 1. The Road to the Reformation (late medieval theology and the h This book represents a multi-disciplinary approach to the problem of the Jews and the German Reformation

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Dean Phillip Bell, Stephen G. Burnett, eds. Jews, Judaism and the Reformation in Sixteenth-Century . Jews, Judaism and the Reformation in Sixteenth-Century Germany. 00 (cloth), ISBN 978-90-04-14947-2. Habent suos Judaeos Reformationes.

Studies in Central European Histories volume 3. Bell and Burnett also introduce some new perspectives to scholarship in Anglophone and Israeli academia

The first part,"Road to Reformation," sets the stage with essays by Erika Rummel on the relation of German humanists to Jews and Judaism and by Christopher Ocker on pre-Reformation German theologians' views of Jews. Bell and Burnett also introduce some new perspectives to scholarship in Anglophone and Israeli academia.

Jewish Settlement, Politics, and the Reformation. Jewish Law and Ritual in Early Modern Germany. In Jews, Judaism, and the Reformation in Sixteenth-Century Germany, ed. Bell, Dean Phillip and Burnett, Stephen . 481–502. 421–450.

Politics and Reformations: Histories and Reformations-Essays in Honor .

Politics and Reformations: Histories and Reformations-Essays in Honor of Thomas A. Brady, J. pp. 313-344. German Theologians and the Jews in the Fifteenth Century.

This book represents a multi-disciplinary approach to the problem of the Jews and the German Reformation. The contributions come from both senior and emerging scholars, from North America, Israel, and Europe, to ensure a breadth in perspective. The essays in this volume are arranged under four broad headings: 1. The Road to the Reformation (late medieval theology and the humanists and the Jews), 2. The Reformers and the Jews (essays on Luther, Melanchthon, Bucer, Zwingli, Calvin, Osiander, the Catholic Reformers, and the Radical Reformers), 3. Representations of Jews and Judaism (the portrayal of Judaism as a religion, images of the Jews in the visual arts, and in sixteenth-century German literature), and 4. Jewish Responses to the Reformation.