Kirche und Politik am Oberrhein im 16. Jahrhundert: Reformation und Macht im Sudwesten des Reiches


Spatmittelalter, Humanismus, Reformation No.89

The Post-Priestly Pentateuch

Edited by: Ulrich A. Wein & Volker Leppin
December 2015
Mohr Siebeck
Distributed by Coronet Books
ISBN: 9783161539510
485 Pages
$167.50 Hardcover

The area along the Rhine Graben is a pioneering region for the Reformation movement. The most varied in their draining interaction processes is becoming paradigmatic significance for the understanding of the Reformation. With the rediscovery of spatial dimensions in recent research to expand these research approaches to the classical fields of territorial history succeeds. So get major territories like the Palatinate, Württemberg or the church organizations of the Archdiocese of Mainz and other dioceses in the view. The urgent task of the present volume is to raise this complex mix, and to describe. The 25 studies deal with three themes: power relations, educational landscape and the relationship between strategies and conflicts. Systematically, the ratio of the regional will be consistently explored with the Reich and the European Reformation history. Table of contentsSection I: power relations in Germany and Region Eike Wolgast: The introduction of the Reformation in an international comparison - Helga Schnabel-Schüle: City Reformation and territorial Reformation in the Upper Rhine - Frank Konersmann: Religious needs and interests of the Church of lay Christians in the countryside in the south-west side of the Rhine (1448-1555) - Volker Leppin: Habsburg front. Under the terms of the Württemberg Reformation of Duke Ulrich expulsion to Interim - Franz Brendle: Schwaben - Alsace - Mömpelgard: political and theological interactions -Kurt Molitor: Religious freedom as a conflict potential and policy options of the policy makers of the imperial city of Landau - Gerald Dörner: the poles of politics and theology. Strasbourg and the Swiss Confederation (until 1537) - Paul Warmbrunn: high and low needle in the Palatinate in the tension between the Reformation and confessionalisation - Hermann Ehmer: Adel solidarity or opportunism? Knighthood and Reformation in the cantons of Kraichgau and Odenwald 1520-1580Section II: educational landscape Christoph Strohm: The University of Heidelberg as a center of late Reformation - Anton Schindling: Council schools, master and magistrates - design of education in citizenship - Sabine Arend: girls' education in the Southwest German church orders - Susanne Schuster: pamphlet economy in the Upper Rhine - John Schilling: catechisms between theology and power Section III: Strategies and conflicts in the Reformation controversies Thomas Wilhelmi:Martin Bucer as a politician - Stephen E. Buckwalter: Martin Bucer "political theology" - Marc Lienhard : Religion and Politics in the perspective of Jacob Sturm - Friedhelm Jürgen Meier:vehement defense? The archbishops of Mainz and the Reformation in the first half of the 16th century - Andreas Neuburger: The high pins on the Upper Rhine at the crossroads between rich and Confederation? The Reformation in Basel and Konstanz - Hans Ammerich: The reaction of the Upper Rhine dioceses Speyer, Strasbourg and Worms to the Reformation and the beginnings of denominational education - Joachim Kemper: advocacies as a lever of the Reformation - Peter Blickle: emergency in the war for the "Holy Gospel "and the" divine right ". The field item of the Upper Rhine peasants of 1525. - Astrid of gentry: The Empire farewell Speyer 1529. enforce Of the difficulties antitäuferische standards - Walter Rummel: witch trials, society and politics. Examples Palatinate and Palatine-Zweibrücken - Alfred Kohler: King Henry II of France, Elector Moritz of Saxony and the threat to the integrity of the kingdom during the last years of the reign of Emperor Charles V.