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Title Were we ever Protestants? : essays in honour of Tarald Rasmussen / Sivert Angel, Hallgeir Elstad, Eivor Andersen Oftestad.

Publication Info. Berlin ; Boston : Walter de Gruyter GmbH, [2019]

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Description 1 online resource (xvi, 364 pages) : illustrations.
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Series Arbeiten zur Kirchengeschichte ; volume 140
Arbeiten zur Kirchengeschichte ; 140.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
Contents A Brief Biography of Professor Tarald Rasmussen -- Were we ever protestants? -- Was Luther Ever a Protestant? / Leppin, Volker -- Was there a Protestant Fearlessness in Face of Death? / Angel, Sivert -- Protestants and the Uncomfortable Sainthood / Wangsgaard Jürgensen, Martin -- King, Church and Religion / Ingesman, Per -- "Worse than the Papists" / Ole Hovda, Bjørn -- Despot, Outlaw or King? -- Funeral Sermons and the Struggle for Legitimacy in Early Modern Sweden / Czaika, Otfried -- Was there a Protestant Death? / Marshall, Peter -- Living as Adam and Eve / Andersen Oftestad, Eivor -- Protestant Anti-Catholicism in Early Modern Germany / Kaufmann, Thomas -- Martin Luther as Lieu de Mémoire in Early Modern Dutch Lutheranism / Hiebsch, Sabine -- Pastoral Ideals and Public Sphere in Christiania (Oslo) in the Seventeenth Century / Bugge Amundsen, Arne -- Viborg in the Hands of the Lord / Bach-Nielsen, Carsten -- Toleration, Anti-Catholicism and Protestantism / Nøtvik Jakobsen, Rolv -- The Lutheran Ethic and the Spirit of Early Modern Science / Gilje, Nils -- Celebrating Protestantism? The Reformation Anniversaries in Norway in 1917 and 1937 / Elstad, Hallgeir -- The Church of Sweden and the Community of Protestant Churches in Europe / Berntson, Martin.
Summary This anthology discusses different aspects of Protestantism, past and present. Professor Tarald Rasmussen has written both on medieval and modern theologians, but his primary interest has remained the reformation and 16th century church history. In stead of a traditional "Festschrift" honouring the different fields of research he has contributed to, this will be a focused anthology treating a specific theme related to Rasmussen's research profile. One of Professor Rasmussen's most recent publications, a little popularized book in Norwegian titled "What is Protestantism?", reveals a central aspect research interest, namely the Weberian interest for Protestantism's cultural significance. Despite difficulties, he finds the concept useful as a Weberian "Idealtypus" enabling research on a phenomenon combining theological, historical and sociological dimensions. Thus he employs the Protestantism as an integrative concept to trace the makeup of today's secular societies. This profiled approach is a point of departure for this anthology discussing important aspects of historiography in reformation history: Continuity and breaks surrounding the reformation, contemporary significance of reformation history research, traces of the reformation in today's society. The book relates to current discussions on Protestantism and is relevant to everyone who want to keep up to date with the latest research in the field.
Language In English.
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Subject Rasmussen, Tarald.
Protestantism -- History.
Protestantism -- Europe, Northern -- History.
Protestantism -- Norway -- History.
Protestantism -- Sweden -- History.
Protestantism -- Germany -- History.
Reformation.
Protestants -- Religious identity.
Genre/Form Electronic books.
Electronic books.
Essays.
History.
Essays.
Added Author Rasmussen, Tarald, honouree.
Angel, Sivert, editor.
Elstad, Hallgeir J., 1964- editor.
Oftestad, Eivor Andersen, editor.
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