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Author: A. Hamilton

Alcaraz truly believed. Juan de Vald6s is one case amongst many. Ignacio Tellechea Idigoras had already shown that even if the victims of the autos de fe in Seville and Valladolid were labelled Lutherans, their beliefs were of a hybrid sort and cannot be reduced to loyalty to a single Reformer. The late A

In: Nederlands Archief voor Kerkgeschiedenis / Dutch Review of Church History
Author: Arnoud Visser

a number of doubts about what Alcaraz truly believed. Juan de Vald6s is one case amongst many. Ignacio Tellechea Idigoras had already shown that even if the victims of the autos de fe in Seville and Valladolid were labelled Lutherans, their beliefs were of a hybrid sort and cannot be reduced to

In: Nederlands Archief voor Kerkgeschiedenis / Dutch Review of Church History
Author: Wietse De Boer

far as religious reform is concerned) expect much more complex outcomes than sim- ple success or failtire.'o The parish priest is an ideal test case for this approach. I suspect he will emerge from this examination looking very much like a hybrid animal, the conflicted product of the com- peting

In: Nederlands Archief voor Kerkgeschiedenis / Dutch Review of Church History

Elder. Sprunger, Dutch 62 private translations beside Mr. Paine's, as well as hybrids which some preachers composed "after thyr owne fancyes betwixt the English and the Dutch"43. There were undoubtedly many extemporaneous and occasional translations made as needed and discarded again44. Sprunger

In: Nederlands Archief voor Kerkgeschiedenis / Dutch Review of Church History

cursiva formata (omstr. 1400) en die zich verder ontwikkelt, geeft hij als voorbeeld van "hybridation de I' 6criture livresque". Naar aanleiding van deze voordracht en de daarin vervatte voorstellen kon een belangrijke discussie niet uitblijven. De laat- ste voordracht, over de humanistische

In: Nederlands Archief voor Kerkgeschiedenis / Dutch Review of Church History