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Eugkne Honée

PROTESTANTS NEDERLAND TUSSEN TIJD EN EEUWIGHEID onder redactie van Sj. Voolstra en J. Vree. Jaarboek voor de geschiedenis van het Nederlands Protestantisme na 1800, jaargang 8 (Meinema; Zoetermeer 2000), 262 blz.* EUGKNE HONÉE Nijmegen De titel van het nieuwste `Jaarboek voor het protestantisme

Eugène Honée

PROTESTANTS NEDERLAND TUSSEN TIJD EN EEUWIGHEID onder redactie van Sj. Voolstra en J. Vree. Jaarboek voor de geschiedenis van het Nederlands Protestantisme na 1800, jaargang 8 (Meinema; Zoetermeer 2000), 262 blz.* EUGÈNE HONÉE Nijmegen De titel van het nieuwste Jaarboek voor het protestantisme

Willem J. VAN ASSELT

PROTESTANT SCHOLASTICISM: SOME METHODOLOGICAL CONSIDERATIONS IN THE STUDY OF ITS DEVELOPMENT WILLEM J. VAN ASSELT Utrecht This present issue of the Dutch Review of Church History brings together papers by European and American church historians presented during a colloquium at Utrecht

M. Evers and H. Bots

particulièrement et à plusieurs reprises 1'attention de ses lecteurs sur les efforts des "gens de bien" qui veulent vaincre les divisions et r6unir la chrétienté. Remarquons cependant tout de suite qu'il s'agit surtout d'une r6union des 6glises protestantes. Le journaliste ne se faisait plus beaucoup d

Claire Cross

FROM CATHOLIC PRIESTS TO PROTESTANT MINISTERS: PASTORAL EDUCATION IN THE DIOCESE OF YORK, 1520-1620 CLAIRE CROSS Christian humanists believed that by raising educational standards they could reform the practice of the parochial clergy, that higher educational attainment would in effect produce

Ellen A. Macek

ADVICE MANUALS AND THE FORMATION OF ENGLISH PROTESTANT AND CATHOLIC CLERICAL IDENTITIES, 1560-1660 ELLEN A. MACEK Abstract Drawing from personal experience or the preparation of aspiring pastors, some English authors sought to refine clerical job descriptions during the first cen- tury of

Alastair Hamilton

party at the Colloque of Poissy of 1561 in which Bauduin participated. Mainly Catholics, like Georg Cassander and Charles de Guise, the Cardinal of Lorraine, the 'moyenneurs' were far more interested in concord than in temporary toleration which the Protestants conceived as a tactical respite preceding

A. Hamilton

BOEKBEOORDELINGEN/REVIEWS JOHANNES VAN DEN BERG, Religious Currents and Cross-Currents. Essays on Early Modern Protestantism and the Protestant Enlightenment. Edited by Jan de Bruijn, Pieter Holtrop and Ernestine van der Wall. [Studies in the History of Christian Thought 95]. Brill, Leiden 1999

Cornel A. Zwierlein

224 intimately involved in Charles V's final wars within the empire, his son's wars in France and Italy, the consequent financial strains on the Habsburg regime, the installation of new bishoprics in the Netherlands and the persecution of increas- ingly militant Protestant heresy. Throughout it

Helen Parish

(EDS.), Protestant Identities: Religion, Society and Self-fashioning in Post-Reformation England. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge 2000, xiii + 372 pp. ISBN 08047 3611 1. £40.00. Starting from the assumption that England experienced a gradual transforma- tion from a Roman Catholic country to a