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D.M. Loades

THE NETHERLANDS AND THE ANGLO-PAPAL RECONCILIATION OF 1554 by Dr. D. M. LOADES Durham Mary Tudor's marriage to Philip of Spain has had a remarkably bad press, even from those most sympathetic to the Queen and her policies. Contemporary Englishmen, including such loyal familiars as Sir Robert

Aart de Groot

3525366000. E204. When nowadays we consider the religious and political differences between Catholics and Protestants in 1540, the road to reconciliation seems impass- able, but with surprise we realize how far they had come in spite of this. And this was thanks not least to Martin Bucer from Strasbourg, who

Frans Pieter van Stam

, the road to reconciliation seems impass- able, but with surprise we realize how far they had come in spite of this. And this was thanks not least to Martin Bucer from Strasbourg, who strove for reconciliation on all fronts. In 1538 he even travelled, disguised as a merchant, to Leipzig, the residence

zur Kontroverstheologie der frühen Reformationszeit im Herzogtum Sachsen (Reformationsgeschichtliche Studien und Texte 122) Münster 1983 (Aschendorff) D. LOADES (ed.), The End of Strife. Death, Reconciliation and Expressions of Christian Spirituality (Papers from the Colloquium of CIHEC held at Durham

W. Nijenhuis

Kontroverstheologie der frühen Reformationszeit im Herzogtum Sachsen (Reformationsgeschichtliche Studien und Texte 122) Münster 1983 (Aschendorff) D. LOADES (ed.), The End of Strife. Death, Reconciliation and Expressions of Christian Spirituality (Papers from the Colloquium of CIHEC held at Durham, 1981) Edinburgh

Amy Nelson Burnett

Bucer's views on the issue of reconciliation with the Catholic church. As in his later writings from the period of the religious collo- quies, Bucer here sees the basis for concord in Scripture rightly interpreted and supported by the writings of the Fathers and the canons of the early church. Bucer

K. Zwanepol

214 The twin themes of eucharistic concord and reconciliation with Catholics run through Bucer's ministry, the former dominating the first half and the latter much of the second half of his career. The critical edition of a work dealing with both issues should be welcomed by all interested in

Christine Kooi

opposition, and the failure of the Council of Trent in its final years to bring about any larger Christian reconciliation. Practical church reform, an ideal close to the heart of the humanist Viglius, proved inseparable from the messy realities of sixteenth-century local politics. The overall picture that

James M. Estes

men of exemplary learning and probity. The earnest attempts at the diets of the following decade (Worms 1521, Nürnberg 1524, Speyer 1526, Augsburg 1530) to produce peaceful reconciliation (first of Luther with the church and then of the competing confessions with one another) all involved some

Jan Bloemendal

theological and philosophical topics. In Christus patiens (The Passion of Christ, 1608) he showed a Christ who is resigned to his fate. In Sophompaneas (Joseph, 1635) Grotius presented an example of mercy to an exile and of reconciliation, obviously for his own sake, since he himself was at that time an exile