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© Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, 2010 DOI: 10.1163/187226310X509510 Journal of the Philosophy of History 4 (2010) 172–194 brill.nl/jph Religion and the Crisis of Historicism: Protestant and Catholic Perspectives Herman Paul Leiden University firstname.lastname@example.org Abstract This paper raises
Bart Wallet and Herman Paul
© Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, 2008 DOI: 10.1163/187124108X316459 Church History and Religious Culture 88 (2008) 35-62 www.brill.nl/chrc CHRC A Sun that Lost its Shine: Th e Reformation in Dutch Protestant Memory Culture, 1817-1917 Herman Paul and Bart Wallet Abstract Th is essay is a ﬁrst
supposition theory, namely on its fate in the Protestant logical tradition. Here the situation was different insofar as the combination of humanism and reformation had created an intellectual climate that was even more hostile to scholastic logic, so that in this context supposition theory as well as the
Maps in Sixteenth-Century Printed Bibles from the Low Countries
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person on the way to salvation and redemption. The theme of the Exodus also appealed to the imagination of Reformed Protestants—I am using the term here to distinguish them from other Protestant groups in this period, such as the Lutherans and the Anabaptists—in the late sixteenth and seventeenth century