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A central European synthesis of radical and magisterial reform the sacramental theology of Balthasar Hubmaier by Kirk R. MacGregor

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Published by University Press of America, Inc. in Lanham, MD .
Written in English


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StatementKirk R. MacGregor.
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LC ClassificationsBX
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Paginationvii, 301 p. ;
Number of Pages301
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Open LibraryOL22755918M
ISBN 109780761834618

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A Central European Synthesis of Radical and Magisterial Reform: The Sacramental Theology of Balthasar Hubmaier by Kirk R. MacGregor. Challenging the widespread classification of evangelical theologian Balthasar Hubmaier () as a Schleitheim-adhering Anabaptist, this book argues that Hubmaier should instead be understood as a bridge between the Radical and Magisterial . A Central European Synthesis of Radical and Magisterial Reform: The Sacramental Theology of Balthasar HubmaierAuthor: Kirk Macgregor. A central European synthesis of radical and magisterial reform: the sacramental theology of Balthasar Hubmaier by Kirk R MacGregor (Book) Doctor Balthasar Hubmaier und die Anfänge der Wiedertaufe in Mähren: aus gleichzeitigen Quellen und mit Benützung des wissenschaftlichen Nachlasses des Hofrathes Dr. Josef Ritter v. “Wide-ranging, richly layered and captivating This spectacular intellectual history reminds us that the Reformation grew out of the Renaissance, and provides a compelling glimpse of the cultural currents that formed the background to reform. MacCulloch’s magisterial book should become the definitive history of the Reformation.”.

the radicals of the reformation I n recent years much has been written about the "left wing of the Reformation" or the "Radical Reformation." These terms refer to those individuals and groups who rejected both the Roman Catholic tradition and the Protestant alternatives to it, in the name of what they considered true or apostolic Christianity.   Best Answer: During the Protestant Reformation there were different views on a number of doctrinal issues. Two of these views can be summed up in what are called the Radical Reformation and the Magisterial Reformation. These two views existed at the same time.   Kirk R. MacGregor, A Central European Synthesis of Radical and Magisterial Reform: The Sacramental Theology of Balthasar Hubmaier (Lanham, MD: University Press of America, ), vi. Ibid., Ibid., Ibid, My translation. “Tauf und das Nachmal nichts sollen on vorgeenden glauben: Sy seyend wie ainn rayff vor dem wirtshauβ on. Radical Reformation. Magisterial Reformation. Authority: Called Radical because they believed the life of believers had to be different or else the Reformation was just a farce. People had to live their convictions out. Also as citizens of the Kingdom of God they rejected the authority of the state.

A Central European Synthesis of Radical and Magisterial Reform: The Sacramental Theology of Balthasar Hubmaier avg rating — 0 ratings — published — 2 editions/5.   At times this book seemed like the most magisterial and thoughtful work I'd ever read on religion or early modern Europe. MacCulloch's descriptions of the Catholic Church before Luther, and of the monumental changes in life and society after Luther, are clear and beautiful examples of the history of culture and of thought, simply unparalleled in any work I've read on /5. A Central European Synthesis of Radical and Magisterial Reform: The Sacramental Theology of Balthasar Hubmaier Paperback – April 27 by Kirk R. MacGregor (Author) See all 5 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Amazon Price New from Used from Author: Kirk R. MacGregor.   I am the author of five books: Contemporary Theology: An Introduction--Classical, Evangelical, Philosophical, and Global Perspectives (); Luis de Molina: The Life and Theology of the Founder of Middle Knowledge (); A Comparative Study of Adjustments to Social Catastrophes in Christianity and Buddhism: The Black Death in Europe and the Kamakura Takeover in Japan as Causes of Religious Reform .