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Reform and baptismal fonts: From the lutherian device to the originality of the zwinglien device
In this article Bernard Reymond reference id = “re1no1” idref = “no1” typeref = “note” b * '/renvoib wonders why the central position of baptismaux fonts distinguishes the interior layout of zwingilic temples from that of other reformed or lutherian temples. Zwingli seems to have intended to attribu...
Religious migration in the Holy Empire: from confessional issues to political issues
The great sectarian sectarian of the x-century causes a phenomenon that is unprecedented in its scale: religious migration of entire population groups. Dutch protesters fleeing the Catholic crackdown on the Albe pipeline in the second half of the century, lutherians, utraquists, brothers of Bohemia...
L’instruction protestante dans les Quatre Terres au xviiie siècle : un enjeu majeur pour les luthériens du Pays de Montbéliard
Until 1793, the county of Montbéliard was under the sovereignty of the duke of Wurtemberg and encountered no difficulty in the development of its Protestant instruction. This one developed within dense educational Protestant network and was the foundation of the denominational and linguistic identit...
‘The religious policy of the Monarchy of July and the Second Empire: the example of the baptists of the Aisne’
from 1830 to 1870, the French religious landscape lives under the sign of ‘framed pluralism’. It is the ‘cohesive system’ which then prevails. Catholic, Jewish, Lutheran and reformed protesters enjoy equivalent rights and benefits (in principle), but “religious margins” are excluded from the system....
The material construction of German Catholicism at the beginning of the Reform
The article examines the function of religious objects from the Middle Ages and attacked by protesters, for the social and cultural distinction of German Catholics on the dawn of the Reform. Anti-Lutherian pamphlets criticise evangelics that remove or destroy the objects of the medieval worship for...
Politics in the intimate sphere. Protestantism and culture in Germany in the 19th century
Politicised inwardness. Protestantism and culture in Germany in the 19th century. This contribution examines the relationship between Protestantism and modern, middle-class culture which was already under discussion within German academic Protestant theology in the early 19th century. These debate...
The conversion of Lutherian pastoralists at the borders of the Empire: Henri Winsheimer and recatholicisation at the time of the meetings
The language and the Cène
"titrebSummary '/titrebTo interpret the words of institution, and in particular the sentence attributed to Christ ‘this is my body’, the reformers used the rhetoric of their time. Similarly, the elements of the Cène were understood by them as signs, in the light of a ‘semicotic’ of their time and an...
Read together: on the concept of differentiated consensus between Catholic and Lutherian Catholic
Igreja, religião e ensino elementar antes das leis de laicização européias: um reexame crítico de suas relações
Resumo <p>Este artigo propõe um reexame do lugar ocupado pela religião no ensino elementar na época moderna, no seu conteúdo, no seu controle, nas suas grandes finalidades e nos seus objetivos pedagógicos concretos. A reflexão diz respeito a um caso específico: o das escolas de vilas de um cantão su...
Catholic faith education and development of socio-cultural cohesion in Cameroon: foundations and impacts in the Septentrion
On its way towards emergence, the northern region of Cameroon had to accept modern education. However, this acceptance did not happen smoothly. Indeed, the history of modern education in general, and of faith-based education in particular, in NordCameroun, is intrinsically linked to its evangelisati...
Germanism and National Socialism in the Lutherian Synodes in Brazil under the Government of Getúlio Vargas (1937-1945)
In the last decades of the fifteenth century and early xxth the Lutherian synodes became active in Brazil. In the 1930s and 1940s, when the Vargas government’s nationalisation campaign followed by the Second World War, issues as crucial as Germanism and national-socialism surfaced in the synodes. We...
Language as an indicator of cultural stitching at the time of the First Empire: the example of Germany
The dissemination of French among the European elites in the 18th century is a well-known fact. Without being spoken by most European populations, the French language also influenced the other vernacular languages, which borrow many words from French, as was the case with German. While the importanc...
The prince and its portrait. Embody power in 16th century Germany
Reformation not only gives rise to a new way of believing, but also to a new way of seeing. In the German Empire, while Luther tolerates images in churches, it does cause a new religious and lay iconography to emerge. The multiplication of images of the prince, produced by the workshop of Lucas Cran...
The religion of Queen Cristina of Sweden, from her childhood to the times of her conversion
Primórdios de um colégio teuto-brasileiro urbano em Pelotas no final do século 19 - Beginnings of an urban german-brazilian school in pelotas at the end of 19 century
<p>O Collegio Allemão de Pelotas, um colégio urbano, de ensino primário e secundário, para meninos e meninas, foi fundado em 1898, por uma sociedade escolar composta por imigrantes alemães e teuto-brasileiros, industriais e comerciantes, em sua maioria, protestantes luteranos. Neste trabalho enfocam...
The tradition of Lutheran and reformed synodes
The synodality is an essential feature of the institutional organisation and exercise of authority in the churches marked by the 16th century reform. The article, starting from the historical heritage, considers the basic theological choices and then the methods of synodality now implemented in the...
Protestantisms in Lorraine (161st century)
International audience Le protestantisme est généralement réputé étranger à la Lorraine. Pourtant, la diversité géopolitique de l'espace lorrain à l’époque moderne, puis sa partition tragique à l’époque contemporaine, font de ce territoire un lieu de diffusion contrastée des réformes protestantes, d...
Protestant instruction in the Fourth Terres in the xviial century: a major challenge for the lutherians of the Pays de Montbéliard
until 1793, Montbéliard County was under the sovereignty of the Duke of Württemberg and had no difficulty in developing its Protestant instruction. As the basis for the religious and linguistic identity of the inhabitants and the basis for the formation of elites, education was developed within a de...