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The Counter Reformation : Religion and Society in Early Modern Europe - Martin D. W. Jones

The Counter Reformation

Religion and Society in Early Modern Europe

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Published: 24th April 1995
For Ages: 16 - 19 years old
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The Counter Reformation is part of the Cambridge Topics in History series which looks at key A-level topics through a stimulating selection of original documents and other source material. In recent years historians have transformed the very meaning of the term 'Counter Reformation'. Scholarship has broken free of the partisan bias which misinterpreted the events of the decline and resurgence of the medieval Christian Church. In this text, Martin Jones uses a wide variety of original sources to reveal the true nature of the medieval religious landscape. He explores new insights into issues and events which explain why the old term 'Counter Reformation' is so inappropriate that it cannot now be used without major qualification. A wide range of primary sources, many previously unpublished, is combined with examination-based questions to test the students' skill in evaluating historical evidence. A full introduction, narrative and analysis accompany each topic.

Introduction
Varieties of belief: late medieval religion and the people
Internal reform 1480-1542
Countering the Reformation 1517-45
The Council of Trent
Structural reform
Reformation in the parishes: clergy and people
The impact of reform: three problems
Fire and sword: four studies in Counter Reformation
Suggestions for further reading
Table of Contents provided by Publisher. All Rights Reserved.

ISBN: 9780521439930
ISBN-10: 0521439930
Series: Cambridge Topics in History
Audience: Primary / High School
For Ages: 16 - 19 years old
For Grades: 11 - 14
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 176
Published: 24th April 1995
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 22.9 x 15.2  x 1.0
Weight (kg): 0.27