Reform and reformation : England and the Continent, c. 1500-c. 1700 / Edited by Derek Baker. Dedicated and presented to Professor Clifford W. Dugmore to mark his seventieth birthday.Series: Studies in church history. 2Subsidia ;. Publisher: Oxford : B. Blackwell, 1979. Description: x, 326 p : ant. (ritr.) 22 cm.ISBN: 0631192700.Subject(s): Dugmore, Clifford William | Inghilterra -- Storia ecclesiastica -- Sec. XVI-XVIIIConstituent unit: Bibliography of the writings of Clifford W. DugmoreConstituent unit: Relations of enlightenment and religious revival in central Europe and in the English-speaking worldConstituent unit: "Correspondence Fraternelle"Constituent unit: Richard Baxter and "The Grotial Religion"Constituent unit: Eirenical Anglicans at the synod of DortConstituent unit: James I and the religious crisis in the United Provinces 1613-19Constituent unit: Jean Hotman's Syllabus of eirenical literatureConstituent unit: Franciscus Junius 1545-1602 and the English separatists at AmsterdamConstituent unit: Adrianus Saravia as an eirenian churchman in England and the NetherlandsConstituent unit: John Johnsone's An confortable exhortation of our mooste holy Christen faith and her frutes: an early example of Scots Lutheran pietyConstituent unit: Early rise and gradual decline of Lutheranism in England 1520-1600Constituent unit: Calvinism with Anglican face: the stranger churches in early Elizabethan London and their superintendentConstituent unit: Anabaptism and English sectarianism in tyhe mid-sixteenth centuryConstituent unit: Continental students and the protestant reformation in England in the sixteenth centuryConstituent unit: Two Regiments: the continental setting of William Tyndale's political thoughtConstituent unit: England and the continent in the sixteenth century
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"Bibliography of the writings of Clufford W. Dugmore" S. 307-314.