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Paper Memory: A Sixteenth-Century Townsman Writes His World (Book Review), John B. Roney Jul 2013

Paper Memory: A Sixteenth-Century Townsman Writes His World (Book Review), John B. Roney

History Faculty Publications

Book review by John B. Roney.

Lundin, Matthew. Paper Memory: A Sixteenth-Century Townsman Writes His World. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 2012.


Nicholaas H. Gootjes, The Belgic Confession: Its History And Sources, John B. Roney Jan 2008

Nicholaas H. Gootjes, The Belgic Confession: Its History And Sources, John B. Roney

History Faculty Publications

Book review by John Roney.

Gootjes, Nicholaas H. The Belgic Confession: Its History and Sources. Grand Rapids, MI: Baker Academic, 2007.

ISBN 9780801032356


The Making Of The French Episcopate, 1589–1661 (Book Review), John B. Roney Jul 1997

The Making Of The French Episcopate, 1589–1661 (Book Review), John B. Roney

History Faculty Publications

Reviews the book by Joseph Bergin.

Bergin, Joseph. The Making of the French Episcopate, 1589-1661. New Haven, CT: Yale University Press, 1996. ISBN 9780300067514


Seeds Of Missiology In The German Erweckung (1815–1848), Wayne A. Detzler Jan 1995

Seeds Of Missiology In The German Erweckung (1815–1848), Wayne A. Detzler

History Faculty Publications

It is my contention that seeds of a primitive missiology emerged early in the nineteenth century in Germany. This was necessitated by the vitality of the religious awakening known as the Erweckung. At first this missionary impulse was sporadic, ecumenical and individualistic. Johannes Aargaard regarded the ecumenical period of missions on the continent of Europe as lasting from 1800 to 1830 and the period following that as characterized by confessional missionary activity. By the same token he considered the emphasis of continental missions in the early years (1800–1820) to be that of training for missions. After 1820 the emphasis ...


Johann Gerhard Oncken's Long Road To Toleration, Wayne A. Detzler Jun 1993

Johann Gerhard Oncken's Long Road To Toleration, Wayne A. Detzler

History Faculty Publications

Although German theology often has given creative impulses to American religious life, in the establishment of the German Baptist association that flow was reversed. The point of entry through whom Baptist principles gained access to modern Europe was Johann Gerhard Oncken.