post-Reformation

post-Reformation

adj
(Historical Terms) happening or existing in the period or age after the Reformation
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Shadows of Doubt: Language and Truth in Post-Reformation Catholic Culture.
Some essays (Helen Cooper, "The Afterlife of Personification," David Bevington, "Conclusion: the Evil of 'Medieval,'" and Janette Dillon, "From Scaffold to Discovery- Space: Change and Continuity") are less polemical about the relation between pre- and post-Reformation material: the medieval provides a frame and a set of resources for Shakespeare.
Dr Nyree Finlay, a senior lecturer in Archeology at the University of Glasgow, told the Irish Mirror: "The sites are often related to post-Reformation belief systems, in terms of the unbaptised child being in 'Limbo'.
In this, Ziolkowski begins his examination of conspiracy and response with the mysterious cults of antiquity, in which people who felt they were somehow under the interdiction of other people banded together to resist then, he moves to the case of the Order of the Knights Templar in the Middle Ages (and beyond), the Rosicrucian's of the post-Reformation, the lodges of the Enlightenment, secret societies of romantic socialism, modern variations, the case of The Protocols of the Elders of Zion, and then he slips in an account of postmodernism, which apparently has enough conspiracies and counter-conspiracies to float a battleship.
As for the person of Paul himself, Wright's greatest concern is a post-Reformation church, which he says has mistakenly come to see Paul as "converting" to Christianity from Judaism and then attacking "the Law" from the outside.
Fades and traces" of the Virgin, as Waller terms them, appear insistently in post-Reformation poetry and drama, signifying a cultural nostalgia for the "magical world" that the Virgin enabled.
Muller, Post-Reformation Reformed Dogmatics: The Rise and Development of Reformed Orthodoxy, 4 vols.
He leaves no stone unturned in poring over sources of Luther's anti-Semitism and the ripple effect which Luther's views on the Jews had on post-reformation chinking.
The underlying aim is to show and discuss the diversification of religion that occurred in the post-Reformation period in Britain and Europe.
Dilston Chapel and the 17th-Century gateway is a rare example of a post-Reformation recusant chapel, built in 1616, allegedly with money raised for financing the Gunpowder Plot.
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