Theologically, it combines reformationist
and modern theology with spirituality, along with persons from the arts, including a Jewish perspective that caused this reviewer to notice better our Christian blinders.
Wayne Walker Pipkin has enjoyed a distinguished scholarly career spanning forty years, as a Reformationist
paying particular attention to Huldrych Zwingli and Balthasar Hubmaier.
Rushdoony was the intellectual leader of a new reformationist
tendency within Protestantism called Christian reconstructionism (Clarkson, 1997).
Rather than the carnivalesque reading of Falstaff ably popularized by Michael Bristol and Valerie Traub, (1) I propose to read the play as a site of reformationist commentary.
Gardiner's linking of the need for religious as well as monarchial iconography--and his suggestion that an abasement of the former leads to an abasement of the latter--creates the basis for my reading of the reformationist agenda in I Henry IV.
24) A Reformationist
strain, Smilianskaia points out, had been present in Russia since the 16th century but never became an independent and influential movement as it did in Western Europe.
There was and is a powerful neo-Reformationist
offshoot of liberal theology, founded by Karl Barth and Emil Brunner, that sought to refigure the Reformationist
dialectic of Word and Spirit as the basis of Christian claims.
A modern reformationist
movement founded and led by Jay H.
America was the first country without a designated faith; here was the only place in the world where Catholics and Protestants, Radical Reformationists
and Orthodox (not to mention Jews, Muslims, non-believers and others) could live as neighbors.
mourned by Reformationists
He amply documents distrust of the imagination in the works of William Tyndale, John Foxe, Stephen Gosson, William Perkins and many other Reformationists