Three Spanish heretics and the Reformation Antonio Del Corro, Cassiodoro De Reina, Cypriano De Valera by Paul J. Hauben

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  • Spain.

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  • Corro, Antonio del, 1527-1591,
  • Reina, Casiodoro de, ca. 1520-1594,
  • Valera, Cipriano de, 1532?-1625,
  • Reformation -- Spain

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Statement[by] Paul J. Hauben.
SeriesEtudes de philologie et d"histoire, 3
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LC ClassificationsBR405 .H3
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Paginationxvi, 142 p.
Number of Pages142
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Open LibraryOL5765358M
LC Control Number71370428

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He lives in Leamington Spa, UK. Spanish painting from the s showing the Inquisition burning books Image –Wikipedia Commons. • The Inquisition sought out and tried for heresy, Jews, Muslims, and anyone who contradicted the teachings of the Catholic church.

• Thousands of Jews and. Start studying History:Chapter 9 The Reformation (2). Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. () Raised in a wealthy Spanish household as well as a prestigious convent, this Catholic reformer founded a new convent based on poverty, the removal of class distinctions, hard work, and devout loyalty.

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Not since the birth of Christ has an event shaken the foundations of the Western world like the Reformation. Now, years after Luther nailed his ninety-five theses to the door at Wittenberg—the sound of which served as the thunder presaging the storm to come—Phillip Campbell, author of The Story of Civilization, casts fresh eyes on that tumultuous time and its most influential characters.

Heroes and Heretics of the Reformation uses a biographical-story format through most of the book to relate the history of the Reformation and its aftermath known as the Counter-Reformation from a Catholic perspective.

This is a welcome balance to the wealth of Protestant resources addressing the topic. Author Phillip Campbell gets into the broader history as necessary, addressing topics such.

Book cover for "Heretic: Why Islam Needs a Reformation Now" by Ayaan Hirsi by arrangement with Harper, an imprint of HarperCollins Publishers. Among the writings of the Italian Reformation, besides the invaluable yield of Juan de Valdés, the previously cited little book "Of the 7 Benefit of Christ's Death" fills an honorable place.

There may also be mentioned the fact that the Sommario della Sacra Scrittura was no less effective, although it was not Italian originally, but a recast. The Spanish Inquisition began in the year AD This is almost three hundred years before the Protestant Reformation.

Protestants were burned at the stake as "heretics" in Spain, Italy, France, England and Scotland. to be burned alive, for his Reformation works. Foxes Book of Martyrs records the condemnation of prominent Protestant. In his series, The Hinges of History, and especially in his newest book, Heretics and Heroes, Cahill shocks by writing for reader-enjoyment—which is the best way to advance learning.

I am glad to be in the company of enjoyers and learners.” —Martin E. Marty, Fairfax M. Cone Distinguished Service Professor Emeritus, The University of Chicago. The world of the late medieval Roman Catholic Church from which the 16th-century reformers emerged was a complex one.

Over the centuries the church, particularly in the office of the papacy, had become deeply involved in the political life of western resulting intrigues and political manipulations, combined with the church’s increasing power and wealth, contributed to the. That was the assessment of most Europeans until It was then that the Spanish Inquisition turned its attention away from the conversos and toward the new Protestant Reformation.

The people of. It was immediately confiscated and put on the index of prohibited books. This was a list maintained by the Inquisition, the Roman Catholic institution that sought to combat heresy. The Inquisition kept the Reformation from blossoming in Spain and also caused significant problems for Valdés.

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That secrecy was the primary strength of the Spanish Inquisition, and the lack thereof in the English Reformation and Counter-Reformation was crippling to the objectives of each movement. Heretics is one of Chesterton’s most important books.

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It smacks of “intolerance.” The very word “dogmatic” is perceived as being intolerant.

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