Table of contents for Pietism and the making of eighteenth-century Prussia / Richard L. Gawthrop.


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Introduction
1. The German territorial state in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries
2. Reformed confessionalism and the reign of the Great Elector
3. The nature of the pre- 1713 Hohenzollern state
4. Lutheran confessionalism
5. Spenerian Pietism
6. From Spener to Francke
7. Halle Pietism I: Ideology and indoctrination
8. Halle Pietism II: Growth and crisis
9. Pietist-Hohenzollern collaboration
10. The impact of Pietist pedagogy on the army and bureaucracy
11. Civilian mobilisation and economic development during the reign of Frederick William I
Conclusion.


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Prussia (Germany) History 1640-1740, Prussia (Germany) History 1740-1789, Pietism Germany Prussia History 18th century, Prussia (Germany) Church history