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Contents Introduction Conciliation and Confession: Struggling for Unity in the Age of Reform 1. New Testament Models of Conflict Resolution: Observations on the Biblical Argument of Paris Conciliarists during the Great Schism Karlfried Froelich 2. "Tongues of Fire Confounded": Greeks and Latins at the Council of Florence (1438-1439) Nicholas Constas 3. Erasmus and the Restoration of Unity in the Church Erika Rummel 4. The Possibilities and Limits of Conciliation: Philip Melanchthon and Inter-confessional Dialogue in the Sixteenth Century Evan Cameron 5. The Ecumenical Theology of John Calvin: Dialogue among Friends Randall C. Zachman 6. The Early Church as a Model Of Religious Unity in the Sixteenth Century: Georg Cassander and Georg Witzel Irena Backus 7. Conciliation and the French Huguenots, 1561-1610 Karin Maag 8. The Boundaries of Reformed Irenicism: Royal Hungary and the Transylvanian Principality Graeme Murdock 9. Confessional Accommodation in Early Modern Bohemia: Shifting Relations between Catholics and Utraquists Zden_k V. David 10. From Rudolfine Prague to Vasa Poland: Valerian Magni and the Twilight of Irenicism in Central Europe Howard Louthan 11. Irenicism in the Confessional Age: The Holy Roman Empire, 1563-1648 Howard Hotson Contributors Index
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Church -- Unity.
Europe -- Church history.
Church history -- Middle Ages, 600-1500.
Church history -- 16th century.
Church history -- 17th century.