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Protesting Songs By Jane Wood
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Songs have been created in English for hundreds of years. And for most of that time, there has been a tradition of 'Protesting Songs' in our language. The cult of 'Protest' was most noticeable in the... More > 1960s's, but, as Jane and Mike show, in their new book, that area of singing and songwriting has been going on for a long time, and continues, right up to the present day. Mike shows off some of his knowledge by talking about the history and then Jane shows her skill in constructing songs in the here-and-now. (Many of her lyrics are included, and there are links to where recorded versions of those pieces can be found, on the internet.) There is an e-book version of this book already in internet bookshops, and a CD is being issued to accompany the work, which will include recent recordings of many of the tunes mentioned.< Less
A History of the Protestant Reformation in England & Ireland By William Cobbett
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A facsimile reprint of William Cobbett's A HISTORY OF THE PROTESTANT REFORMATION IN ENGLAND AND IRELAND as revised by Francis Aidan Gasquet. The digital file for this volume may have printer's marks,... More > copy marks, library marks, and/or readers' marks in the text.< Less
Catholic Conciliarism and the Protestant Reformation By Timothy G. Enloe
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Thanks to a mixed heritage, the catholic Christian tradition has always been pluriform in its notions of authority. During the Western Schism of 1378-1418, conflict between two types of authority,... More > papalist and conciliarist, reached a fever pitch. The battle between these views consumed the 15th century and provided ecclesiological preparation for the Protestant reformation in the 16th. Throughout the Reformation and into the 17th century Protestants invoked conciliarist principles against the papacy’s absolute monarchy. Standing on catholic conciliarism, the Reformers worked for lawful, biblical reform of the Church. Considering this essential backdrop leads us to better appreciate our heritage as Protestants.< Less
Catholic Conciliarism and the Protestant Reformation By Timothy G. Enloe
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Thanks to a mixed heritage, the catholic Christian tradition has always been pluriform in its notions of authority. During the Western Schism of 1378-1418, conflict between two types of authority,... More > papalist and conciliarist, reached a fever pitch. The battle between these views consumed the 15th century and provided ecclesiological preparation for the Protestant reformation in the 16th. Throughout the Reformation and into the 17th century Protestants invoked conciliarist principles against the papacy’s absolute monarchy. Standing on catholic conciliarism, the Reformers worked for lawful, biblical reform of the Church. Considering this essential backdrop leads us to better appreciate our heritage as Protestants.< Less
Protestants, Puritans, and Pioneers By Jessica Grayless
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Paperback edition. This is a selection of brief stories and biographies about selected Protestant, Puritan and Pioneer Ancestors. They include the surnames Rawson, Grindal, Wilson, Brown, Boss,... More > Cardon, Lake, Nelson, Ford, Strong, Gilbert and more.< Less
Protestants, Puritans, and Pioneers By Jessica Grayless
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Paperback edition. This is a selection of brief stories and biographies about selected Protestant, Puritan and Pioneer Ancestors. They include the surnames Rawson, Grindal, Wilson, Brown, Boss,... More > Cardon, Lake, Nelson, Ford, Strong, Gilbert and more.< Less
Protestants, Puritans, and Pioneers By Jessica Grayless
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Hardcover edition. This is a selection of brief stories and biographies about selected Protestant, Puritan and Pioneer Ancestors. They include the surnames Rawson, Grindal, Wilson, Brown, Boss,... More > Cardon, Lake, Nelson, Ford, Strong, Gilbert and more.< Less
Protestants, Puritans, and Pioneers By Jessica Grayless
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Hardcover edition. This is a selection of brief stories and biographies about selected Protestant, Puritan and Pioneer Ancestors. They include the surnames Rawson, Grindal, Wilson, Brown, Boss,... More > Cardon, Lake, Nelson, Ford, Strong, Gilbert and more.< Less
Creeds of the Evangelical Protestant Churches By Philip Schaff
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In 1876, this three volume collection of cross-denominational creeds and confessions was deemed by its publisher a "symbolical library" well worth visiting. Volume III is dedicated to the... More > Lutheran, Anglican, Calvinistic, and later Protestant Confessions of Faith. Schaff's third volume is the first publication to compile the Modern Protestant Creeds, a rare group of documents containing the Congregational, Baptist, and Presbyterian Confessions. It also includes the Quaker Confession, the Easter Litany of the Moravians, and the Methodist Articles of Religion. This book is an excellent resource for comparative analysis, as Schaff provides the documents in their original languages alongside their English translations. Through Creeds of Christendom, Schaff aims to bring understanding to those who adhere to different creeds. He wisely reminds us that despite varying Christian denominations, Christ always remains at the center of the creeds. -Emmalon Davis, CCEL Staff Writer< Less
Protestant Resistance, the Huguenot tradition in Southern France By Richard MALTBY
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As soon as the Reformation started, the South of France gave it an enthusiastic welcome in many of the town and villages and it soon swept most of the Southern half of France. In many of these... More > villages, the descendants of the Cathars and the Vaudois had been living quietly and were among the first to join the new churches. But challenging the spiritual, and in some cases the secular, power of Rome wasn’t without danger; soon the “heretics” were being persecuted, harassed and burned with their seditious books. As the French Kings sided with the Pope, a culture of resistance developed and has remained to these days. Richard Maltby, Professor of History at King’s School in Canterbury shows the clear link and shared ideas between the Huguenots who fought Louis XIVth and their descendants who hid Jewish children and fought nazi occupation forces. His well illustrated book guides us through the villages, towns and hideouts of the Huguenots.< Less