From Rome to Zurich, from Ignatius to Vermigli: Essays in Honor of John Patrick Donnelly, S.J.

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From Rome to Zurich, from Ignatius to Vermigli: Essays in Honor of John Patrick Donnelly, S.J.

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Georgia Southern University faculty member Kathleen M. Comerford co-edited From Rome to Zurich, between Ignatius and Vermigli: Essays in honor of John Patrick Donnelly, S.J. alongside non-faculty members Gary W. Jenkins and Torrance Kelly.

Book Summary: From Rome to Zurich, between Ignatius and Vermigli brings notable scholars from the fields of Reformation and Early Modern studies to honor their friend, mentor, and colleague, John Patrick Donnelly with essays commensurate with his own broad interests and scholarship. Touching Protestant scholasticism, Reformation era life writing, Reformation polemics – both Protestant and Catholic – and with several on theology proper, inter alia, the essays collected here by a group of international scholars break new ground in Reformation history, thought, and theology, providing fresh insights into current scholarship in both Reformation and Catholic Reformation studies. The essays take in the broad scope of the 16th century, from Thomas More to Martin Bucer, and from Thomas Stapleton to Peter Martyr Vermigli.

Publication Date

2-20-2017

Publisher

Brill Academic Publishers

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Leiden, Netherlands

ISBN

9789004331761

From Rome to Zurich, from Ignatius to Vermigli: Essays in Honor of John Patrick Donnelly, S.J.
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