By John Wolffe
Taking a clean examine the roots and implications of the iconic significant old fissure in Western Christianity, this e-book offers new insights into the ancient dynamics of Protestant-Catholic clash whereas illuminating present-day contexts and suggesting comparisons for coming near near different entrenched conflicts within which faith is implicated.
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21. Ibid. Cf Emmanuel Melmoux, ‘L’historien et le devoir d’oubli : Pierre Droict de Gaillard devant les guerres de religion’ in Chantal Grell and Arnaud Ramière de Fortanier, eds, Le second ordre: L’idéal nobiliaire: Hommage à Ellery Schalk (Paris: Presses de l’Université de Paris-Sorbonne, 42 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. Protestant–Catholic Conﬂict 1999), pp. 99–107. , eds, Paroles de paix en temps de guerre (Toulouse: Privat, 2006), pp. 269–80. Pierre-Victoire [‘Palma’] Cayet, Chronologie novénaire contenant l’histoire de la guerre sous le règne du tres-chrestien roy de France et de Navarre Henry IV [.
On the one hand, there was doctrinal and dogmatic conﬂict that was exceptionally virulent and took on new and multiple forms. On the other hand, there were armed conﬂicts generating physical violence that also had a variety of different modalities (formal military conﬂicts on established lines; civil wars; iconoclastic uprisings; local civil disorders; peasant uprisings, etc). ), verbal and visual violence, judicial 22 Europe’s ‘Wars of Religion’ and their Legacies 23 violence (the repression of heresy and dissension by ecclesiastical and secular authorities), extreme physical violence (massacre) and the resistance which was generated in martyrological cults of narration and commemoration.
Ménétra, hardly a good Catholic himself, was pleased to shake the sands of the place off his shoes shortly afterwards. Was it not, in the end, such oral legacies of a past that divided, that were the hardest to eradicate? Notes 1. Brad S. Gregory, The Unintended Reformation. How a Religious Revolution Secularized Society (Cambridge, MA: Belknap Press for Harvard University Press, 2012), pp. 162–3. 2. , L’Europe en conﬂits: Les affrontements religieux et la genèse de l’Europe moderne (vers 1500–1650) (Rennes: Presses Universitaires de Rennes, 2009).