|Other author/creator||Mentzer, Raymond A., honouree.|
|Other author/creator||Spierling, Karen E., 1970- editor.|
|Other author/creator||Boer, Erik Alexander de, editor.|
|Other author/creator||Holder, R. Ward, editor.|
||Brill's series in church history and religious culture, 1572-4107 ; volume 76
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||Introduction : emancipating Calvin / Karen E. Spierling -- Rowdy refugees and mischievous martyrs in Calvin's Geneva / Jeffrey R Watt -- A "Catholic" consistory? : the bipartisan consistorial court of Echallens in the Vaud (sixteenth to eighteenth centuries) / Christian Grosse, translated by Christine Rhone -- The dancing Calvinists of Montauban : testing the boundaries of a reformed community in the 1590s in France / Graeme Murdock -- On consistorial diversity / Philippe Chareyre, translated by Karin Maag -- A debated office : deacons in the Huguenot church, 1560-1660 / Karin Maag -- Lay leadership in the reformed communities during the Huguenot revolution, 1559-1563 / Jonathan A. Reid -- The last wishes of the Orangeois / Françoise Moreil, translated by Anne-Marie Libério -- The practice of ecclesiastical discipline in the Huguenot refugee church of Amsterdam, 1650-1700 / Edwin Bezzina -- Reading the Bible in sixteenth-century France / Mack P. Holt -- Domesticating God : reformed homes and the relocation of sacred space / Ezra L. Plank -- The Huguenots and marks of honor and distinction in the parish church and reformed temple / Andrew Spicer -- Bibliography of Raymond A. Mentzer's published works to date.
||The eleven essays in 'Emancipating Calvin: Culture and Confessional Identity in Francophone Reformed Communities' demonstrate the vitality and variety of early modern Francophone Reformed communities by examining the ways that local contexts shaped the reception and implementation of reforming ideas emanating especially from John Calvin and the Reformed church of Geneva. The articles address three main themes important for understanding the development of Reformed communities: the roles of consistories in Reformed churches and communities, the development of various Reformed cultures, and the ways in which ritual and worship embodied the theology and cultural foundations of Francophone Reformed churches. This Festschrift honors the pioneering work of Raymond Mentzer and reflects his influence in modern Francophone Reformed studies.
|General note||International conference proceedings.|
|Bibliography note||"Bibliography of Raymond A. Mentzer's published works to date": pages 251-258.|
|Bibliography note||Includes bibliographical references (pages 259-289) and index.|