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The Protestant Clergy of Early Modern Europe

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The Protestant Clergy of Early Modern Europe provides a comprehensive survey of the Protestant clergy in Europe during the confessional age. Eight contributions, written by historians with specialist research knowledge in the field, offer the reader a wide-ranging synthesis of the main concerns of current historiography. Themes include the origins and the evolution of the Protestant clergy during the age of Reformation, the role and function of the clergy in the context of early modern history, and the contribution of the clergy to the developments of the age (the making of confessions, education, the reform of culture, social and political thought).

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Dixon, C. S., & Schorn-Schütte, L. (2003). The Protestant Clergy of Early Modern Europe. The Protestant Clergy of Early Modern Europe (pp. 1–245). Palgrave Macmillan. https://doi.org/10.1057/9780230518872

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