Author: John Christian LaursenPublish On: 2011-07-18
The famous slogan “one faith, one law, one king” certainly appealed to the Habsburg Emperors of Germany as much as to the Valois Kings of France, but the latter had far better means to make it a reality. It was only the unexpected ...
Author: John Christian Laursen
Publisher: University of Pennsylvania Press
There is a myth—easily shattered—that Western societies since the Enlightenment have been dedicated to the ideal of protecting the differences between individuals and groups, and another—too readily accepted—that before the rise of secularism in the modern period, intolerance and persecution held sway throughout Europe. In Beyond the Persecuting Society John Christian Laursen, Cary J. Nederman, and nine other scholars dismantle this second generalization. If intolerance and religious persecution have been at the root of some of the greatest suffering in human history, it is nevertheless the case that toleration was practiced and theorized in medieval and early modern Europe on a scale few have realized: Christians and Jews, the English, French, Germans, Dutch, Swiss, Italians, and Spanish had their proponents of and experiments with tolerance well before John Locke penned his famous Letter Concerning Toleration. Moving from Abelard to Aphra Behn, from the apology for the gentiles of the fourteenth-century Talmudic scholar, Menahem ben Solomon Ha-MeIiri, to the rejection of intolerance in the "New Israel" of the Massachusetts Bay Colony, Beyond the Persecuting Society offers a detailed and decisive correction to a vision of the past as any less complex in its embrace and abhorrence of diversity than the present.
Religious Conflict and the Practice of Toleration in Early Modern Europe Benjamin J Kaplan. FOUR. One. Faith,. One. Law,. One. King. The. Sins. of. This. Land. In May 1661, rain fell in buckets on the English countryside.
Author: Benjamin J Kaplan
Publisher: Harvard University Press
Can people coexist in peace when their basic beliefs are irreconcilable? Kaplan responds by taking us back to early modern Europe, when the issue of religious toleration was no less pressing than it is today. Divided by Faith is both history from the bottom up and a much-needed challenge to our belief in the triumph of reason over faith. This compelling story reveals that toleration has taken many guises in the past and suggests that it may well do the same in the future.
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Author: Jeffrey M. Shaw Ph.D.Publish On: 2017-03-27
... the need for the French crown to reclaim its legitimacy through “unefois, une loi, un roi” (one faith, one law, one king) but also demonstrated the power of Louis XIV's central government in demanding and maintaining internal order.
Author: Jeffrey M. Shaw Ph.D.
This three-volume reference provides a complete guide for readers investigating the crucial interplay between war and religion from ancient times until today, enabling a deeper understanding of the role of religious wars across cultures. • Enables readers to explore the ongoing and important relationship between war and religion across history through coverage of the wars themselves; the important leaders, battles, and campaigns; and the treaties that resulted from these wars • Directs readers to further reading material and supplies a comprehensive bibliography that guides further inquiry into the topic of war and religion • Supplies primary source documents that include letters written by participants of the Crusades, proclamations and declarations from the Protestant Reformation, and UN documents related to war and religion
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If the author of the Essais doubted the validity of any opinion held too tenaciously , he nevertheless adhered to the firmly traditional line of ' one faith , one law , one king ' . But for him one law and one king took priority over ...
Author: Janine Garrisson
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
A masterful new survey of sixteenth-century France which examines the vicissitudes of the French monarchy during the Italian Wars and the Wars of Religion. It explores how the advances made under a succession of strong kings from Charles VIII to Henri II created tensions in traditional society which combined with economic problems and emerging religious divisions to bring the kingdom close to disintegration under a series of weak kings from Francois II to Henri III. The political crisis culminated in France's first succession conflict for centuries, but was resolved through Henri IV's timely reconnection of dynastic legitimism with religious orthodoxy.