10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «HUSSITISM»
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Demon Lovers: Witchcraft, Sex, and the Crisis of Belief
" As Walter Stephens demonstrates in Demon Lovers, it was not Hausmännin or other so-called witches who were obsessive about sex with demons—instead, a number of devout Christians, including trained theologians, displayed an uncanny ...
Anne's Bohemia: Czech Literature and Society, 1310-1420
Masaryk's understanding of Hussitism as an early example of campaigning for
human rights and democracy was based on later Enlightenment principles of
liberty, equality, and fraternity and had little in common with the essentially
A History of the Hussite Revolution
A number of subsequent articles pursue the same aim. Since in fact Wyclif's
encycloped1c anti-Romanism did include most of the doctrines that distinguished
radical Hussitism, and since from 1420 on the Taborite theoreticians did defend
They were an important unifying element. However, Hussitism was more than this
. It was a nationalist, philosophical, and academic movement bound together by a
sense of outrage at injustice — nationalist, because it was a Czech movement, ...
The Slavs in European History and Civilization
On Luther's attitude to John Hus and on the place which Hussitism had in the first
stage of the Reformation, interesting data has been collected by A. Kraus in his
Czech work on Hussitism in contemporary literature (Husitstvi v literature prvnich
In contrast with this, most school textbooks separate the Czech Reformation from
the Reformations of the sixteenth century, in as far as they mention Hussitism at
all, representing it more or less as a defeated heretical movement. The similarity
On Faith, Rationality, and the Other in the Late Middle ...
On. Hussitism. The Hussite movement, however, complicates the picture. Before
the council of Basle, both Church and Empire failed to overcome the Hussites.
John Hus (c. 1371–1415) himself was invited to defend his cause at Constance, ...
Gergely Tibor Bakos, 2011
The New Cambridge Modern History: Volume 2, The Reformation, ...
It is fashionable today, particularly among Czech Marxist historians, to ascribe
great influence to Hussitism, particularly in Poland, Hungary and Roumania. It
was certainly considerable in Germany and northern Hungary, and appreciable
Geoffrey Rudolph Elton, 1990
The Menace of the Herd, Or, Procrustes at Large
Hussitism comprised all elements which shaped the history of the nineteenth and
twentieth centuries. Evangelical skepticism, pragmatism, nationalism and later on
ochlocratic and communist tendencies characterized this dangerous heresy, ...
Erik von Kuehnelt-Leddihn, 1943
A History of Polish Christianity
The traditional approach to the rich and multifarious social activity in Bohemia in
the fifteenth century, which labels it Hussitism, easily overlooks the fact that this
activity was the strongest social and religious movement throughout
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A visit to Bethlehem Chapel
Obviously, the effort to support Hussitism was also an effort to reignite national anti-Catholic tendencies which existed within the Protestant ... «Radio Prague, Jul 12»