Articles linked to group 'Religious Reform, Protestants, Dissenters'
Johannes Valentinus Andreae
Lady Eleanor Davies
Topics:'Root and Branch' petition to abolish Episcopacy
A list of heretical books including Tyndale's Bible is drawn up in London
Act of Uniformity
American Puritan Writing
Attempt to introduce licensing for Dissenting ministers
Dissenters' Chapels Act
George Fox established the Society of Friends (Quakers )
German Baroque Mystics: European Connections
John Knox articulates a Calvinist constitution for the Church of Scotland
John Wyclif translates the Bible into English
John Wycliffe's works condemned
Luther's Ninety-five Theses
Moravian settlement established in Saxony
Publication of the Tyndale New Testament
Supremacy of the Pope challenged by John Wyclif
The English parliament passes strict laws against Protestant dissenters
The Glorious Revolution
The Presbyterian “Westminster Confession” adopted by Parliament
Ulrich Zwingli preaches evangelical sermons that challenge the Catholic church in Switzerland
Westminster parliament adopts the Presbyterian solemn league and covenant
Works:Address to the Opposers of the Repeal of the Corporation and Test Acts. 1790.
Gildas Salvianus: The Reformed Pastor. 1656.
Reliquiae Baxterianae. 1696.
The Saints Everlasting Rest. 1651.
The Pilgrim's Progress. 1678.
A Faithful Admonition to the Professors of God's Truth in England. 1554.
A Godly Letter of Warning, Or Admonition to the Faithful in London, Newcastle, and Berwick. 1554.
First Blast of the Trumpet against the Monstrous Regiment of Women. 1558.
Historie of the Reformation of Religioun within the Realme of Scotland. 1587.
On Predestination. 1560.
The Appellation of John Knox from the cruell and most iniust sentence pronounced against him by the false bishoppes and clergie of Scotland, with his supplication and exhortation to the nobilitie, estates and commonalitie of the same realme. 1558.
Anti-prelatical tracts. 1641-5.
New Testament of the Bible. 1525.
Die protestantische Ethik und der Geist des Kapitalismus. 1904.