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EHS Nov 15
Replying to @EcclesHistSoc
The political and religious origins of the Witchcraft Act of 1536... catalysed by sermon of Bishop John Jewel, or by Catholic conspiracies against the Elizabethan regime? Read and find out!
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EHS Nov 5
An overview of the religio-political nature of by historian James Sharpe in BBC Magazine.
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EHS Nov 15
Replying to @lampallib
A highlight of Parish Magazines, including a 1939 guide for editors of these magazines - one of the many fantastic religious history resources found at .
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EHS Oct 30
in History - 30 October 1650, George Fox was brought before a judge on the charge of 'blasphemy'. When he implored the judge to 'tremble at the word of God' he was mockingly called a 'Quaker' in retort.
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Anton Larsson Oct 17
and anyone else working with , , and the like — I need help! Looking for examples of similar stories. This is a tale from Lutheran Sweden in the mid-1600s, but it feels quite medieval, hence me asking. 1/2
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EHS Nov 15
Seven controversial saints in history on by . Any you would add?
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EHS Oct 31
Today is the last day to submit a proposal for our upcoming Winter Meeting! If you are studying or ...we highly encourage you to consider it!
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Salaam Bhatti 11 Jun 14
And God said to Iblis, "I created Man, bow to him." And Iblis said, "No way" and God replied, "Yahweh."
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OUP History 28 Mar 18
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Migrant Knowledge 8h
Long-term fellowships - History of Migration & Knowledge - Family & Kinship - Race & Ethnicity - Religion & Religiosity - The Americas - deadline in two weeks - (sst)
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EHS Nov 15
A review of the life of martyr Anne Askew, accused of heretical beliefs in the 16C. Written by aspiring historian, a sixth form student at on the blog.
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EHS Nov 15
The impact of religion on sartorial style in the 18th and 19th centuries by with . How did piety connect with 'decent clothing'?
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OUP History 9 Jun 15
in 1978, the Mormon Church ended a 148-year-old policy that excluded black men from priesthood
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EHS Nov 5
in History The Russian Orthodox Church elected its first patriarch in over 200 years...who would endure tensions against the rising Soviet State.
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EHS Nov 15
Replying to @EcclesHistSoc
Another throw back to 2018, on our blog! A post about 'Articles of Accusation' and the deposition of Edward II.
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Brepols Publishers 6 Mar 13
New: The Journal of Medieval Monastic Studies
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EHS Nov 15
Replying to @JHIdeas
A throw back to a post in 2016 in about religion in late 19C America. Was this a period of religious decline?
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The Bedford Centre May 16
Here's a treat for all you Viking fans - our latest blog by investigates the role of women in Viking society, how they've been portrayed on TV & how Christianisation brought about a loss of autonomy
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History at Cambridge Oct 7
This article explores how "two bedridden women in faraway villages came, for a few months in [the 1840s], to dominate public discussions about the nature of religion in a modernising England"
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New Books Network 📚 Oct 21
Matthew A. Sutton is Edward R. Meyer Distinguished Professor & Department Chair at , where teaches courses in 20th century , , and .
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