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Briefe an Heinrich Bullinger im Blick auf Entstehung, Abfassung und Rezeption der „Confessio Raetica“


Bernhard, Jan-Andrea (2013). Briefe an Heinrich Bullinger im Blick auf Entstehung, Abfassung und Rezeption der „Confessio Raetica“. Zwingliana, (40):37-71.

Abstract

The Raetian Confession of 1552/53 took shape during the Reformation in the context of Italian emigration to Grisons. The synod was obliged to write a binding order due to debates with the Italian non-conformists. Philipp Gallicius regularly consulted Heinrich Bullinger as he wrote the order. A hitherto forgotten letter from Gallicius to Heinrich Bullinger that is occasionally even considered to be fictitious, in addition to other important letters written between 1522 and 1552, shed new light on the formation, writing, and reception of the Raetian Confession, and challenges previous research conclusions.

Abstract

The Raetian Confession of 1552/53 took shape during the Reformation in the context of Italian emigration to Grisons. The synod was obliged to write a binding order due to debates with the Italian non-conformists. Philipp Gallicius regularly consulted Heinrich Bullinger as he wrote the order. A hitherto forgotten letter from Gallicius to Heinrich Bullinger that is occasionally even considered to be fictitious, in addition to other important letters written between 1522 and 1552, shed new light on the formation, writing, and reception of the Raetian Confession, and challenges previous research conclusions.

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Item Type:Journal Article, refereed, original work
Communities & Collections:01 Faculty of Theology > Institute of Theology
Dewey Decimal Classification:230 Christianity & Christian theology
Language:German
Date:2013
Deposited On:30 Jan 2014 10:28
Last Modified:05 Apr 2016 17:25
Publisher:Theologischer Verlag Zürich
ISSN:0254-4407
Official URL:http://www.zwingliana.ch/index.php/zwa/article/view/2386

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