Archiv für Reformationsgeschichte, 111 (2020)

Bruce Gordon and Randolph C. Head- Zwingli’s Ambivalent Anniversary 2019: An Ereignisbericht . . . 7
Claudio César Rizzuto – The Comunero Revolt and Luther’s Impact on Castile: Rebellion, Heresy, and Ecclesiastical Reform Impulses, 1520–1521 . . . 31
Daniel Lehmann – “Such an Illumination Cannot Occur”: Anthonius Margaritha, the Reformation, and the Polemic against the Jews . . . 55
Terence McIntosh – Luther, Melanchthon, and the Specter of Zwingli during the Diet of Augsburg in 1530 . . .78
Zachary Purvis – When Melanchthon Became a Freemason: The So-Called 1535 Charter of Cologne and Its Long Aftermath . . .109
Mark A. Hutchinson – The Question of Obedience and the Formation of Confessional Identity in the Irish Reformation . . . 143
Steven W. Tyra – “Neither the Spirit Without the Flesh”: John Calvin’s Greek Doctrine of the Beatific Vision . . . 170
Louise Vermeersch – Mennonite Martyrs and Multimedia: On the Form and Function of Intermediality in Reformation Communication . . . 194
Yves Krumenacker – La coiffure de Charlotte Arbaleste . . . 217
Jaap Geraerts – Caught between Canon and Secular Law: Catholic Marriage Practices in the Dutch Golden Age . . . 246
Christine Kooi – The Synod of Dordrecht after Four Hundred Years . . . 289
Markus Friedrich – Reformation History between Accident, Ambition, and Anguish: Barthold Nicolaus Krohn (1722–1795) and his Project for a General History of Anabaptism . . . 301


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