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By Roland H. Worth, Jr.                               © 2016

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bibliography

 

 

[Note:  Compared to typical internet references of 2016, the following come from 17-18 years earlier and may look a bit odd in comparison.  Original combination of capitalization and lower case is retained.]

 

 

           

 

Primary Sources

(including collections of source materials)

(both hard copy and electronic)

 

 

Adams, George B., and H. Morse Stephens.  Select Documents of English Constitutional History.  New York:  Macmillan Company, 1901.

           

Aland, Kurt.  Martin Luther’s 95 Theses:  With the Pertinent Documents from the     History of the Reformation.  Saint Louis [Missouri]:  Concordia Publishing House, 1967.

 

[Anonymous].  “The Suppression of Oxford’s Monasteries--The Surrender of Oseney Abbeny.”  Includes text of November 17, 1539 Deed of Surrender.  http://madhatter.chch.ox.ac. uk/chchcath/osney/suppress.html)  AOL Netfind.  August 22, 1997.

 

Ashley, Leonard R. N.  Elizabethan Popular Culture.  Bowling Green, Ohio:  Bowling Green State University Popular Press, 1988.

 

Bray, Gerald.  Documents of the English Reformation.  Minneapolis [Minnesota]:  Fortress Press, 1994.

 

Brooks, Peter Newman.  Cranmer in Context:  Documents from the English Reformation.  Minneapolis:  Fortress Press, 1989.

 

Calvin, John.  Calvin’s Calvinism:  Treatises on the Eternal Predestination of God; the Secret Providence of God.  Translated by Henry Cole.  Grand Rapids, Michigan:  Reformed Free Publishing Association, [n.d.]  (http://poconos.net/-reformed/documents/ calvin/calvin_predestination.html)  AOL Netfind.  September 8, 1997.

 

Calvin, John.  “John Calvin’s Comments on Why Credenda’s Guitar Chords Are Not Included in the Public Worship of Protestant Churches.”  (http://www.idontkno.

ab.ca./books/newslett/actualnls/GBpsCA.htm)  Lycos.  August 27, 1997.

 

Calvin, John.   Institutes of the Christian Religion.  Translated by Henry Beveridge.  (http://www.smartlink.net/-/dougla/calvin/)  AOL Netfind.  September 8, 1997.

           

Cross, Claire.  The Royal Supremacy in the Elizabethan Church.  Documents section:  115-224.  New York:  Barnes and Noble, Inc., 1969. 

           

Edward VI, [King].  The Chronicle and Political Papers of King Edward VI.  New York:  Cornell University Press for the Folger Shakespeare Library, 1966.

 

Elton, G. R.  The Tudor Constitution:  Documents and Commentary.  Cambridge:  At the University Press, 1960; reprint, 1965.

 

Erasmus, Desiderius.  “A Journey for Religion’s Sake.”  In Scheming Papists and Lutheran Fools:  Five Reformation Satires, 88-117.  Selected and translated by Erika Rummel.  New York:  Fordham University Press, 1993.

 

Kenyon, J. P.  The Stuart Constitution, 1603-1688:  Documents and Commentary.  Second Edition.  Cambridge:  Cambridge University Press, 1986.

 

Levine, Joseph M.  Elizabeth I.  (In the Great Lives Observed series).  Englewood Cliffs, N.J.:  Prentice-Hall, Inc., 1969.

 

Luther, Martin.  “Martin Luther:  95 Theses, 1517.”  (English translation)  (http://www.fordham.edu/halsall/source/luther95.txt)  AOL Netfind.  August 23, 1997.

 

Luther, Martin.  “Martin Luther:  95  Theses, 1517--in Latin.”  (http://www.fordham.edu/halsall/source/95theses-latin.txt)  AOL Netfind.  August 23, 1997.

 

Melanchthon, Philip.  “Philip Melanchthon (1497-1560.”  Complete text of various of his writings.  (http://www.iclnet.org/pub/resources/text/wittenberg/wittenberg-melan.html)  AOL Netfind.  September 8, 1997. 

 

Metropolitan Bible Church.  “Bible Resources and Commentaries.”  Links to John Calvin’s Biblical commentaries.  (http:www.igs.net/vfl/bible-resources.html)  AOL Netfind.  September 8, 1997.

 

McGinn, Donald J.  The Admonition Controversy.  Documents section:  145-539.  New Brunswick [New Jersey]:  Rutgers University Press, 1949.

 

Murner, Thomas.  “The Great Lutheran Fool.”  In Scheming Papists and Lutheran Fools:  Five Reformation Satires, 72-87.  Selected and translated by Erika Rummel.  New York:  Fordham University Press, 1993.    

 

Tanner, J. R.  Constitutional Documents of the Reign of James I:  A.D. 1603-1625, with an Historical Commentary.  Cambridge:  At the University Press, 1930.

 

Tyndale, William.  Tyndale’s Old Testament:  Being the Pentateuch of 1530, Joshua to 2 Chronicles of 1537, and Jonah.  Edited into modern-spelling and with an “Introduction” by David Daniell.  New Haven [Connecticut]:  Yale University Press, 1992.

 

Worth, Jr., Roand H.  Bible Translations:  A History through Source Documents.  Jefferson, North Carolina:  MacFarland & Company, Inc., Publishers, 1992.

 

Wycliffe, John.  Full text of gospel of Luke.  In Mark Davies. “Polyglot Bible (The Gospel of St. Luke):  Old English/Middle English/Early Modern English/Modern English.”  (http://138.87.135.33/bibl-eng/bible.htm)  AOL Netfind.  September 18, 1997. 

 

Wycliffe, John.  Lengthy partial text of “Prologue” to the Wycliffe Bible.  In James M. Olan.  “The Wycliffite Bible:  From the Prologue.”  Merdieval English Political Writing.  (http:rodent.lib.rochester.edu/CAMELOT/teams/wyclif.htm)  AolNetfind.  September 15, 1997.  

 

Youings, Joyce.  The Dissolution of the Monasteries.  Documents section:  133-253.  New York:  Barnes and Noble, Inc., 1971.

 

Yule, George.  Puritans in Politics:  The Religious Legislation of the Long Parliament, 1640-1647.  Documents section:  279-403.  [Great Britain:]  Sutton Courtenay Press, 1981.

           

 

 

 

Secondary Sources

 

 

 

Books

 

 

Albert, Marvin H.  The Divorce.  New York:  Simon and Schuster, 1965.

 

Andersson, Christine.  “Popular Imagery in German Reformation Broadsheets.”  In Print and Culture in the Renaissance:  Essays on the Advent of Printing in Europe, 120-150.  Edited by Gerald P. Tyson and Sylvia S. Wagonheim.  Newark:  University of Delaware Press, 1986.   

 

Ashley, Maurice.   England in the Seventeenth Century (1603-1714).   Baltimore, Maryland:  Penguin Books, 1952; 1962 reprint. 

 

Babbage, Stuart B.  Puritanism and Richard Bancroft.  London:  SPCK, 1962.

 

Barker, Henry.  English Bible Versions.  New York:  Edwin S. Gorham, Publisher, 1907. 

 

Bindoff, S. T.   Tudor England.  ("The Pelican History of England," volume 5).  Baltimore, Maryland:   Penguin Books, 1950; 1965 reprint.

           

Bouwsma, William J.  John Calvin:  A Sixteenth Century Portrait.  New York:  Oxford University Press, 1988.

 

Bowker, Margaret.  The Henrician Reformation:  The Diocese of Lincoln under John Longland, 1521-1547.  Cambridge:  Cambridge University Press, 1981.

 

Bowker, Margaret.  “The Henrician Reformation and the Parish Clergy.”  In The English Reformation Revised, 75-93.  Edited by Christopher Haigh.  Cambridge:  Cambridge University Press, 1987.

 

Bradshaw, Brendan.  “Bishop John Fisher, 1469-1535:  The Man and His Work.”  In Humanism, Reform and the Reformation:  The Career of Bishop John Fisher, 1-24.  Cambridge:  Cambridge University Press, 1989.

 

Brook, V. J. K.  Whitgift and the English Church.  London:  English Universities Press, Ltd., 1957.

 

Bruce, F. F.  History of the Bible in English.  New York:  Oxford University Press, 1978.

 

Butterworth, Charles C.  The Literary Lineage of the King James Bible, 1340-1611.  Philadelphia:  University of Pennsylvania Press, 1941.

           

Cameron, Euan.  “The Late Renaissance and the Unfolding Reformation in Europe.”  In Humanism and Reform:  The Church in Europe, England, and Scotland, 1400-1643, 15-36.  Edited by James Kirk.  Oxford:   Blackwell Publishers for the Ecclesiastical History Society, 1991.

 

Campbell, W. E.  Erasmus, Tyndale and More.  London:  Eyre & Spottiswoode, 1949.

           

Cereghin, John.  In Defence of Erasmus.  Collingswood, New Jersey:  The Bible for Today, n.d.  (As reprinted at length at http://www.watch.pair.com.eramus.html) Magellan.  August 31, 1997.  This site also contains lengthy extracts from    Samuel C. Gipp’s “The Reformer, from his The Answer Book and David Otis Fuller’s “Desiderius Erasmus:  Renaissance Scholar” from his Which Bible?  

 

Chadwick, Henry.  “Royal Ecclesiastical Supremacy.”  In Humanism, Reform and the Reformation:  The Career of Bishop John Fisher, 169-203.  Cambridge:  Cambridge University Press, 1989.

 

Chapman, Hester W.  The Challenge of Anne Boleyn.  New York:  Coward, McCann & Geoghegan, Inc., 1974.

           

Collinson, Patrick.  “Towards a Broader Understanding of the Early Dissenting Tradition.”  In The Dissenting Tradition:  Essays for Leland H. Carlson, 3-38.  Edited by C. Robert Cole and Michael E. Moody.  Athens,  [Ohio]:  Ohio University Press, 1975.

           

Coggan, Donald.  “Spirit, Bible and Preaching Today with Special Reference to William Tyndale.”  In The Bible, the Reformation and the Church:  Essays in Honour of James Atkinson, 73-83.  Edited by W. P. Stephens.  Journal for the Study of the New Testament Supplement Series 105.  Sheffield, England:  Sheffield Academic Press, 1995. 

 

Cross, Claire.  “Monastic Learning and Libraries in Sixteenth-Century Yorkshire.”  In Humanism and Reform:  The Church in Europe, England, and Scotland, 1400-1643, 255-269.  Edited by James Kirk.  Oxford:  Blackwell Publishers for the Ecclesiastical History Society, 1991.

 

Curtis, Mark H.  “Trials of a Puritan in Jacobin Lancashire.”  In The Dissenting Tradition:  Essays for Leland H. Carlson, 78-99.  Edited by C. Robert Cole and Michael E. Moody.  Athens,  [Ohio]:  Ohio University Press, 1975.

 

Daniell, David.  William Tyndale:  A Biography.  New Haven:  Yale University Press, 1994.

           

Dawley, Powel M.  John Whitgift and the Reformation.  New York:  Charles Scribner's Sons, 1954; First British Edition, London:  Adam and Charles.

 

DeMolen, Richard L.  “The Interior Erasmus.”  In Leaders of the Reformation, 11-42.  Edited by Richard L. DeMolen.  Selinsgrove:  Susquehanna University Press, 1984.

 

Dickens, A. G.  “Heresy and the Origins of English Protestantism.”  In Britain and the Netherlands, 2, edited by J. S. Bromley and E. H. Kossmann (Groningen:  J. B. Wolters, 1964):  47-66.  As reprinted in A. G. Dickens, Reformation Studies, 323-352.  London:  Hambledon Press, 1982.

 

Dickens, A. G.  “Robert Holgate, Archbishop of York and President of the King’s Council of the North.”  St. Anthony’s Hall Publications 8 (1955).  As reprinted in A. G. Dickens, Reformation Studies, 323-352.  London:  Hambledon Press, 1982.

 

Dickens, A. G.  “Some Popular Reactions to the Edwardian Reformation in Yorkshire.”  Yorkshire Archaeological Journal 34 (1939):  151-169.  As reprinted in A. G. Dickens, Reformation Studies, 21-39.  London:  Hambledon Press, 1982.

 

Dickens, A. G.  “The Protestant Reformation in England and France.”  In Britain and France:  Ten Centuries, edited by Johnson, Crouzet and Bedarida (Folkestone:  Dawson, 1980), 66-76, 367-368.  As reprinted in A. G. Dickens, Reformation Studies, 457-470.  London:  Hambledon Press, 1982.

 

Dickens, A. G.  Thomas Cromwell and the English Reformation.  London:  English Universities Press, Ltd., 1959.

                       

Dowling, Maria.  Cranmer as Humanist Reformer.”   In Thomas Cranmer:  Churchman and Scholar, 89-114.  Edited by Paul Ayris and David Selwyn.  Woodbridge [England]:  The Boydell Press, 1993.

 

Duffy, Eamon.  Cranmer and Popular Religion.”   In Thomas Cranmer:  Churchman and Scholar, 199-215.  Edited by Paul Ayris and David Selwyn.  Woodbridge  [England]:  The Boydell Press, 1993.

 

Duffy, Eamon.  The Stripping of the Altars:  Traditional Religion in England, c. 1400-c.1580.  New Haven, Connecticut:  Yale University Press, 1992.

           

Einstein, Elizabeth L.  “The Advent of Printing and the Protestant Revolt:  A New Approach to the Disruption of Western Christendom.”  In Transition and Revolution:  Problems and Issues of European Renaissance and Reformation History, 235-270.   Edited by Robert M. Kingdon.  Minneapolis, Minnesota:  Burgess Publishing Company, 1974.

           

Elton, G. R.  Policy and Police:  The Enforcement of the Reformation in the Age of Thomas Cromwell.  Cambridge:  Cambridge University Press, 1972.

 

Elton, Geoffrey  England and the Continent in the Sixteenth Century.”  In Reform and Reformation:  England and the Continent:  c1500-c1750, 1-16.  Edited by Derek Baker.    Oxford:  Basil Blackwell for the Ecclesiastical History Society, 1979.

 

Erickson, Carolly.  Bloody Mary.  New York:  St. Martin's Press, 1978.

           

Erickson, Carolly.  Great Harry:  The Extravagant Life of Henry VIII.   New York:  Summit Books, 1980.

           

Ferrell, Lori Anne.  “Kneeling and the Body Politic.”  In Religion, Literature, and Politics in Post-Reformation England, 1540-1688, 70-92.  Edited by Donna B.  Hamilton and Richard Strier.  Cambridge [England]:  Cambridge University Press, 1996.

           

Fideler, Paul A.  "Poverty, Policy and Providence:  The Tudors and the Poor."   In Political Thought and the Tudor Commonwealth:  Deep Structure, Discourse and Disguise, 194-222.  Edited by Paul A. Fideler and T. F. Mayer.  New York:  Routledge:  1992.

 

Fielding, John.  Armianism in the Localities:  Peterborough Diocese, 1603-1642.”  In The Early Stuart Church, 1603-1642, 93-113.  Edited by Kenneth Fincham.  Stanford, California:  Stanford University Press, 1993.

 

Fincham, Kenneth.  “Introduction.”  In The Early Stuart Church, 1603-1642, 1-22.  Edited by Kenneth Fincham.   Stanford, California:  Stanford University Press, 1993.

 

Fisher, F. J.  "The Growth of London."  In The English Revolution, 1600-1660, 76-86.  Edited by E. W. Ives.  New York:  Barnes & Noble, Inc., 1968; U.S. edition, 1969.

 

Fraser, Antonia.  Faith and Treason:  The Story of the Gunpowder Plot.  New York:  Doubleday, 1996.

           

Fuller, David Otis.  Desiderius Erasmus:  Renaissance Scholar” in his Which Bible.  Grand Rapids, Michigan:  International Publishers, 1970.  (As reprinted at length at http://www.watch.pair.com/erasmus.html)  Magellan.  August 31, 1997.  This site also contains long extracts from John Cereghin, In Defense of Erasmus, and Samuel C. Gipp, “The Reformer,” in his The Answer Book.

 

Gogan, Brian.  “Fisher’s View of the Church.”  In Humanism, Reform and the Reformation:  The Career of Bishop John Fisher, 131-154.  Cambridge:  Cambridge University Press, 1989.

 

Gordon, Bruce.  “Preaching and the Reform of the Clergy in the Swiss Reformation.”  In The Reformation of the Parishes:  The Ministry and the Reformation in Town and Country, 63-84.   Edited by Andrew Pettegree.  Manchester [England]:  Manchester University Press, 1993. 

           

Gordon, Bruce.  “Switzerland.”  In The Early Reformation in Europe, 70-93.  Edited by Andrew Pettegree, 70-93.  Cambridge:  Cambridge University Press, 1992.

 

Gottfried, Robert S.  Doctors and Medicine in Medieval England, 1340-1530.  Princeton, N.J.:  Princeton University Press, 1986.

 

Greaves, R. L.  “The Nature of the Puritan Tradition.”  In Reformation, Conformity and Dissent:  Essays in Honour of Geoffrey Nuttall.  Edited by R. Buick Knox, 255-273.  London:  Epworth Press, 1977.

 

Gunn, S. J., and P. G. Lindley.  "Introduction."   In Cardinal Wolsey:  Church, State and Art.  Edited by S. J. Gunn and P. G. Lindley, 1-53.   Cambridge:  Cambridge University Press, 1991. 

           

Guy, John.  "Wolsey, Cromwell and the Reform of Government."  In  The Reign of Henry VIII:  Politics, Policy and Piety, 13-34.  Edited by Diarmaid MacCulloch.  London:   Macmillan Press, Ltd., 1995.

           

Haigh, Christopher.  “Anticlericalism and the English Reformation.”  In The English Reformation Revised, 56-74.  Edited by Christopher Haigh.  Cambridge:  Cambridge University Press, 1987.

 

Haigh, Christopher.  “Conclusion.”  In The English Reformation Revised, 209-215.  Edited by Christopher Haigh.  Cambridge:  Cambridge University Press, 1987.

 

Haigh, Christopher.  “Introduction.”  In The English Reformation Revised, 1-17.  Edited by Christopher Haigh.  Cambridge:  Cambridge University Press, 1987.

 

Haigh, Christopher, “The Continuity of Catholicism in the English Reformation.”  In The English Reformation Revised, 176-208.  Edited by Christopher Haigh.  Cambridge:  Cambridge University Press, 1987.

 

Haigh, Christopher.  “The Recent Historiogrpahy of the English Reformation.”  In The English Reformation Revised, 19-33.  Edited by Christopher Haigh.  Cambridge:  Cambridge University Press, 1987.

 

Hall, Basil.  Cranmer’s Relations with Erasmianism and Lutheranism.”  In Thomas Cranmer:  Churchman and Scholar, 3-37.   Edited by Paul Ayris and David Selwyn.   Woodbridge [England]:  The Boydell Press, 1993.

 

Haugaard, William P.  “The Bible in the Anglican Reformation.”  In Anglicanism    and the Bible, 11-80.  Edited by Frederick H. Borsch.  Wilton, Connecticut:  Morehouse Barlow, 1984.

             

Heal, Felicity.  “Economic Problems of the Clergy.”  In Church and Society in England:  Henry VIII to James I, 99-118.  Edited by Felicity Heal and Rosemary O’Day.  Hamden, Connecticut:  Archon Books, 1977.

 

Heal, Felicity.  Of Prelates and Princes:  A Study of the Economic and Social Position of the Tudor Episcopate.  Cambridge:  Cambridge University Press, 1980.

 

Heal, Felicity, and Rosemary O’Day.  “Introduction.”  In Church and Society in England:  Henry VIII to James I, 1-14.  Edited by Felicity Heal and Rosemary O’Day.  Hamden, Connecticut:  Archon Books, 1977.

 

Hibbert, Christopher. The Virgin Queen:  Elizabeth I, Genius of the Golden Age.     New York:  Addison-Wesley Publishing Company, Inc., 1991.

           

Hill, Christopher.  “Occasional Conformity.”  In Reformation, Conformity and

Dissent:  Essays in Honour of Geoffrey Nuttall, 199-220.  Edited by R. Buick Knox.  London:  Epworth Press, 1977.

 

Hoyle, Richard.  "War and Public Finance."  In The Reign of Henry VIII:  Politics, Policy and Piety,  75-99.  Edited by Diarmaid MacCulloch.  London:  Macmillan Press, Ltd., 1995.

 

Hurstfield, Joel.  “Gunpowder Plot and the Politics of Dissent.”  In Early Stuart Studies:  Essays in Honor of David Harris Willson, 95-121.  Edited by Howard S. Reinmuth, Jr.  Minneapolis:  University of Minnesota Press, 1970.

 

Ives, Eric.  Anne Boleyn.  Oxford [England]:  Basil Blackwell, 1986; paperback edition, 1988.

           

Ives, Eric.  "Henry VIII:  The Political Perspective."  In The Reign of Henry VIII:  Politics, Policy and Piety, 1-11.  Edited by Diarmaid MacCulloch.  London:  Macmillan Press, Ltd., 1995.

 

Jones, J. R.  Britain and Europe in The Seventeenth Century.  New York:  W. W. Norton, Inc., 1966.

 

Jones, Norman L.  "William Cecil and the Making of Economic Policy in the 1560s and Early 1570s."  In Political Thought and the Tudor Commonwealth:  Deep Structure, Discourse and Disguise, edited by Paul A. Fideler and T. F. Mayer, 169-193.  New York:  Routledge:  1992.

 

Jordan, W. K. Edward VI:  The Threshold of Power--The Dominance of the Duke of Northumberland.   Cambridge, Massachusetts:  Belknap Press of the Harvard University Press, 1970.

           

Jordan, W. K.  Edward VI:  The Young King--The Protectorship of the Duke of Somerset. Cambridge, Massachusetts:  Belknap Press of the Harvard University Press, 1968.

 

Kaufman, Peter I.  The “Polytyque Churche:  Religion and Early Tudor Political Culture, 1485-1516.  Macon, Georgia:  Mercer University Press, 1986.

 

Kingdon, Robert M.  “General Introduction.”  In Transition and Revolution:  Problems and Issues of European Renaissance and Reformation History, 1-11.  Edited by Robert M. Kingdon.  Minneapolis, Minnesota:  Burgess Publishing Company, 1974.

 

Kingdon, Robert M.  “Was the Protestant Reformation a Revolution?  The Case of Geneva.”  In Transition and Revolution:  Problems and Issues of European Renaissance and Reformation History, 53-77.  Edited by Robert M. Kingdon.  Minneapolis, Minnesota:  Burgess Publishing Company, 1974.

 

Kitching, Christopher.  “The Disposal of Monastic and Chantry Lands.”  In Church and Society in England:  Henry VIII to James I, 119-136.  Edited by Felicity Heal and Rosemary O’Day.  Hamden, Connecticut:  Archon Books, 1977.

 

Knox, S. J.  Walter Travers:  Paragon of Elizabethan Puritanism.  London:  Methuen & Company, Ltd, 1962.

 

Kumin, Beat.  “Parish Finance and the Early Tudor Clergy.”  In The Reformation of the Parishes:  The Ministry and the Reformation in Town and Country, 43-62.  Edited by Andrew Pettegree.  Manchester [England]:  Manchester University Press, 1993. 

 

Lake, Peter.  "Lancelot Andrewes, John Buckeridge, and Avant-Garde Conformity at the Court of James I."  In The Mental World of the Jacobean Court, 13-133.  Edited by Linda L. Peck.  New York:  Cambridge University Press, 1991.

           

Lander, Stephen.  “Church Courts and the Reformation in the Diocese of Chichester, 1500-1558.”  In The English Reformation Revised, 34-55.  Edited by Christopher             Haigh.  Cambridge:  Cambridge University Press, 1987.

 

Lee, Maurice, Jr.  Government by Pen:  Scotland under James VI and I.  Urbana, Illinois:  University of Illinois Press, 1980.

           

Lehmberg, Stanford E.  The Reformation of Cathedrals:  Cathedrals in English Society, 1485-1603.  Princeton, New Jersey:  Princeton University Press, 1988.

           

Liechty, Daniel.  Sabbatarianism in the Sixteenth Century:  A Page in the History of the Radical Reformation.  Berrien Springs, Michigan:  Andrews University Press, 1993.

 

Lindberg, Carter.  Beyond Charity:  Reformation Initiatives for the Poor.  Minneapolis, Minnesota:  Fortress Press, 1993.

 

Lindley, P. G.  "Playing Check-Mate with Royal Majesty?  Wolsey's Patronage of Italian Renaissance Sculpture."   In Cardinal Wolsey:  Church, State and Art, edited by S. J. Gunn and P. G. Lindley, 261-285.  Cambridge:  Cambridge University Press, 1991. 

 

Lindsey, Karen.  Divorced, Beheaded, Survived:  A Feminist Reinterpretation of the Wives of Henry VIII.  New York:  Addison-Wesley Publishing Company, 1995.

           

Loades, David.  Revolution in Religion:  The English Reformation, 1530-1570.  Cardiff:  University of Wales Press, 1992.

 

Loades, D. M.  The Oxford Martyrs.  In the Historic Trials series.  New York:  Stein and Day, 1970.

 

Lupton, Lewis.  [Miles Coverdale:]  Heaven.  Volume 12 of A History of the Geneva Bible.  London, England:  The Olive Tree, 1980.  

 

Lupton, Lewis.  The Quarrel.  Volume 1 of A History of the Geneva Bible.  London, England:  The Olive Tree, 1966.

           

Lupton, Lewis.  Towards King James, 1535-1568:  Introductory Volume to the Authorised Version.  Volume 22 of A History of the Geneva Bible.  London:  England:  The Olive Tree, 1990.

 

Lupton, Lewis.  Tyndale:  The Martyr.  Volume 19 of A History of the Geneva Bible.  London, England:  The Olive Tree, 1987.

           

Lupton, Lewis.  Tyndale:  The Translator.  Volume 18 of A History of the Geneva Bible.  London, England:  The Olive Tree, 1986. 

 

Luxton, Imogen.  “The Reformation and Popular Culture.”  In Church and Society in England:  Henry VIII to James I, 57-77.  Edited by Felicity Heal and Rosemary O’Day.  Hamden, Connecticut:  Archon Books, 1977.

 

MacCulloch, Diarmaid.  “England.”  In The Early Reformation in Europe, 166-187.  Edited by Andrew Pettegree.  Cambridge:  Cambridge University Press, 1992.

 

MacCulloch, Diarmaid.  The Latter Reformation in England:  1547-1603.  New York:  St. Marin’s Press, 1990.

           

MacCulloch, Diarmaid.  Thomas Cranmer:  A Life.  New Haven:  Yale University Press, 1996.

           

Maltby, Judith.  “ ‘By this Book’:  Parisioners, the Prayer Book and the Established Church.”  In The Early Stuart Church, 1603-1642.  In The Early Stuart Church, 1603-1642, 115-137.  Edited by Kenneth Fincham.  Stanford, California:  Stanford University Press, 1993.  

 

Manning, Roger B.  Religion and Society in Elizabethan Sussex:  A Study of the Enforcement of the Religious Settlement, 1558-1603.  [Bristol]:  Leicester            University Press, 1969.

 

Marchant, Ronald A.  The Church under the Law:  Justice, Administration and Discipline in the Diocese of York, 1560-1640.  Cambridge:  At the University Press, 1969.

           

Marius, Richard.  Thomas More.  New York:  Alfred A. Knopf, 1984.

           

Marshall, Peter.  The Catholic Priesthood and the English Reformation.  Oxford:  Clarendon Press, 1994.

           

Martz, Louis L.  Thomas More:  The Search for the Inner Man.  New Haven:  Yale University Press, 1990.

 

Matthew, David.  The Couriers of Henry VIII.  [Great Britain:]  Eyre & Spottiswoode, 1970.

 

McConica, James K.   English Humanists and Reformation Politics under Henry VIII and Edward VI.  Oxford:  Clarendon Press, 1965.

 

McMurtry, Jo. Understanding Shakespeare's England:  A Companion for the American Reader.   Hamden, Connecticut:  Archon Books, 1989.

 

Meyer, Carl S.  Elizabeth I and the Religious Settlement of 1559.  Saint Louis, [Missouri]:  Concordia Publishing House, 1960.

           

Mozley, J. F.  Coverdale and His Bibles.  London:  Lutterworth Press, 1953.

           

Nicholls, David.  “France.”  In The Early Reformation in Europe, 120-141.   Edited by Andrew Pettegree.  Cambridge:  Cambridge University Press, 1992.

 

O’Day, Rosemary.  The Debate on the English Reformation.  London:  Methuen, 1986.

 

Oxley, James E.  The Reformation in Essex.  Manchester [Great Britain]:  Manchester University Press, 1965.

           

Ozment, Steven.  “Luther and the Late Middle Ages:  The Formation of Reformation Thought.”  In Transition and Revolution:  Problems and Issues of European Renaissance and Reformation History, 109-129.  Edited by Robert M. Kingdon.  Minneapolis, Minnesota:  Burgess Publishing Company, 1974.

 

Palliser, D. M.  “Popular Reactions to the Reformation during the Years of Uncertainty, 1530-1570.”  In The English Reformation Revised, 94-113.  Edited by Christopher Haigh.  Cambridge:  Cambridge University Press, 1987.

 

Palliser, D. M.  “Popular Reactions to the Reformation during the Years of Uncertainty.”  In Church and Society in England:  Henry VIII to James I, 35-56.  Edited by Felicity Heal and Rosemary O’Day.  Hamden, Connecticut:  Archon Books, 1977.

 

Parkinson, C. Northcote.  Gunpowder, Treason and Plot.  New York:  St. Martin's Press, 1976.

           

Patterson, Annabel.  “Sir John Oldcastle as Symbol of Reformation Historiography.”  In Religion, Literature, and Politics in Post-Reformation England, 1540-1688, 6-26.  Edited by Donna B. Hamilton and Richard Strier.  Cambridge [England]:         Cambridge University Press, 1996.

 

Peck, Linda L.  "The Mentality of a Jacobean Grandee."  In  The Mental World of the Jacobean Court,  148-168. Edited by Linda L. Peck.  New York:  Cambridge University Press, 1991.

 

Pettegree, Andrew.  “The Early Reformation in Europe.”  In The Early Reformation in Europe, 1-22.  Edited by Andrew Pettegree.  Cambridge:  Cambridge University Press, 1992.

 

Plant, Marjorie.  The English Book Trade.  1939 Second Edition.  Reprint, London:  George Allen & Unwin Ltd., 1965.

           

Plowden, Alison.  Danger to Elizabeth:  The Catholics under Elizabeth I.  New York:  Stein and Day, 1973.

 

Porter, H. C.  “Fisher and Erasmus.”  In Humanism, Reform and the Reformation:  The Career of Bishop John Fisher, 81-101.  Cambridge:  Cambridge University Press, 1989.

 

Questier, Michael C.  Conversion, Politics and Religion in England, 1580-1625.  Cambridge [England]:  Cambridge University Press, 1996.

 

Rex, Richard.  “The Polemcial Theologian.”  In Humanism, Reform and the Reformation:  The Career of Bishop John Fisher, 109-130.  Cambridge:  Cambridge University Press, 1989.

 

Richardson, R. C.  Puritanism in North-west England:  A Regional Study of the Diocese of Chester to 1642.   Manchester [Great Britain]:   Manchester University        Press/Rowman & Littlefield, Publishers, 1972.

 

Ridley, Jasper.  Statesman and Saint:  Cardinal Wolsey, Sir Thomas More, and the Politics of Henry VIII.  New York:  Viking Press, 1982.

 

Ridley, Jasper.  Thomas Cranmer.  Oxford:  Clarendon Press, 1962.

           

Rummel, Erika.  “Introduction.”  In Scheming Papists and Lutheran Fools:  Five Reformation Satires, selected and translated by Erika Rummel, 1-7.  New York:  Fordham University Press, 1993.    

           

Scarisbrick, J. J.  Henry VIII.  Berkeley, California:  University of California Press, 1968; 1970 reprint.

           

Scott, Otto J.  James I.  New York:  Mason/Charter, 1976.

           

Sheils, W. J.  “Religion in Provincial Towns:  Innovation and Tradition.”  In Church and Society in England:  Henry VIII to James I, 156-176.  Edited by Felicity Heal and Rosemary O’Day.  Hamden, Connecticut:  Archon Books, 1977.

 

Singman, Jeffrey L.  Daily Life in Elizabethan England.  Westport, Connecticut:  Greenwood Press, 1995.

 

Slack, Paul.  “Social Policy and the Constraints of Government, 1547-58.”  In The Mid-Tudor Polity, c. 1540-1560, 94-115.   Totowa, New Jersey:  Rowman and Littlefield, 1980.

 

Somerset, Anne.  Elizabeth I.  New York:  Alfred A. Knopf, 1991.

           

Spitz, Lewis W.  “Humanism and the Reformation.”  In Transition and Revolution:  Problems and Issues of European Renaissance and Reformation History, 153-167.  Edited by Robert M. Kingdon.  Minneapolis, Minnesota:  Burgess Publishing Company, 1974.

 

Stephens, W. P.  “Zwingli and the Salvation of the Gentiles.”  In The Bible, the Reformation and the Church:  Essays in Honour of James Atkinson, 224-244.  Edited by W. P. Stephens.  Journal for the Study of the New Testament Supplement Series 105.  Sheffield, England:  Sheffield Academic Press, 1995. 

 

Thompson, W. D. J. Cargill.  “Sir Francis Knollys’ Campaign against the Jure Divino Theory of Episcopacy.”  In The Dissenting Tradition:  Essays for Leland H. Carlson, 39-77.  Edited by C. Robert Cole and Michael E. Moody.  Athens, [Ohio]:  Ohio University Press, 1975.

 

Tittler, Robert.  “The Emergence of Urban Policy, 1536-58.”  In The Mid-Tudor Polity, c. 1540-1560, 74-93.  Edited by Robert Tittler and Jennifer Loach.  Totowa, New Jersey:  Rowman and Littlefield, 1980. 

  

Trevelyan, G. M.   The Age of Shakespeare and the Stuart Period.  Volume Two of Illustrated English Social History.  1942; New York:  David McKay Company, Inc., 1969.

 

Trevelyan, G. M.   Chaucer's England & The Early Tudors.  Volume One of Illustrated English Social History.  1942; New York:  David McKay Company, Inc., 1969.

           

Trevelyan, G. M.  England under the Stuarts.  1904; reprint, New York:  Barnes & Noble, 1965.

 

Tyacke, Nicolas.  “Archbishop Laud.”  In The Early Stuart Church, 1603-1642, 51-69.  Edited by Kenneth Fincham.  Stanford, California:  Stanford University Press, 1993.

 

Vercors [Jean Bruller].  Anne Boleyn.  Translated from the French by Alexander MacLehose. Woodstock, New York:  The Overlook Press, 1989.

 

Wall, John N.  “The Reformation in England and the Typographical Revolution:  ‘By this Printing . . . the doctrine of the Gospel Soundeth to All Nations.”    In Print and Culture in the Renaissance:  Essays on the Advent of Printing in Europe, 208-221.  Edited by Gerald P. Tyson and Sylvia S. Wagonheim.  Newark:  University of Delaware Press, 1986.   

                       

Walton, Robert C.  “Zwingli:  Founding Father of the Reformed Churches.”  In Leaders of the Reformation, 43-68.  Edited by Richard L. DeMolen.  Selinsgrove:  Susquehanna University Press, 1984.

 

Warnicke, Retha M.  The Rise and Fall of Anne Boleyn:  Family Politics at the Court of Henry VIII.  New York:  Cambridge University Press, 1989. 

 

Whiting, Robert.  The Blind Devotion of the People:  Popular Religion and the English Reformation.  Cambridge:  Cambridge University Press, 1989.

           

Whiting, Robert.  "Local Responses to the Henrician Reformation."  In The Reign of Henry VIII:  Politics, Policy and Piety, 203-226.  Edited by Diarmaid MacCulloch.  London:  Macmillan Press, Ltd., 1995.

 

Williams, C. H.  William Tyndale.  Stanford, California:  Stanford University Press, 1969.

           

Williams, Neville.  The Cardinal and the Secretary:  Thomas Wolsey and Thomas Cromwell.  New York:  Macmillan Publishing Company, 1975.

           

Williams, Penry.  Life in Tudor England.  London:  B. T. Batsford, Ltd., 1964; 1969 printing.

           

Woolrych, Austin.  "Puritanism, Politics and Society."  In The English Revolution, 600-1660, 87-100.  Edited by E. W. Ives.  New York:  Barnes & Noble, Inc., 1968; U.S. edition, 1969.

 

Wormald, Jenny.  "James VI and I, Basilikon Doron and The Trew Law of Free Monarchies:  The Scottish Context and the English Translation."   In The Mental World of the Jacobean Court,  36-54. Edited by Linda L. Peck.  New York:  Cambridge University Press, 1991.

             

Wrightson, Keith.  English Society:  1580-1680.  New Brunswick, N.J.:  Rutgers University Press, 1982; 1992 reprint.

 

Wunderli, Richard M.  London Church Courts and Society on the Eve of the Reformation.  Cambridge, Massachusetts:  Medieval Academy of America, 1981.

           

 

 

 

Articles

 

[Note:  Subtitle for Sixteenth Century Journal varies
due to the publication altering it.]

 

 

Anderson, Marvin W.  “William Tyndale (d. 1536):  A Martyr for All Seasons.”  Sixteenth Century Journal:  A Journal for Renaissance and Reformation Students and Scholars 17 (Fall 1986):  331-352. 

 

Aston, Margaret.  Lollard Women Priests?”  Journal of Ecclesiastical History 31 October 1980):  444-453.

 

Barnes, G. L.  “Laity Formation:  The Role of Early English Printed Primers.”  Journal of Religious History 18 (December 1994):  139-157.

 

Beckwith, Roger.  “Extended Communion:  One Parish’s Experience--A Response.”  Churchman 100 (1986):  335-338.

 

Beckwith, Roger.  “Thomas Cranmer after Five Hundred Years.”  Churchman 104 (1990):  6-19.

 

Bergnall, Ake.  “Reason in Luther, Calvin, and Sidney.” Sixteenth Century Journal:  The Journal of Early Modern Studies.  23 (Spring 1992):  115-127.

 

Biel, Pamela.  Bullinger Against the Donatists:  St. Augustine to the Defense of the Zurich Reformed Church.”  Journal of Religious History 16 (June 1991):  237-246.

 

Black, Joseph.  “The Rhetoric of Reaction:  The Martin Marprelate Tracts (1588-89), Anti-Martinism, and the Uses of Print in Early Modern England.” Sixteenth Century Journal:  The Journal of Early Modern Studies 28 (Fall 1997):  707-725. 

 

Booty, John E.  “Church and Commonwealth in the Reign of Edward VI.” Anglican Theological Review Supplement 7 (November 1976):  67-79.

 

Brigden, Susan.  “Tithe Controversy in Reformation London.”  Journal of Ecclesiastical History 32 (July 1981):  281-293.

 

Bromiley, Geoffrey W.  “A Fateful Anniversary [Death of Mary Tudor].” Christianity Today 2 (January 6, 1958):  11-13.

 

Bromiley, Geoffrey W.  “Tradition and Traditions in Thomas Cranmer.”  Anglican and Episcopal History 59 (December 1990):  467-478.

 

Brooks, Peter Newman.  “William Tyndale (?1494-1994):  A Quincentennial Tribute.”  Expository Times 106 (October 1994): 14-16.

 

Camilli, E. Michael.  Six Dialogues, 1566:  Initial Response to the Magdeburg Centuries.”  Archiv fur Reformationsgeschichte/Archive for Reformation History 86 (1995):  141-152.

 

Carlson, LeLand H.  “Archbishop John Whitgift:  His Supporters and Opponents.”  Anglican and Episcopal History 56 (September 1987):  285-301.

 

Chrisman, Miriam Usher.  “From Polemic to Propaganda:  The Development of Mass Persuasion in the Late Sixteenth Century.”  Archiv fur  Reformationsgeschichte/Archive for Reformation History 73 (1982):  175-195.

 

Clifford, Alan.  “Geneva Revisited or Calvinism Revised:  The Case for Theological Reassessment.”  Churchman 100 (1986): 323-334.

 

Coulton, Barbara.  “The Establishment of Protestantism in a Provincial Town:  A Study of Shewsbury in the Sixteenth Century.”  Sixteenth Century Journal (Summer 1996):  307-335.

 

Crofts, Richard.  “Books, Reform and the Reformation.”  Archiv fur  Reformations-geschichte/Archive for Reformation History 71 (1980):  21-35.

 

D’Alton, Craig W.  “The Trojan War of 1518:  Melodrama, Politics, and the Rise of Humanism.”  Sixteenth Century Journal:  The Journal of Early Modern Studies 28 (Fall 1997):  727-738.

 

Davis, John.  “Joan of Kent, Lollardry, and the English Reformation.”  Journal of Ecclesiastical History 33 (April 1982):  225-233.

 

Davis, Von J. F.  Lollardry and the Reformation in England.”  Archiv fur Reformations- geschichte/Archive for Reformation History 73 (1982):  217-236.

 

Dickens, A. G.  “The Early Expansion of Protestantism in England, 1520-1558.”  Archiv fr Reformationsgeschichte/Archive for Reformation History 78 (1987):  187-221.

 

Dickens A. G.  “The Teaching of Martin Luther.”  Baptist Quarterly:  Journal of the

Baptist Historical Society 30 (October 1983):  151-161.

 

Douglas, Jane D.  “Christian Freedom:  What Calvinism Learned at the School of Women.  Journal of Ecclesiastical History 35 (June 1984):  155-173

 

Douglas, James D.  “The King behind the [King James] Version.”  Christianity Today 19 (March 28, 1975):  6-8.

           

Doyle, Robert.  “The Death of Christ and the Doctrine of Grace in John Wycliffe.”

Churchman 99 (1985):  317-335.

 

Duffield, Gervase E. “William Tyndale & His New Testament.”  Churchman (1976):  44-48.

 

Duggan, Lawrence.  “Fear and Confession on the Eve of the Reformation.”  Archiv fur Reformationsgeschichte/Archive for Reformation History 75 (1984):  153-175.

 

Edwards, Mark U.  “Catholic Controversial Literature, 1518-1555:  Some Statistics.”  Archiv fur  Reformationsgeschichte/Archive for Reformation History 79 (1988):  189-204.

 

Elliott, Maurice.  Cranmer’s Attitude to the Episcopate:  Bishops, Priests and Deacons.”  Churchman 109 (1995):  317-326.

 

Enssle, Neal.  “Patterns of Godly Life:  The Ideal Parish Minister in Sixteenth- and Seventeenth-Century English Thought.” Sixteenth Century Journal:  The Journal of Early Modern Studies 28 (Spring 1997):  3-28.

 

Estrep, William R., Jr.  “On the Origins of English Baptists.”  Baptist History and Heritage 22 (1987):  19-26.

 

Estrep, William R., Jr.  “Thomas Helwys:  Bold Architect of Baptist Policy on Church-State Relations.”  Baptist History and Heritage 20 (1985):  24-34.

 

Ferry, Patrick.  “Preaching, Preachers, and the English Reformation under Edward VI:  1547-1553.”  Concordia Journal 18 (October 1992):  361-375.

 

Garrett, James L.  “Restitution and Dissent among Early English Baptists, Part 1.”  Baptist History and Heritage 12 (October 1977):  198-210.

 

Gatgounis II, George J.  “The Legal Theory of John Calvin.”  Churchman 110 (1996):  53-59.

 

Gatgounis II, George J.  “The Political Theory of John Calvin.”  Churchman 110 (1996):  60-75.

 

George, Timothy.  “The Translator’s Tale:  Celebrating the Five-Hundredth Birthday of William Tyndale, the Father of the English Bible.”  Christianity Today 38 (October 24, 1994):  36-38.

 

Greaves, Richard L.  “The Role of Women in Early English Nonconformity.”  Church History 52 (September 1983):  299-311.           

 

Haigh, Christopher.  “Puritan Evangelism in the Reign of Elizabeth I.”  English Historical Review 92 (January 1977):  30-58.

 

Haigh, Christopher.  “Revisionism, the Reformation and the History of English Catholicism.”  Journal of Ecclesiastical History 36 (July 1985):  394-406.

 

Hart, Jeffrey.  “Burn, Tyndale, Burn.”  National Review XLIV (October 13, 1997):  74-76.

 

Hayes, T. Wilson.  “The Peaceful Apocalypse:  Familism and Literacy in Sixteenth Century England.”  Sixteenth Century Journal:  A Journal for Renaissance     and Reformation Students and Scholars 17 (Summer 1986):  131-143.

 

Heinze, Rudi.  “Martin Luther--A Pathfinder?”  Churchman 100 (1986):  157-159.

 

Holajer, Judtih Y.  “Continuity and Discontinuity between the Medieval Mystics and the Spirituals of the Radical Reformation.” Baptist Quarterly:  Journal of the Baptist Historical Society 35 (January 1994):  229-242.

 

House, Seymour B.  “Sir Thomas More as Church Patron.”  Journal of Ecclesiastical History 40 (April 1989):  208-218.

 

Hudson, Winthrop S.   “Who Were the Baptists?”  Baptist Quarterly:  Journal of the Baptist Historical Society 16 (1956):  303-312.

 

Jonsson, Mar.  “Incest and the Word of God:  Early Sixteenth Century Protestant Disputes.”  Archiv fur  Reformationsgeschichte/Archive for Reformation History           85 (1994):  96-118.

 

Jurkowski, Maureen.  “Heresy and Factionalism at Merton College in the Early Fifteenth Century.”  Journal of Ecclesiastical History 48 (October 1997):  658-681.

 

Kibble, David G.  “The Reformation and the Eucharist.”  Churchman 94 (1980):  43-57.

 

Kyle, Richard.  “John Knox and the Purification of Religion:  The Intellectual Aspects of His Crusade against Idolatry.”  Archiv fur  Reformationsgeschichte/Archive for Reformation History 77 (1986):  265-280.

 

Luoma, John K.  “Restitution or Reformation:  Cartwright and Hooker on the Elizabethan Church.”  Historical Magazine of the Protestant Episcopal Church 46 (March 1977):  85-106.           

 

MacCulloch, Diarmaid.  “Catholic and Puritan in Elizabethan Suffolk:  A County Community Polarises.”  Archiv fur  Reformationsgeschichte/Archive for Reformation History 72 (1981):  232-287.

           

Macy, Gary.  “The Dogma of Transubstantiation in the Middle Ages.”  Journal of Ecclesiastical History 45 (January 1994):  11-41

 

Matheson, Peter.  “Breaking the Silence:  Women, Censorship and the Reformation.”  Sixteenth Century Journal:  The Journal of Early Modern Studies 27 (Spring 1996):  97-109.

 

McCoog, Thomas M.  “ ‘The Flower of Oxford:’  The Role of Edmund Campion in Early Recusant Polemics.”  Sixteenth Century Journal:  The Journal of Early Modern Studies 24 (Winter 1993):  899-913.

 

Michael McGiffert.  “William Tyndale’s Conception of Covenant.”  Journal of Ecclesiastical History 32 (April 1981):  167-184.

 

McGrath, A. E.  “Humanist Elements in the Early Reformed Doctrine of Justification.”  Archiv fur  Reformationsgeschichte/Archive for Reformation History 73 (1982):     5-19.

 

McGrath, Alister E.  “Justification and the Reformation:  The Significance of the Doctrine of Justification by Faith to Sixteenth Century Urban Communities.”  Archiv fur Reformationsgeschichte/Archive for Reformation History 81 (1990):  5-18.

 

McGrath, Patrick.  “Elizabethan Catholicism:  A Reconsideration.”  Journal of Ecclesiastical History 35 (July 1984):  427. 

 

Naphy, W. G.  “Baptisms, Church Riots and Social Unrest in Calvin’s Geneva.”  Sixteenth Century Journal:  The Journal of Early Modern Studies, 26 (Spring 1995):  87-97.

 

Nelson, Stanley A.  “Reflecting on Baptist Origins:  The London Confession of Faith of 1644.”  Baptist History and Heritage 29 (1994):  33-46.

 

Newcomb, Benjamin H.  “The English Puritan Clergy’s Acceptance of Political Parties, 1570-1700.”  Journal of Religious History 19 (June 1995):  49.

 

ni Chuilleanain, Eilean.  “The Debate between Thomas More and William Tyndale, 1528-33:  Ideas on Literature and Religion.”  Journal of Ecclesiastical History 39 (July 1988):  382-411.

 

Nicolls, Mark.  “Sir Walter Raleigh’s Treason:  A Prosecution Document.”  English Historical Review 110 (September 1995):  902-924.

 

Packer, James I.   “Puritanism as a Movement of Revival.”  Evangelical Quarterly 52 (January-March 1980):  2-16.

 

Parker, Kenneth L.  “Thomas Rogers and the English Sabbath:  The Case for a Reappraisal.”  Church History 53 (September 1984):  332-347.

 

Pettegree, Andrew.  “The London Exile Community and the Second Sacramentarian Controversy, 1553-1560.”  Archiv fur  Reformationsgeschichte/Archive for Reformation History 78 (1987):  223-252.

 

Porterfield, Amanda.  “Women’s Attraction to Puritanism.”  Church History 60 (June 1991):  196-209.

 

Pound, John.  “Clerical Poverty in Early Sixteenth-Century England:  Some East Anglican Evidence.”  Journal of Ecclesiastial History 37 (July 1986):  389-396.

 

Rex, Richard.  “The New Learning.”  Journal of Ecclesiastical History 44 (January 1993):  26-41.

           

Richardson, John .  “The Neglected Reformer:  Martin Luther through Anglican Eyes.”  Churchman 110 (1996):  140-155.

 

Riggs, John W.  “Emerging Ecclesiology in Calvin’s Baptismal Thought, 1536-1543.”  Church History 64 (March 1995):  29-43.

 

Ross, Kenneth R.  “Origins of the Baptists:  The Case for Development from Puritanism-Separatism.”  Baptist History and Heritage 22 (1987):  34-36.

 

Sanders, Vivienne.  “John Whitgift:  Primate, Privy Councillor and Propagandist.”  Anglican and Episcopal History 56 (December 1987):  385-403.

 

Sellers, Ian.  “Edwardians, Anabaptists and the Problem of Baptist Origins.”  Baptist Quarterly:  Journal of the Baptist Historical Society 29 (July 1981):  97-112.

 

Shaffern, Robert W. “Learned Discussions of Indulgences for the Dead in the Middle Ages.”  Church History 61 (December 1992):  367-381.

 

Smeeton, Donald D.  “Marriage, Motherhood and Ministry:  Women in the Dispute between Thomas More and William Tyndale.”  Churchman 108 (1994):  197-212.

 

Snyder, Arnold.  “Word and Power in Reformation Zurich.”  Archiv fur  Reformations-geschichte/Archive for Reformation History 81 (1990):  263-294.

 

Spalding, James C.  “Restitution as a Normative Factor for Puritan Dissent.”  Journal of the American Academy of Religion 44 (March 1976):  47-63.

 

Stayer, James M.  “Zwingli before Zurich:  Humanist Reformer and Papal Partisan.”  Archiv fur  Reformationsgeschichte/Archive for Reformation History  72 (1981):  55-67.

 

Strehle, Stephen.  “Fides aut Foedius:  Wittenberg and Zurich in Conflict over the Gospel.”  Sixteenth Century Journal:  The Journal of Early Modern Studies 23 (Spring 1992):  3-20.

 

Swanson,  R. N.  “Episcopal Income from Spiritualities in the Early Sixteenth Century.”  Journal of Ecclesiastical History 39 (October 1988):  520-530.

 

Swanson, R. N.  “Problems of the Priesthood in Pre-Reformation England.”  English Historical Review 105 (October 1990):  845-869.

           

Tennant, David F.  “Anabaptist Theologies of Childhood and Education:  (1) The Repudiation of Infant Baptism.”  Baptist Quarterly:  Journal of the Baptist            Historical Society 29 (July 1982):  293-307.

 

Tennant, David F.  “Anabaptist Theologies of Childhood and Education:  (3) Anabaptist Schooling:  Education or Socialisation.”  Baptist Quarterly:  Journal of the Baptist Historical Society 31 (July 1985):  118-147.

 

Tennant, David F.  “Anabaptist Theologies of Childhood and Education:  (2) Child Rearing.”  Baptist Quarterly:  Journal of the Baptist Historical Society 30 (July 1984):  301-381.

           

Tennant, David F.  “Anabaptist Theologies of Childhood and Education:  (2) Child Rearing (Continued).”  Baptist Quarterly:  Journal of the Baptist Historical Society 30 (October 1984):  348-366.

 

Thorp, Malcolm R.  “Catholic Conspiracy in Early Elizabethan Foreign Policy.”  Sixteenth Century Journal:  A Journal for Renaissance and Reformation Students and Scholars 15 (Winter 1984):  431-448.

 

Todd, Margo.  “ ‘All One with Tom Thumb’:  Arminianism, Popery, and the Story of the Reformation in Early Stuart Cambridge.”  Church History 64 (December 1995):  563-579.

 

Todd, Margo.  “Humanists, Puritans and trhe Spiritualized Household.”  Church History 49 (March 1980):  18-34.

 

Todd, Margo.  “Seneca and the Protestant Mind:  The Influence of Stoicism on Puritan Ethics.”  Archiv fur  Reformationsgeschichte/Archive for Reformation History 74 (1983):  182-199.

 

Tudor, Philippa.  “Religious Instruction for Children and Adolescents in the Early English Reformation.”  Journal of Ecclesiastical History 35 (July 1984):  391-413.

 

Waite, Gary K.  “From Apocalyptic Crusaders to Anabaptist Terrorists.”  Archiv fur Reformationsgeschichte/Archive for Reformation History 80 (1989):  173-193.

 

Wall, Jr., John N.  “The ‘Book of Homilies’ of 1547 and the Continuity of English Humanism in the Sixteenth Century.”  Anglican Theological Review 58 (January 1976):  75-87.

 

Warneke, Sara.  “A Taste for Newfangledness:  The Destructive Potential of Novelty in Early Modern England.”  Sixteenth Century Journal:  The Journal of Early Modern Studies 26 (Winter 1995):  881-896.

 

White, Barrie.  “Early Baptist Arguments for Religious Freedom:  Their Overlooked Agenda.”  Baptist History and Heritage 24 (1989):  3-10.

 

Whiting, Robert.  “Abominable Idols:  Images and Image-Breaking under Henry VIII.”  Journal of Ecclesiastical History 33 (January 1982):  30-47.

 

Wilcox, Peter.  “ ‘The Restoration of the Church’ in Calvin’s ‘Commentaries in Isaiah the Prophet.’   Archiv fur  Reformationsgeschichte/Archive for Reformation History 85 (1994):  68-95.

 

Wright, J. Robert.  “Martin Luther:  An Anglican Ecumenical Appreciation.”  Anglican and Episcopal History 56 (September 1987):  319-329.

 

Yarbrough, Slayden A.  “The English Separatist Influence on the Baptist Tradition of Church-State Issues.”  Baptist History and Heritage 20 (1985):  14-23.

 

Yarbrough, Slayden A.  “The Origin of Baptist Associations among the English Particular Baptists.”  Baptist History and Heritage 23 (1988):  14-22.

 

 

 

 

 

Internet Articles/Essays

(Including Electronic Journals and Print Material

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Browner, Jessica A.  “Wrong Side of the River:  London’s Disreputable South Bank in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Century.”  Essays in History (Volume 36, 1994).  Published by the Cochoran Department of  of the History University of Virginia.  (http:etext.virginia.edu/journals/EH/EH36/EH36.html).  AOL Netfind.  October 12, 1997. 

Christian History Institute.  “Zurich Reform under Zwingli.”  Glimpses.  Issue 19.  (http:www.gospelcom.net/chi/glimpses/sixteen.html)  AOL Netfind.  September 18, 1997.

 

Hall, David W.  “Foundation of Elizabethean Ecclesiology, 1560-1590:  A Key to Its Later Revival.”  Premise (Volume II, Number 3; March 27, 1995).  (http://www.public.usit.net/capo/premise/95/march/eliz.html)  AOL Netfind.  August 22, 1997.

 

Howard, Tal.  “Charisma and History:  The Case of Munster, Westphalia, 1534-1535.”  Essays in History (Volume 35, 1993).  Published by the Cochoran Department of History of the University of Virginia.   (http://etext.virginia.edu/journals/EH/EH35/Howard1.html)  AOL Netfind.  October 12, 1997.   

 

Hunter, Sydney.  “Three Men and Calvinism.”  Biblical Fundamentalist (Australia).  No date.  (As reprinted at http://www.hutch.com.au/-rlister/calvin/calv2.htm)  AOL Netfind.  September 8, 1997.

 

Smith, Kathleen S. Hofman.  “John Calvin and Mission.”  Stromata:  The On-Line Journal of Calvin Theological Seminary.  Volume 1, Winter 1997.  Updated April 11, 1997.  (http://www.calvin.edu/seminary/stromata/vol_01/hsth_01.htm)  AOL Netfind.  September 8, 1997.

 

 

 

 

Lectures/Seminar Papers

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Reprinted on the Internet)

 

 

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