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Preaching a Dual Identity: Huguenot Sermons and the Shaping of Confessional Identity, 1629-1685.

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Preaching a Dual Identity: Huguenot Sermons and the Shaping of Confessional Identity, 1629-1685

Nicholas Must

BRILL

2017

247 pages

$127.00

Hardcover

St. Andrews Studies in Reformation History

BX9455

Revising his doctoral dissertation for McMaster University, Must demonstrates the key elements of a hybrid Huguenot identity as they were expressed in sermons, and the political strategies that were a product of seeking a particular place for Huguenots in France during the 17th century. In both the preached and printed form, sermons were at the very center of this, he argues, providing a vocabulary of images and a set of mental tools through which to interpret the Huguenot situation in France. ([umlaut] Ringgold, Inc., Portland, OR)

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