Sacred Signs in Reformation Scotland Hardback
Interpreting Worship, 1488-1590
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Sacred Signs in Reformation Scotland
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Holmes corrects current scholarship by showing that their influence lasted beyond 1560 and suggests that they created the distinctive religious culture of North-East Scotland (later a centre of Catholic recusancy, Episcopalianism and Jacobitism). The final two chapters investigate what happened to liturgical interpretation in Scottish religious culture after the Protestant Reformation of 1559-60, showing that while it declined in importance in Catholic circles, a Reformed Protestant version of liturgical interpretation was created and flourished which used exactly the same method to produce both an interpretation of the Reformed sacramental rites and an 'anti-commentary' on Catholic liturgy. The book demonstrates an important continuity across the Reformation divide arguing that the 'Scottish Reformation' is best seen as both Catholic and Protestant, with the reformers on both sides having more in common than they or subsequent historians have allowed.
Sacred Signs in Reformation Scotland by Stephen Mark Holmes was published by Oxford University Press in September 2015. The ISBN for Sacred Signs in Reformation Scotland is 9780198747901.
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|Page last updated||14th October 2016|
|Author / Artist||Stephen Mark Holmes|
|Publisher||Oxford University Press (September 2015)|
|Number of Pages||272|