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1. Mededelingen. (2015)
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Titel: Mededelingen
In: Documentatieblad Nadere Reformatie, 39 (2015), no. 1, p. 96.
Opmerking(en): Aankondigingen van de afscheidsrede van prof. dr W.J. op 't Hof & het congres over Bernardus Smijtegelt in Middelburg. Verder wordt de verschijning van het eerste nummer gememoreerd van het online raadpleegbare Journal for the history of Reformed Pietism (JHRP).
Pietasnummer: B15003662
2. Hof, W.J. op 'tEditorial. (2015)
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Auteur: Hof, W.J. op 't
Medewerker(s): Kamp, J. van de
Titel: Editorial / Willem J. op 't Hof and Jan van de Kamp
In: Journal for the history of Reformed Pietism, 1 (2015), no. 1, p. 1-4.
Zie ook: Volledige tekst in JHRP
Pietasnummer: B15003670
3. Hof, W.J. op 'tThe eventful sojourn of Willem Teellinck [1598-1629] at Banbury in 1605. (2015)
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Auteur: Hof, W.J. op 't
Titel: The eventful sojourn of Willem Teellinck (1598-1629) at Banbury in 1605 / Willem J. op 't Hof
In: Journal for the history of Reformed Pietism, 1 (2015), no. 1, p. 5-34.
Over: Teellinck, Willem (1579-1629)
Samenvatting: The Reformed minister Willem Teellinck was the father of the Dutch Reformed devotional movement known as the Further Reformation. In his vast body of work, Teellinck twice stated that he was profoundly influenced by the Puritan way of life that he had experienced in the central English town of Banbury. His eldest son and colleague Maximiliaan later elaborated on these declarations, explaining that his fathers conversion had taken place among Puritans in England and that it was at that very time that he had immediately felt his call to the ministry. In spite of the fact that there is no reason to doubt the historicity of any of this, there remains a need for objective historical evidence to corroborate it. The present author fortunately came across just such evidence in an unthought-of place. This source not only provides corrections to the customary dates of Teellincks stay in Banbury but also proves that Teellinck was long in close contact with several Puritan leaders, including Arthur Hildersham, John Dod and William Whately. In the present article, the author also mentions his discoveries with regard to Teellinck's student days. Finally, he demonstrates that Teellincks sojourn at Banbury was of great importance to the later life and writings of the initiator of the Further Reformation.
Zie ook: Volledige tekst in JHRP
Pietasnummer: B15003671
4. Laine, T.English Puritan literature in the Swedish Realm in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries - translation phases. (2015)
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Auteur: Laine, T.
Titel: English Puritan literature in the Swedish Realm in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries - translation phases. Searching for pure doctrine in the seventeenth century / Tuija Laine
In: Journal for the history of Reformed Pietism, 1 (2015), no. 1, p. 35-55.
Samenvatting: As early as the first decades of the seventeenth century, English devotional literature began to proliferate in the Kingdom of Sweden. This literature was mainly Low Church in nature, primarily written by the English Puritans, whose conservatism facilitated the acceptance of these books in Sweden. Despite its Reformed influence, Puritan literary production was often more Lutheran than then the High Church Anglican literature that still exhibited many Catholic features. The content of devotional books that found their way to the Kingdom of Sweden through the Netherlands as well as Reformed and Lutheran areas in Germany was constantly rearranged by purging the text of Reformed influences. The earliest Swedish editions passed the censors in the Stockholm Consistory without difficulty, even if times were turbulent because of the Thirty Years' War. Attempts to publish Swedish editions of English devotional books in the 1690s, however, encountered strong opposition. Fears and fantasies substantially affected attitudes towards English devotional literature and printing permissions. Whenever Calvinism, Pietism, or the Moravians were perceived as a dangerous threat to national unity and the Lutheran faith, attitudes towards English devotional literature became more rigid; whenever this perceived menace receded, the censorship authorities could afford to be more indulgent. The mass production of Swedish editions began in the 1720s, which was soon reflected in the reception of English devotional literature in Finland. By the end of the eighteenth century, the Swedish editions had changed their profile; a concern with dogma gave way to a growing interest in practical issues such as the education of children and romantically picturesque garden design.
Zie ook: Volledige tekst in JHRP
Pietasnummer: B15003672
5. Nordland, H.Bookreviews. (2015)
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Auteur: Nordland, H.
Medewerker(s): Hof, W.J. op 't ; Vries, P. de
Titel: Bookreviews / Hugo Nordland, Willem J. op 't Hof, Pieter de Vries
In: Journal for the history of Reformed Pietism, 1 (2015), no. 1, p. 56-68.
Opmerking(en): Over: Kristiina Savin, Fortunas klnader: Lycka, olycka och risk i det tidigmoderna Sverige. Lund 2011; Feike Dietz, Literaire levensaders. Internationale uitwisseling van woord, beeld en religie in de Republiek. Hilversum 2012; Joel R. Beeke and Paul M. Smalley, Prepared by Grace for Grace: The Puritans on Gods Ordinary Way of Leading Sinners to Christ. Grand Rapids 2013.
Zie ook: Volledige tekst in JHRP
Pietasnummer: B15003673
6. Koeijer, R.W.Puritans and spiritual desertion. The progressive development of puritan pastoral psychology. (2015)
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Auteur: Koeijer, R.W.
Titel: Puritans and spiritual desertion. The progressive development of puritan pastoral psychology / Reinier W. de Koeijer
In: Journal for the history of Reformed Pietism, 1 (2015), no. 2, p. 1-33.
Over: Perkins, William (1558-1602)
Goodwin, Thomas (1600-1680)
Symonds, Joseph (ov. ca. 1650)
Samenvatting: This article analyses the writings of three Puritans on spiritual desertion: William Perkins (1558-1602), Thomas Goodwin (1600-1680), and Joseph Symonds (d. 1652). Although Perkins mentions spiritual desertion with regard to the unconverted, this spiritual reality mainly pertains to believers, and Goodwin and Symonds therefore restrict spiritual desertion to the lives of believers. According to these authors, Gods providence and sin are the two related causes of this spiritual suffering. Spiritual desertion is regarded as Gods reaction toward sin and therefore calls for repentance and spiritual renewal. Therefore, by their emphasis on Gods activity, Perkins, Goodwin, and Symonds want to comfort the believer by assuring him that even spiritual desertion cannot prevent his ultimate salvation. An important development is an expanding emphasis upon experience. Though Perkins attention to the experience of spiritual desertion is limited in its scope, Goodwins approach is much more focused on the inner life of the believer, whereas Symonds brings the Puritan pastoral approach to full fruition by his detailed and experiential description of the internal workings of spiritual decline and restoration. The dual emphasis upon Gods activity and spiritual experience engenders a pastoral ambivalence between Gods real objective regarding spiritual suffering and the occasionally deceptive influence of human experience. Despite such apparent ambivalence, the unique pastoral contribution of the Puritans to the discussion of spiritual desertion is certainly their affirmation of the inseparable relationship between sin and grace as reflected in the cyclical reoccurrence of contrition, repentance, and renewal.
Zie ook: Volledige tekst in JHRP
Pietasnummer: B17003758
7. Schwanda, T.Sweetnesse in communion with God: The contemplative-mystical piety of Thomas Watson. (2015)
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Auteur: Schwanda, T.
Titel: "Sweetnesse in communion with God": The contemplative-mystical piety of Thomas Watson / Tom Schwanda
In: Journal for the history of Reformed Pietism, 1 (2015), no. 2, p. 34-63.
Over: Watson, Thomas (ca. 1620-1686)
Samenvatting: Thomas Watson (1620-1686) was a prolific and popular English Puritan who was best known for his many devotional and practical writings as well as his posthumous A Body of Practical Divinity, sermons on the Westminster Shorter Catechism. The ODNB entry describes his writings to be "at times even mystical, and often expressed in ecstatic language." In recent years there has been a renewed interest in the study of Christian mysticism, not only within the Roman Catholic and Orthodox traditions but also within Protestantism as well. This article employs the term "contemplative-mystical piety" as a more appropriate label for exploring Watsons piety as an example of Puritan piety. Watsons teaching on union with Christ is derived from the bridal language of the Song of Songs and reveals a deep appreciation for Bernard of Clairvaux. Through the intentional efforts of meditation and other spiritual practices a person is able to experience the sweetness of communion and enjoyment of God. This study considers the possible formative sources that influenced the development of Watsons vibrant contemplative-mystical piety. While this article will illustrate the Puritan dependence upon patristic and medieval sources and affirm that there are major points of continuity within the affective tradition of the Western Catholic Church, it will also demonstrate a legitimate Reformed expression of contemplative-mystical piety.
Zie ook: Volledige tekst in JHRP
Pietasnummer: B17003759
8. Burkardt, J."Anweisung" - "Aanwyzing" - "Unterricht". Three previously unknown early forms of Gerhard Tersteegens Anweisung zum rechten Verstand. (2016)
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Auteur: Burkardt, J.
Titel: "Anweisung" - "Aanwyzing" - "Unterricht". Three previously unknown early forms of Gerhard Tersteegens Anweisung zum rechten Verstand und ntzlichen Gebrauch der Heiligen Schrift (A guide to the right understanding and profitable use of Holy Scripture), dated 1731 to 1734
In: Journal for the history of Reformed Pietism, 2 (2016), no. 1, p. 1-22.
Opmerking(en): De Duitse versie van deze bijdrage verscheen in: Jahrbuch fr Westflische Kirchengeschichte, 111 (2015), 57-77.
Over: Tersteegen, Gerhard (1697-1769)
Samenvatting: This contribution presents two previously-unknown early versions of the German Reformed Pietist Gerhard Tersteegens Anweisung zum rechten Verstand und n.
Zie ook: Volledige tekst in JHRP
Pietasnummer: B17003760
9. Vlastuin, W. vanJonathan Edwards spiritualis. Towards a reconstruction of his theology of spirituality. (2016)
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Auteur: Vlastuin, W. van
Titel: Jonathan Edwards spiritualis. Towards a reconstruction of his theology of spirituality / Willem van Vlastuin
In: Journal for the history of Reformed Pietism, 2 (2016), no. 1, p. 23-46.
Over: Edwards, Jonathan (1703-1758)
Samenvatting: M.J. McClymond and G.R. McDermott made Edwards spirituality a special theme in their recent The Theology of Jonathan Edwards (2012). This first investigation of Edwards spirituality is a fertile ground from which more research into Edwards spirituality may be conducted. In the present article, Edwards theology of spirituality is considered and is mapped out in four theological categories which serve as a provisional framework for the understanding of Edwards spirituality. First, Edwards spirituality is to be understood in the framework of spiritual union with Christ as the basis for all the blessings in the life of a Christian. Second, spiritual union with Christ is the construct through which we may speak of a certain participation in God in Edwards spirituality. Third, Edwards spirituality appears to be pneumatocentric. Finally, it is due to the theocentric and pneumatocentric structure of his theology that Edwards is able to develop the anthropocentric aspects of spirituality.
Zie ook: Volledige tekst in JHRP
Pietasnummer: B17003761
10. Larminie, V.Johann Heinrich Hummel, the Peningtons and the London godly community: Anglo-Swiss networks 1634-1674. (2016)
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Auteur: Larminie, V.
Titel: Johann Heinrich Hummel, the Peningtons and the London godly community: Anglo-Swiss networks 1634-1674 / Vivienne Larminie
In: Journal for the history of Reformed Pietism, 2 (2016), no. 2, p. 1-26.
Over: Hummel, Johann Heinrich (ca. 1611-1674)
Samenvatting: Anglo-Swiss networks in the seventeenth century have received little attention. The autobiography of and the correspondence addressed to Johann Heinrich Hummel (1611-1674), dean of Bern, illuminate his visit to London 1634-1636 and its long-lasting consequences. They also expand knowledge of London clergy engaged in the education of foreign students, reveal the role of godly laity (Daniel and Elizabeth Penington) as hosts and as suppliers of English devotional books to a continental audience, offer insights into individual piety and comment on the sufferings of their community under Archbishop William Laud, and an early context for the development of pietism in Switzerland.
Zie ook: Volledige tekst in JHRP
Pietasnummer: B17003762
11. Vlastuin, W. vanSpiritual marriage. A key to the theology and spirituality of Wilhelmus Brakel [1635-1711]. (2016)
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Auteur: Vlastuin, W. van
Titel: Spiritual marriage. A key to the theology and spirituality of Wilhelmus Brakel (1635-1711)
In: Journal for the history of Reformed Pietism, 2 (2016), no. 2, p. 27-53.
Over: Brakel, Wilhelmus (1635-1711)
Samenvatting: The author of this article was struck by the fact that Wilhelmus Brakel (1635-1711) used the metaphor of the spiritual marriage at decisive moments in his magnum opus The Christians Reasonable Service. Together with some remarkable theological decisions in this work it led him to the hypothesis that the metaphor of the spiritual marriage - as an interpretative framework - could clarify Brakels theology and spirituality. An investigation of Brakels understanding of the covenant, the church and the communion with Christ in the framework of the spiritual marriage was therefore made. Brakels use of these concepts was explored in more detail and it was concluded that the metaphor of the spiritual marriage helps one to understand the coherence in Brakels theology and spirituality better. The covenant can be interpreted as the formal status of the spiritual marriage, the church as the external expression of the spiritual marriage, while the personal communion with Christ as Bridegroom and its satisfaction of the soul can be understood as the heart of the spiritual marriage. This is not to absolutise the metaphor of the spiritual marriage in Brakels theology, but to use it as an instrument to clarify the relationships within the structures of his theology. It also helps the reader to understand the relationship between theology and spirituality and clarifies that applications of the spiritual marriage metaphor to the church and to the mystical union with Christ are not mutually exclusive.
Zie ook: Volledige tekst in JHRP
Pietasnummer: B17003763
12. Maurits, A.Bookreviews. (2015)
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Auteur: Maurits, A.
Medewerker(s): Koeijer, R.W. de
Titel: Bookreviews / Alexander Maurits, Reinier W. de Koeijer
In: Journal for the history of Reformed Pietism, 1 (2015), no. 2, p. 64-68.
Opmerking(en): Over: Dominic Erdozain, The problem of pleasure. Sport, recreation and the crisis of Victorian religion (Studies in modern British religious history, 22). Woodbridge 2010; Simon J.G. Burton, The hallowing of logic: The Trinitarian method of Richard Baxters Methodus theologiae (Brill's series in church history and religious culture, 57). Leiden 2012.
Pietasnummer: B17003764
13. Vries, P. deBookreviews. (2016)
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Auteur: Vries, P. de
Medewerker(s): Kamp, J. van de ; Maurits, A. ; Koeijer, R.W. de ; Reuver, A. de ; McGraw, R.M
Titel: Bookreviews / Pieter de Vries, Jan van de Kamp, Alexander Maurits; Reinier W. de Koeijer, Arie de Reuver, Ryan M. McGraw
In: Journal for the history of Reformed Pietism, 2 (2016), no. 1, p. 47-68.
Opmerking(en): Over: Joel R. Beeke and Mark Jones, A puritan theology. Doctrine for Life. Grand Rapids, Michigan 2012; Corinna Flgge, Devotion translated. Zur Rezeption deutscher lutherischer Erbauungsliteratur im frhneuzeitlichen England (Texte und Studien zum Protestantismus des 16. bis 18. Jahrhunderts, vol. 7). Kamen 2012; Anders Jarlert (ed.), Piety and modernity (The dynamics of religious reform in Northern Europe, 1780-1920, vol. 3). Leuven 2012; Kelly M. Kapic and Mark Jones (eds.), The Ashgate research companion to John Owens theology. Farnham 2012; Tom Schwanda, Soul recreation. The contemplative-mystical piety of Puritanism. Eugeone 2012; Willem van Vlastuin, Be renewed. A theology of personal renewal (Reformed historical theology, vol. 26). Gttingen 2014.
Pietasnummer: B17003765
14. Manning, D.Bookreviews. (2016)
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Auteur: Manning, D.
Medewerker(s): Koeijer, R.W. de ; Schwanda, T.
Titel: Bookreviews / David Manning, Reinier W. de Koeijer, Tom Schwanda
In: Journal for the history of Reformed Pietism, 2 (2016), no. 2, p. 54-68.
Opmerking(en): Over: Jessica Martin and Alec Ryrie (eds.), Private and domestic devotion in Early Modern Britain (St Andrews studies in Reformation history). Farnham and Burlington, VT 2012; Natalie Mears and Alec Ryrie (eds.), Worship and the parish church in Early Modern Britain (St Andrews studies in Reformation history), Farnham and Burlington, VT 2013; Alec Ryrie, Being protestant in reformation Britain. Oxford 2013; Christopher Cleveland, Thomism in John Owen, Farnham 2013; Brian H. Cosby, John Flavel: Puritan lie and thought in Stuart England. Lanham, MD 2014; Randall J. Pederson, Unity in Diversity: English puritans and the Puritan Reformation (Brills Studies in church history 68), Leiden-Boston 2014.
Pietasnummer: B17003766


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