Sober, strict, and scriptural : collective memories of John Calvin, 1800-2000 / edited by Johan de Niet, Herman Paul and Bart Wallet.

This book examines how John Calvin a "" his person, character, and deeds a "" was remembered, commemorated, and memorialized in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.

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Other Authors: Niet, Johan de, Paul, Herman, Wallet, Bart
Format: eBook
Published: Leiden ; Boston : Brill, 2009.
Series:Brill's series in church history ; d. 38.
Brill's series in church history. Religious history and culture series ; v. 2.
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Table of Contents:
  • Introduction: Calvin, history, and memory / Herman Paul and Bart Wallet
  • Calvin's image in Catholic France during the nineteenth century / Michele Sacquin
  • French Protestants and the legacy of John Calvin: reformer and legislator / Patrick Cabanel
  • Issus de Calvin: collective memories of John Calvin in Dutch neo-calvinism / Herman Paul and Johan de Niet
  • Calvin's truth and Hungarian religion: remembering a reformer / Botond Gaal
  • Calvin in Germany: a marginalized memory / Stefan Laube
  • Servetus vs. Calvin: a battle of monuments during the secularization of the French Third Republic / Valentine Zuber
  • Calvin in missionary memory and Chinese Protestant identity / Jonathan Seitz
  • Calvin and anti-apartheid memory in the Dutch Reformed family of churches in South Africa / Robert Vosloo
  • Calvin: a negative boundary marker in American Lutheran self-identity, 1871-1934 / R. Scott Clark
  • The Republican reformer: John Calvin and the American calvinists, 1830-1910 / Bryan Bademan
  • The image of Calvin within Mormonism / Stephen S. Francis
  • Shadow on the Alps: John Calvin and English travellers in Geneva / James Rigney
  • The French Barber: Calvin as a source of burlesque in Mark Twain / Joe B. Fulton
  • The death of Adam, the resurrection of Calvin: Marilynne Robinson's alternative to an American / Thomas J. Davis.