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Huguenot Prophecy and Clandestine Worship in the Eighteenth Century: 'The Sacred Theatre of the Cévennes' ePub download

by Georgia Cosmos

  • Author: Georgia Cosmos
  • ISBN: 0754651827
  • ISBN13: 978-0754651826
  • ePub: 1464 kb | FB2: 1988 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Humanities
  • Publisher: Routledge (September 28, 2005)
  • Pages: 230
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Huguenot Prophecy and Clandestine Worship in the Eighteenth Century: 'The Sacred Theatre of the Cévennes' ePub download

Huguenot refugees had found a home in London since the mid-sixteenth century. In January 1707, the three men were denounced as imposters in an act proclaimed from the pulpits of the Savoy and its annexes" (122).

Huguenot refugees had found a home in London since the mid-sixteenth century.

Huguenot Prophecy and Clandestine Worship in the Eighteenth Century. During this period of conflict and repression, a distinct culture of prophecy and divine inspiration grew up, which was to become a defining characteristic of the dispersed protestant communities in southern France.

his is an important book both for students of Huguenot history and those interested in a little-known but revealing episode in the intellectual . Georgia Cosmos is a Fellow at the University of Melbourne, Australia.

his is an important book both for students of Huguenot history and those interested in a little-known but revealing episode in the intellectual history of early Enlightenment England. Proceeding of the Huguenot Society. Contents: List of illustrations and maps; Acknowledgements; Note on citations; Introduction. Part I The London Context: The French churches in London; Huguenot storytellers in London in the 18th century.

Th e Sacred Th eatre of the Cévennes. Ashgate, Aldershot 2005, 220 pp. ISBN 0754651827. La plupart de ces articles apporte un éclairage spécial et même nouveau sur l’un des problèmes imbriqués liés à la révolte de Cévennes ou ses séquelles. Ce n’est pas un récit des événements de la guerre des Camisards ni une histoire suivie des prophètes à Londres.

The Sacred Theatre of the Cevennes. Published September 30, 2005 by Ashgate Publishing. Louis XIV revoked the edict of Nantes in 1685 even though peaceful religious co-existence between Protestants and Catholics had been achieved in many communities in France by the middle of the seventeenth century.

MLA. Frijhoff, Willem. Georgia Cosmos, Huguenot Prophecy and Clandestine Worship in the Eighteenth Century: The Sacred Theatre of the Cévennes .

ISO 690. Frijhoff Willem, Georgia Cosmos, Huguenot Prophecy and Clandestine Worship in the Eighteenth Century: The Sacred Theatre of the Cévennes . Aldershot, Ashgate, 2005, X + 220 p. , Archives de sciences sociales des religions, 2006/2 (No 134), p. 170-299. MLA. , Archives de sciences sociales des religions, vol. no 134, no. 2, 2006, pp.

16 figs, 4 stills and 2 maps. Aldershot–Burlington, VT: Ashgate, 2005. 0 7. RAYMOND A. MENTZER (a1).

Huguenot prophecy and clandestine worship in the eighteenth century. The interpretation of the Royal Graves at Ur, Mesopotamia, by their excavator, Sir Leonard Woolley, has long been accepted. October 2006 · The Journal of Ecclesiastical History. Woolley implies that the people sacrificed along with the dynasts went willingly to their deaths out of loyalty, devotion, and faith in the dead monarchs; but other interpretations are plausible. One is that these graves are the remains of dramas portraying a ‘public.

The Huguenots elites of the neighbouring village of. .Georgia Cosmos, "The Call to Arms: Pont-de-Montvert, July 1702," in eadem, Huguenot Prophecy and Clandestine Worship in the Eighteenth Century: 'The Sacred Theatre of the Cévennes (Aldershot, Ashgate, 2005), 85–108.

The Huguenots elites of the neighbouring village of Fraissinet-de-Lozère chose nevertheless to fight against the rebels. The Protestant Temple de Vialas survives in the hamlet of Vialas nearby. Ghislain Baury, La dynastie Rouvière de Fraissinet-de-Lozère.

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Following Louis XIV's revocation of the Edict of Nantes in 1685, French protestants faced the stark choice of abandoning their religion, or defying the law. Many fled abroad, whilst others continued to meet clandestinely for worship and to organise resistance to government policy, culminating in the bloody Camisard rebellion of 1702-10. During this period of conflict and repression, a distinct culture of prophecy and divine inspiration grew up, which was to become a defining characteristic of the dispersed protestant communities in southern France. Drawing on a wide range of printed and manuscript material, this study, examines the nature of Huguenot prophesying in the Cévennes during the early years of the eighteenth century. As well as looking at events in France, the book also explores the reactions of the Huguenot community of London, which became caught up in the prophesying controversy with the publication in 1707 of Le Théatre sacré des Cévennes. This book, which recounted the stories of exiles who had witnessed prophesying and miraculous events in the Cévennes, not only provided a first hand account of an outlawed religion, but became the centre of a heated debate in London concerning 'false-prophets'. By exploring French protestantism through voluntary testimonies given by Huguenot exiles in London, this study not only offers a rare glimpse of a forbidden religion, but also shows how a long-established immigrant church in London confronted the problems posed by recent arrivals infused with a radical sense of mystic purpose and divine revelation.
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