The Bohemian Reformation and Religious Practice 9
This publication presents eighteen studies of authors from the Czech Republic, Norway, USA, and Australia, focused on a theological, philosophical, intellectual, church-political, art, and musicological context of the Czech Reformation, also known as the Hussite movement. How to re-interpret the theology of Matthew of Genoa? What was Wycliffe’s influence on Hus? What new do we know about the Utraquist liturgy? What was George of Poděbrady’s real relationship to the Czech Reformation? Which evidence of art and music culture came from the Czech Reform tradition? How was “Hussitism” abused by the Communist regime? The publication is a further attempt to deconstruct various clichés that still emerge in connection with the upcoming jubilee year of Jan Hus (1415-2015).
323 pages, paperback