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Origins of the Reformation by James MacKinnon

Jan Hus at the Council of Constance. 19th-century painting by Karl Friedrich Lessing. Source: Wikipedia

Today’s free book is James MacKinnon’s wide-ranging study of the factors that triggered the European Reformation. This public domain title was digitised from the copy held in Spurgeon’s College Library.

James MacKinnon [1860-1945], The Origins of the Reformation. London: Longmans, Green & Co., 1939. Hbk. pp.448. [Click here to visit the download page for this title]

Table of Contents

  • Preface
  1. The Medieval Empire and Papacy
  2. Boniface VIII. in Conflict with Philip IV and Edward I.
  3. The Papacy at Avignon
  4. The Religious Opposition
  5. Renewed Conflict with the Empire
  6. The Literary Attack on the Papacy
  7. The Englosh Parliament and the Papacy
  8. Wyclif as a Reformer (1)
  9. Wyclif as a Reformer (2)
  10. The Lollards
  11. The Great Schism (1378-1417)
  12. ]John Hus and the Reform Movement in Bohemia
  13. The Prosecution of Hus and Jerome
  14. The Revolutionary Sequel in Bohemia
  15. The Unity and Reform of the Church
  16. Renewed Conflict with the Papacy (1431-39)
  17. The Unreformed Papacy (1447-1517))
  18. Savonarola—Prophet and Reformer
  19. The Reolutionary Movement in Germany
  20. Late Mediaeval Dissent and Mysticism
  21. Mediaeval Thought in Relation to the Reformation
  22. Humanism in Relation to the Reformation (1)
  23. Humanism in Relation to the Reformation (2)
  24. Conclusiom
  • Index

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