Cardinal Pole in European Context: A Via Media in the Reformation

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Cardinal Pole in European Context: A Via Media in the Reformation - Mayer, Thomas F
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Cardinal Reginald Pole (1500-1558) was one of the most important international figures of mid-16th century Europe: principal antagonist of Henry VIII, papal diplomat, legate to the council of Trent, and nearly successful candidate for pope. But even more significant than his political actions is that Pole tried to mediate between increasingly rigid religious positions, preserving belief in justification by faith within a charismatically conceived papal church. His writing converted categories of feudal discourse, especially ...

Cardinal Pole in European Context: A Via Media in the Reformation 2000, Routledge, Aldershot, England

ISBN-13: 9780860788294

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