Religion, Politics and Society in Early Modern England: What the Tudor Rebellions Tell Us

Recently, primarily through examination of the Tudor Rebellions, it has become clear to me that modern historians may have a somewhat erroneous understanding of religion, politics and society in Early Modern England and he links between them.  Typically, they are examined separately, as individual causes or factors that make up one particular event. For example, … More Religion, Politics and Society in Early Modern England: What the Tudor Rebellions Tell Us

Sebastian Castellio

When we think of the big names associated with the Sixteenth century reformation, Sebastian Castellio is not among then. Luther, Calvin and Erasmus are some of the few big names that we think of. Unlike these big reformers, who are remembered for the development of different theological theories, Castellio arguably promoted a more important idea; … More Sebastian Castellio