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Piety and Modernity

Jarlert, Anders LU (2012) In The Dynamics of Religious Reform in Northern Europe 1780-1920 3.
Abstract
Piety and Modernity examines the dynamics fo religious reform from the point of view of piety and devotional life between 1780 and 1920 in Britain, Ireland, Scandinavia, Germany, and the Low Countries.

The "long" nineteenth century saw the introduction of devotional organizations as a means of channeling popular religion. This era also witnessed the translation and publication of devotional books, journals, and pamphlets on a massive scale. Piety and Modernity explores the nature of pious reforms in such areas as liturgy, saint cults, pilgrimage, confraternities, hymns, and Bible translation, with an emphasis on the changing patterns in religious expression at the collective and individual level, the growing influence of home... (More)
Piety and Modernity examines the dynamics fo religious reform from the point of view of piety and devotional life between 1780 and 1920 in Britain, Ireland, Scandinavia, Germany, and the Low Countries.

The "long" nineteenth century saw the introduction of devotional organizations as a means of channeling popular religion. This era also witnessed the translation and publication of devotional books, journals, and pamphlets on a massive scale. Piety and Modernity explores the nature of pious reforms in such areas as liturgy, saint cults, pilgrimage, confraternities, hymns, and Bible translation, with an emphasis on the changing patterns in religious expression at the collective and individual level, the growing influence of home missions, and the relations between piety and print culture. While individual piety was often connected with the authority of church leaders and confessional teaching, the long nineteenth century gave rise to new forms of individualism, involving grassroots initiatives. This volume offers a rich overview of a range of interrelated national practices concerning piety in the nineteenth century. (Less)
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keywords
piety, modernity, religion, reform, devotion, Home Mission, Foreign Mission, individualism, enlightenment, pietism, moravianism, religious liberalism, protestantism, secularisation, ultramontanism, music
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The Dynamics of Religious Reform in Northern Europe 1780-1920
volume
3
pages
335 pages
publisher
Leuven University Press
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  • scopus:85024380142
ISBN
978 90 5867 932 1
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The Dynamics of Religious Reform in Northern Europe 1780-1920
language
English
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yes
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The information about affiliations in this record was updated in December 2015. The record was previously connected to the following departments: Centre for Theology and Religious Studies (015017000)
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The "long" nineteenth century saw the introduction of devotional organizations as a means of channeling popular religion. This era also witnessed the translation and publication of devotional books, journals, and pamphlets on a massive scale. Piety and Modernity explores the nature of pious reforms in such areas as liturgy, saint cults, pilgrimage, confraternities, hymns, and Bible translation, with an emphasis on the changing patterns in religious expression at the collective and individual level, the growing influence of home missions, and the relations between piety and print culture. While individual piety was often connected with the authority of church leaders and confessional teaching, the long nineteenth century gave rise to new forms of individualism, involving grassroots initiatives. This volume offers a rich overview of a range of interrelated national practices concerning piety in the nineteenth century.},
  editor       = {Jarlert, Anders},
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  language     = {eng},
  note         = {Book Editor},
  publisher    = {Leuven University Press},
  series       = {The Dynamics of Religious Reform in Northern Europe 1780-1920},
  title        = {Piety and Modernity},
  volume       = {3},
  year         = {2012},
}