- Title Pages
- List of Maps and Tables
- A Simple Chronology
- 1 Hard Times
- 2 Consolidation of a Protestant Canon of Prayer
- 3 Parish Crisis in a Credulous World
- 4 The Political Parish and 1648
- 5 Government of the Church‐State
- 6 The Clergy
- 7 <i>Cura Animarum Specialis</i>: The Pastoral Office
- 8 Reform
- 9 Towards an Apostolic Congregation in Church and Home
- Part II Piety, Enlightenment? Religious Awakening, Rediscovery (<i>C</i>.1763–1918)
- 10 The Larger Whole
- 11 Herrnhut
- 12 The Parish and the Office of the Clergy
- 13 Liturgical Reform: The End of the Established Church
- 14 A Constitutional Reformation Church Order?
- 15 Awakening
- 16 Charity
- 17 Rediscovery
- 18 Church and (Nation‐) State (1840–1890)
- 19 Numbers of Clergy and the Pastoral Care
- 20 Reformation Churches and a Modern Protestant Moral Order
- (p.147) 8 Reform
- German and Scandinavian Protestantism 1700-1918
- Oxford University Press
Takes up the second theme of part I. Reform is put in the context of diocesan and parish visitation, land and people, propagation of the Gospel and a reformation of manners. Pietism is discussed as a post‐war official programme. The Christian Year in church and home, a new interest in the shape of the liturgy, a development in church architecture from Latin choir to congregational nave, and church music are major topics.
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