I love it when I’m doing research on one subject and something pops up about another subject that I am also interested in. Case in point, I was searching for information on the interaction between Eamon Duffy and David Aers over the nature of late Medieval England’s stance on Roman Catholicism just before the Reformation. As I’m searching through Equinox Online, looking for a review by Diarmaid MacCulloch, I come across this:
Dennis Ngien, “Worship as Radical Reversal in Martin Luther’s Theologia Crucis.” Reformation 12 (2007): 1-32.
I haven’t read it yet, but thought I’d note it here for future perusal.
UPDATE: I also found “Passionate Desires, and Confident Hopes” and “John Knox, reformation history and national self-fashioning” by Crawford Gribben!