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Baptism and spiritual kinship in early modern England

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Published by Ashgate in Aldershot, Hants, England, Burlington, VT .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Baptism -- Social aspects -- England -- History,
  • Sponsors -- England -- History,
  • Kinship -- Religious aspects -- Christianity -- History of doctrines,
  • Kinship -- England,
  • England -- Religious life and customs

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. [279]-307) and index.

    StatementWill Coster.
    SeriesSt. Andrews studies in Reformation history
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBV803 .C67 2002
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxviii, 323 p. :
    Number of Pages323
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15527457M
    ISBN 100754605132
    LC Control Number2001053476
    OCLC/WorldCa48003351

    By utilising this hitherto largely neglected data, in conjunction with evidence gleaned from over 20, Wills and numerous other biographical, legal and theological sources, Coster has been able to explore fully the institution of godparenthood and the role it played in society. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. A godparent to a child will then act as a sponsor at the child's wedding. The Reformation ended this unity-in-diversity approach, leading to diverging theological opinions about spiritual kinship between the Protestant, Catholic and Orthodox churches. Humanism Humanists use the term guideparent for a similar concept in that worldview.

    Members may have one godchild. Walsham, Alexandra The reformation of the landscape: religion, identity, and memory in early modern Britain and Ireland. One finding is the extent to which sponsors tended to be those of higher social status than the parents, rather than blood relatives. Before then, there was more continuity than change. The Ethics of Kinship: Ethnographic Inquiries. The Portuguese and Spanish compadre literally, "co-father" and comadre "co-mother"the French marraine and parrain, and the archaic meaning of the English word gossip from godsib, "godsibling"describe these relationships.

    Medieval Prosopography 6: 51— McClendon, Muriel C. New York: Palgrave. The baptismal font at the Cathedral of Magdeburg As early as the 2nd century AD, infant baptism had begun to gain acceptance among Christians for the spiritual purification and social initiation of infants, [6] the requirement for some confession of faith necessitated the use of adults who acted as sponsors for the child. Todd, Margo Reformation to revolution: politics and religion in early modernEngland. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.


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The author's industry has produced some interesting and informative figures, for example, on the class of the sponsors chosen [End Page ] and their kinship relation to the children baptized pp. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press.

He exhibits deep learning — tracing the concept of spiritual kinship back to its roots in early Christianity. Slack, Paul Rebellion, popular protest and the social order in early modern England. Map of Orange, c. Oxford: Clarendon Press. A notable exception was the elimination in the 's of the impediments to marriage created by sponsorship in baptism—impediments considered by the Reformers to be an invention of the papacy devised to extort money for dispensations.

Aldershot: Scolar Press. Alexander and P. Compadrazgo: Fictive Kinship in Latin America. He is nearing completion on a project that examines the creation of a Catholic identity in the Bohemian kingdom during the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries.

New York: Palgrave Macmillan. He is the author of the Quest for Compromise Stanford, Calif: Stanford University Press.

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Questier, Michael C. Spiritual Kinship in Europe, — Basingstoke: Macmillan. Susan McKinnon and Fenella Cannell, 3— Guy, John Tudor England. Among Orthodox Ashkenazi, the kvater or kvaterin if female is the person who takes the child from his mother and carries him into the room in which the circumcision is performed.

Middleton-Stewart, Judith Inward purity and outward splendour: death and remembrance in the Deanery of Dunwich, Suffolk, Kin, Neighbours or Prominent Persons? Google Scholar Safley, Thomas M.Family and Kinship in England - CRC Press Book and traces the degree to which family life in England changed throughout the early modern period.

It also provides a valuable synthesis of the debates and research on the history of the family, highlighting the different ways historians have investigated the topic in the past.

Baptism and Spiritual Kinship in Early Modern England Baptism and Spiritual Kinship in Early Modern England Cressy, David SHORTER NOTICES Baptism and Spiritual Kinship in Early Modern England, by Will Coster (Aldershot: Ashgate,for St Andrews Studies in Reformation History; pp.

£52). Baptism was a routine religious ritual beset by occasional controversies.

Baptism and Spiritual Kinship in Early Modern England

Family and Kinship in England (Seminar Studies) Paperback – 13 Jul His previous publications include Baptism and Spiritual Kinship in Early Modern England () and Sacred Space in Early Modern Europe (co-edited with A. Spicer, ) No customer 42comusa.com: Will Coster.Godparenthood and Pdf council of Trent: 47 Crisis and transformation of a social institution (Italy, xv-xviith centuries) Obradoiro Hist.

Mod., N.º 18,() Up to now, spiritual kinship has been much less studied than «natural» kinship.Dec 22,  · Il mio download pdf compare: choosing godparents and the uses of baptismal kinship in renaissance Florence.

levels possessed elaborate rules regarding mutual taboos arising out of the spiritual bond formed during the act of baptism. These spiritual kin, for instance, were not to cross the boundary of sexual relations or marriage with one another.Jul 11,  · Will Coster is Senior Lecturer in Ebook at the University of Bedfordshire.

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