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Searle eds , Beyond the end: The future of millennial studies Sheffield: Sheffield Phoenix, , pp. Cross and Nicholas J.
St Andrews Studies in Reformation History
Aspects of evangelical millennialism in Britain and Ireland, Carlisle: Paternoster, , pp. Lovegrove ed.
Author Tapscott, Elizabeth L. Supervisor Mason, Roger A.
Keywords Scottish Reformation. Sir David Lindsay of the Mount.argo-karaganda.kz/scripts/dukopyva/910.php
The richt vay to the Kingdome of Heuien. Metadata Show full item record. Abstract The decades before the Scottish Reformation Parliament of witnessed the unprecedented use of a range of different media to disseminate the Protestant message and to shape beliefs and attitudes. The thematic approach examines not only how the reformist message was packaged, but how the movement itself and its persuasive agenda developed, revealing the ways in which it appealed to ever broader circles of Scottish society.
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In their efforts to bring about religious change, the reformers capitalised on a number of traditional media, while using different media to address different audiences. When their attempts at reasoned academic discourse met with resistance, they turned their attention to the monarch, James V, and the royal court.
Reformers within the court utilised courtly entertainments intended to amuse the royal circle and to influence the young king to oversee the reformation of religion within his realm.