Spiritualism bibliography: secondary works

This Bibliography is very much a work in progress. Please do suggest additional works. 

Angell, Stephen Ward, Early Quakers and their theological thought: 1647-1723, New York, 2015.

Augustijn, Cornelis, “Anabaptism in the Netherlands: Another Look, “MQR 62 (1988), 197–210.

Richard, Bailey. New light on George Fox and early quakerism: the making and unmaking of a God, San Francisco, 1992.

Bainton, Roland. David Joris. Wiedertäufer und Kämpfer für Toleranrz im 16. Jahrhundert. Leipzig, 1937.

Bainton, Roland H. “Wylliam Postell and the Netherlands.” NAvK 24 (1931), 161–172.

Bakker, Henk. “Baptists in Amsterdam.” Baptist Quarterly 43, no. 4 (2009): 229–34.

Bangs, Jeremy D. “Dutch Contributions to Religious Toleration.” Church History 79 (2010), 585–613.

Baring, G. “Hans Denck und Thomas Müntzer in Nürnberg 1524,” Archiv für Reformationsgeschichte 50 (1959), 145-81.

———.”Valentin Weigel und die ‘Deutsche Theologie,” Archiv für Reformationsgeschicte 55 (1964), 5-17.

Baring-Gould, Sabine. Freaks of Fanaticism and Other Strange Events. Methuen, 1891.

Batten, Joseph Minton, John Dury, Advocate of Christian Reunion, Chicago, 1944.

Bauman, Clarence. The Spiritual Legacy of Hans Denck: Interpretation and Translation of Key Texts. Leiden, 1991.

Beachy, Alvin J. The Concept of Grace in the Radical Reformation. Nieuwkoop, 1977.

Beck, James. “The Anabaptists and the Jews: The Case of Hätzer, Denck and the Worms Prophets.” Mennonite Quarterly Review 75 (2001), 407-27.

Becker, Bruno. “Nederlandische Vertalingen van Sebastiaan Francks Geschriften,” Nederlandsch Archief voor Kerkgeschiedenis 21 (1928), 149-160.

Berg, Johannes van den, and Ernestine G. E. van der Wall. Vroomheid en opwekking in de zeventiende en achttiende eeuw: teksten uit de wereld van puritanisme, piëtisme en methodisme. Zoetermeer: Meinema, 1994.

Berti, Silvia, Françoise Charles-Daubert, and Richard H. Popkin, eds. Heterodoxy, Spinozism, and Free Thought in Early-Eighteenth-Century Europe: Studies on the Traité Des Trois Imposteurs. Dordrecht: Springer Netherlands, 1996.

Bietenholz,  Peter G., Encounters with a Radical Erasmus. Erasmus’ Work as a Source of Radical Thought in Early Modern Europe, Toronto, 2009.

Bietenholz, Peter. Basle and France in the Sixteenth Century. Genève: Droz, 1971.

Bilak, Donna. “Alchemy and the End Times: Revelations from the Laboratory and Library of John Allin, Puritan Alchemist (1623-1683).” AMBIX 60 (2013): 390–414.

Bonger, Henk, and A. J. Gelderblom. “Coornhert en Sebastian Franck,” De zeventiendeeeuw 12 (1996), 321-39.

———. et al., eds. Dirck Volckertszoon Coornhert: Dwars maar recht. Zutphen, 1989

———. The Life and Work of Dirck Volkertszoon Coornhert. Gerrit Voogt, trans. and ed. Amsterdam-New York, 2004. [Leven en werk van D. V Coornhert. Amsterdam, 1978.]

Boon, K. G. “De Glasschilder David Joris, een Exponent van het Doperse Geloof. Zijn Kunst en zijn Invloed op Dirck Crabeth.” Mededelingen van de Koninklijke Academie voor Wetenschappen, Letteren en Schone Kunsten van België 64 (1988), 117–137.

Bornkamm, Heinrich. “Ausserer und innerer Mensch bei Luther und den Spiritualisten,” in Imago Dei. Beitrӓge zur theologischen Anthropologie. Giessen, 1932, 85-109.

Bosch, Gabriele. Reformatorisches Denken und frühneuzeitliches Philosophieren. Eine verl- gleichende Studie zu Martin Luther und Valentin Weigel. Giessen, 1998.

Bowen, Lloyd. “The Seeds and Fruits of Revolution: The Erbery Family and Religious Radicalism in Seventeenth-Century Glamorgan.” Welsh History Review 25, no. 3 (2011): 346–73.

Boyd, Stephen. Pilgram Marpeck: His Life and Social Theology. Durham, NC, 1992.

Bradley, Ian. “Gerrard Winstanley: England’s Pioneer Green?” History Today 39, no. 8 (1989): 12–17.

Bradley, James E. “The Changing Shape of Religious Ideas in Enlightened England.” In Seeing Things Their Way: Intellectual History and the Return of Religion, edited by Alister Chapman, John Coffey, and Brad S. Gregory, 175–201. Notre Dame: University of Notre Dame Press, 2009.

———., and Dale K. Van Kley, eds. Religion and Politics in Enlightenment Europe. Notre Dame: University of Notre Dame Press, 2001.

———. Religion, Revolution, and English Radicalism : Nonconformity in Eighteenth-Century Politics and Society. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1990.

———. “The Religious Origins of Radical Politics in England, Scotland, and Ireland, 1662-1800.” In Religion and Politics in Enlightenment Europe, edited by James E. Bradley and Dale K. Van Kley, 187–253. Notre Dame: University of Notre Dame Press, 2001.

Braithwaite, William C. The Beginnings of Quakerism. London: Macmillan and Co., 1912.

Brecht, Martin. ed. Geschichte der Pietismus. Vol. 1: Der Pietismus vom siebzehnten bis zum frühen achtzehnten Jahrhundert. Göttingen, 1993.

Brod, Manfred. “A Radical Network in the English Revolution: John Pordage and His Circle, 1646-54.” English Historical Review 119, no. 484 (2004): 1230–53.

Brooke, John Hedley, and Maclean Ian, eds. Heterodoxy in Early Modern Science and Religion. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2005.

Brown, Sylvia Monica. Women, Gender, and Radical Religion in Early Modern Europe. Leiden; Boston: Brill, 2007.

Bubenheimer, Ulrich. Thomas Müntzer: Herkunft und Bildung. Leiden, 1989.

Buchwald, Jed Z. Feingold Mordechai. Newton and the Origin of Civilization. Princeton; Oxford: Princeton University Press, 2013.

Bulman, William J. “Enlightenment and Religious Politics in Restoration England.” History Compass 10, no. 10 (2012): 752–64.

Burgess, Glenn Festenstein Matthew, ed. English Radicalism, 1550-1850. Cambridge, UK; New York: Cambridge University Press, 2007.

Burns, Norman T. Christian Mortalism from Tyndale to Milton. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1972.

Burrage, C. The Early English Dissenters. 2 vols. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1912.

Buyse, Filip, “Boyle, Spinoza, and the Hartlib Circle: The Correspondence which never took place,” in Societate si politica, 7(2), 2013.

Buys, Ruben S. “Altaar voor een onbekende God. Het megalomane denken van Abraham van Stolk Czn.”, in Geschiedenis van de Wijsbegeerte in Nederland 14 (2003): 157-178.

———. “Between Actor and Spectator. Arnout Geulincx and the Stoics”, in British Journal for the History of Philosophy 18 (2010), nr. 5, 741-761.

———.  “Hola alle Heydenen en zijn gheen godtloosen gheweest noch onsaligh. Coornhert en het redelijke alternatief,” in Gruppelaar (ed.), D.V. Coornhert (1522-1590): polemist en vredezoeker. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press, 2010, 13-33.

———.  “Scriptura humana loquitur. Spinoza en het beginsel van de goddelijke accommodatie”, in Geschiedenis van de Wijsbegeerte in Nederland 13 (2002), 165-184.

———.  “Sparks of Reason: Dirck Volckertsz Coornhert’s Rationalistic View on Man and Morals”, in Dutch Crossing 36 (2012), nr. 1, 19-34.

———.  “‘te doene tghene datmen verstaet’: Lekenwijsheid, stadse Stoa en vrijzinnig christendom tussen Reformatie en Opstand”, in Queeste 12 (2005), no. 1, 18-46.

Byrne, David. “Anne Conway, Early Quaker Thought, and the New Science.” Quaker History 96, no. 1 (Spring 2007): 24–35.

Cantor, Geoffrey N. Quakers, Jews, and Science: Religious Responses to Modernity and the Sciences in Britain, 1650-1900. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2005.

Capp, Bernard. “The Religious Marketplace: Public Disputations in Civil War and Interregnum England.” English Historical Review 129, no. 536 (2014): 47–78.

Carroll, Kenneth L. “Quakers in Venice, 1657-1658.” Quaker History 92, no. 1 (2003): 22–33.

Carter, Christopher. “The Family of Love and its Enemies.” Sixteenth Century Journal 37, no. 3 (Fall 2006): 651–72

Cate, Steven Blaupot ten. Gedachten over de getals-vermindering bij de Doopsgezinden in Nederland: naar aanleiding der schets van den heer J.H. Halbertsma: Over de Herkomst der Doopsgezinden. F. Muller, 1844.

———.  Geschiedenis der Doopezinden in Friesland, 1839

———. Geschiedenis der Doopsgezinden in Groningen, Overijssel en Oost-Friesland: van derzelver ontstaan tot dezen tijd, uit oorspronkelijke stukken en echte bezigten opgemaakt. Eekhoff en Wolters, 1842.

———. Geschiedenis der doopsgezinden in Holland, Zeeland, Utrecht, en Gelderland. Van Kampen, 1847.

———. Geschiedkundig onderzoek naar den waldenzischen oorsprong van de nederlandsche doopsgezinden. F. Muller, 1844.

Clasen, Claus-Peter. “Nuernberg in the History of Anabaptism.” Mennonite Quarterly Review 37 (1965), 25-39.

Coffey, John. Persecution and Toleration in Protestant England, 1558-1689. Harlow: Longman, 2000.

Coggins, James R. John Smyth’s Congregation. English Separatism, Mennonite Influence, and the Elect Nation. Waterloo/Scottdale, 1991.

Como, David R. Blown by the Spirit: Puritanism and the Emergence of an Antinomian Underground in Pre-Civil-War England. Stanford: Stanford University Press, 2004.

______. “Radical Puritanism, c. 1558-1660” in J. Coffey and P. Lim, eds., The Cambridge Companion to Puritanism. Cambridge University Press, 2008.

Cordes, Rudolf. Jan Zoet, Amsterdammer, 1609–1674: Leven en werk van een kleurrijk Schrijver. Hilversum: Verloren, 2008.

Cornwall, Robert D., and William Gibson, eds. Religion, Politics and Dissent, 1660-1832: Essays in Honour of James E. Bradley. Farnham: Ashgate, 2010.

Couder,t A., A Quaker-Kabbalist Controversy: George Fox’s Reaction to Francis Mercury van Helmont, in Journal of the Warburg and Courtauld Institutes, 39, 1976.

Coudert, A., The Impact of the Kabbalah in the Seventeenth Century: the Life and Though of Francis Mercury van Helmont (1614-1698), Leiden, 1999.

Coutts, Alfred. Hans Denck 1495-1527: Humanist and Heretic. Edinburgh, 1927.

Crocker, Robert, ed. Religion, Reason, and Nature in Early Modern Europe. Dordrecht; Boston: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 2001.

Davies, Adrian. The Quakers in English Society, 1655-1725. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 2000.

Davies, S. F. “The Reception of Reginald Scot’s Discovery of Witchcraft: Witchcraft, Magic, and Radical Religion.” Journal of the History of Ideas 74, no. 3 (2013): 381–401.

de Waardt, Hans. “Asyl in Amsterdam”, Annalen des Historischen Vereins für den Niederrhein 206 (2003): 169-184.

———.  “‘I beg your pardon: I am a heretic! A countryside conventicle in Holland in the 1520s’,” in: August den Hollander, Alex Noord, Mirjam van Veen, Anna Voolstra (eds); co-editors Michael Driedger, Gary Waite, Religious minorities and cultural diversity in the Dutch Republic: studies presented to Piet Visser on the occasion of his 65th birthday. Leiden: Brill, 2014, 29-40.

———. “Justus Velsius Haganus: An erudite but rambling prophet.” In Exile and Religious Identity, 1500-1800, edited by Jesse Sponholz and Gary K. Waite,97-109; 223-27. London: Pickering & Chatto, 2014.

———.  “Religie, duivelspact en toverij.” Tijdschrift voor geschiedenis 118 (2005): 400-415.

———.  “Toverij en samenleving. Holland 1500-1800.” Hollandse Historische Reeks 15 (1991).

———.  “Verlöschen und Entfachen der Scheiterhaufen. Holland und Brabant in den 1590er Jahren.” In Hexenprozesse und Gerichtspraxis Herbert Eiden en Rita Voltmer (red.), 315-329.  Trier, 2002.

———.  “Witchcraft, Spiritualism and Medicine: the Religious Convictions of Johan Wier.” The Sixteenth Century Journal 47 (2011): 369-391.

Decavele, Johan. De eerste protestanten in de Lage Landen. Geloof en heldenmoed. Leuven/Zwolle, 2004.

Dejung, Christoph. “Sebastian Franck.” Bibliotheca Dissidentium 7 (1986), 39-119.

———. Wahrheit und Hӓresie: Untersuchungen zur Geschichtsphilosophie bei Sebastian Franck. Zurich, 1980.

Deppermann, Klaus. Melchior Hoffman: Social Unrest and Apocalyptic Visions in the Age of Reformation. Malcolm Wren, trans. Benjamin Drewery, ed. Edinburgh, 1987.

———. “Sebastian Francks Straßburger Aufenthalt.” in Sebastian Frank (1499-1542). Jan-Dirk Müller, ed. Wiesbaden, 1993, 103-118.

Dipple, Geoffrey L. “Contrition;” Denck, Hans;” Franck, Sebastian;” “Incarnation;” “Müntzer, Thomas;” in The Westminster Companion to Theologies of the Reformation. edited by R. Ward Holder. Louisville: John Knox Westminster Press, 2010.

———.  “Just as in the Time of the Apostles”: Uses of History in the Radical Reformation. Kitchener, ON: Pandora Press, 2005.

———. “Pilgram Marpeck, the Spiritualizers, and the Anabaptist View of Church History,” in Commoners and Community: Essays in Honour of Werner O. Packull, edited by C. Arnold Snyder, 217-232. Kitchener, ON: Pandora Press, 2002.

———. “Radical Theology,” in T&T Clark Companion to Reformation Theology, edited by David Whitford, 291-314. Edinburgh: T&T Clark, 2012.

———. “Sebastian Franck and the Münster Anabaptist Kingdom” in Radical Reformation Studies, edited by Dipple and Packull, 91-105.

———. “Sebastian Franck in Strasbourg,” Mennonite Quarterly Review 78 (1999): 783- 802.

———. “The Spiritualist Anabaptists,” in A Companion to Spiritualism and Anabaptism 1521-1700, edited by James M. Stayer and John Roth, 257-297. Leiden: E.J. Brill, 2007.

———. “‘Yet from time to time there were men who protested against these evils’: Anabaptism and Medieval Heresy” in Protestant History and Identity in Sixteenth-Century Europe. St Andrews Studies in Reformation History, edited by Bruce Gordon, 1:123-137. Aldershot: Scolar Press, 1996.

Driedger, Michael D. “An Article Missing from the Mennonite Encyclopedia: ‘The Enlightenment in the Netherlands’” in Commoners and Community, edited by C. Arnold Snyder, 101-120. Kitchener: Pandora Press; and Scottdale and Waterloo: Herald Press, 2002.

———. “Anabaptism and Religious Radicalism” in Palgrave Advances in the European Reformations, edited by Alec Ryrie, 212-231. Houndsmills and New York: Palgrave, 2006.

———. “Anabaptists and the Early Modern State: A Long-Term View” in Companion to Anabaptism and Spiritualism, 1521-1700, edited by John D. Roth and James M. Stayer,  507-544. Leiden and Boston: Brill, 2007

———. “Competing Visions of the Mennonite Gemeinde [Congregation/Community]: Examples from Early Modern Krefeld in their Dutch Context” in Defining Community in Early Modern Europe, edited by Michael Halvorson and Karen Spierling, 267-287. Aldershot, UK: Ashgate, 2008.

———. “Crossing Max Weber’s ‘Great Divide’: Comparing Early Modern Jewish and Anabaptist Histories.” in Radical Reformation Studies, edited by Geoffrey Dipple and Werner Packull, 157-174. Aldershot: Ashgate Publishing, 1999.

———. “Expanding Our Historiographical Vision” in Grenzen des Täufertums / Boundaries of Anabaptism: Neue Forschungen, edited by Anselm Schubert, Astrid von Schlachta, and Michael Driedger. Gütersloh: Gütersloher Verlagshaus, 2009.

———. “The Extant Writings of Geeritt Roosen,” Mennonite Quarterly Review 74 (2000): 159-169.

———. “Gerrit Karsdorp (1729-1811): Mennonitenprediger und Förderer der Aufklärung in Hamburg. Die Bibliothek eines Hamburger Kaufmanns,” Mennonitische Geschichtsblätter, 56 (1999): 35-53.

———. “The Intensification of Religious Commitment: Jews, Anabaptists, Radical Reform, and Confessionalization.” in Jews, Judaism, and the Reformation in 16th-Century Germany  Eds. Dean Phillip Bell and Stephen G. Burnett, 269-299. Leiden and Boston: Brill, 2006.

———. “Kanonen, Schießpulver und Wehrlosigkeit. Cord, Geeritt und B.C. Roosen in Holstein und Hamburg 1532-1905,” Mennonitische Geschichtsblätter 52 (1995): 101-121.

———. “Mennonites, Gender and the Rise of Civil Society in the Dutch Enlightenment.” in Sisters: Myth and Reality of Anabaptist, Mennonite, and Doopsgezind Women ca. 1525-1900, edited by Mirjam van Veen, Piet Visser, Gary K. Waite, Els Kloek, Marion Kobelt-Groch, and Anna Voolstra, 229-249. Leiden: Brill, 2014.

———. Obedient Heretics: Mennonite Identities in Lutheran Hamburg and Altona during the Confessional Age. Aldershot, UK: Ashgate, 2002.

———. Response to Graeme Hunter: Spinoza and the Boundary Zones of Religious Interaction,” The Conrad Grebel Review 25, no. 3 (Fall 2007).

———. “Sind Mennoniten tatsächlich Wiedertäufer? Der Reichskammergerichtsprozeß Hübner contra Plus 1661-1663.” in Aussenseiter zwischen Mittelalter und Neuzeit, edited by Norbert Fischer and Marion Kobelt-Groch, 135-149. Leiden: Brill, 1997.

———. “Spaltung und Führungsstreit in der flämischen Mennonitengemeinde zu Hamburg und Altona während des späten 17. Jahrhunderts,” Mennonitische Geschichtsblätter, 51 (1994): 24-40.

———. “Spinoza and the Boundary Zones of Religious Interaction,” The Conrad Grebel Review 25:3 (2007): 21-28.

———. Zuflucht und Koexistenz: 400 Jahre Mennoniten in Hamburg und Altona. Bolanden-Weierhof: Mennonitischer Geschichtsverein. Germany, 2001.

Durston, Christopher Maltby Judith D., ed. Religion in Revolutionary England. Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2006.

Ecke, Karl. Schwenckfeld, Luther und der Gedanke einer apostolischen Reformation. Berlin, 1911.

Eijnatten, Joris van. Liberty and Concord in the United Provinces: Religious Toleration and the Public in the Eighteenth-Century Netherlands. Leiden: Brill, 2003.

Eijnatten, Joris van and Fred van Lieburg. Nederlandse religiegeschiedenis. Hilversum, 2005.

Elmer, Peter. “Medicine, Science and the Quakers: the ‘Puritainism-Science’ Debate Reconsidered.” Journal of the Friends’ Historical Society 54, no. 6 (1981): 265–86.

Elmer, Peter. Witchcraft, Witch-Hunting, and Politics in Early Modern England. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2016.

Erb, Peter. ed., Schwenckfeld and Early Schwenkfeldianism: Papers Presented at the Colloquium on Schwenckfeld and the Schwenkfelders. Pennsburg, 1986.

———. “Valentin Crautwald,” Bibliotheca Dissidentium 6 (1985), 1-70.

Evans, Gillian. «Sancta Indifferentia and Adiaphora: “Holy Indifference” and “Things indifferent”», Common Knowledge 15(1) (2009).

Fast, Heinold. “Hans Denck and Thomas Müntzer,” Mennonite Quarterly Review 45 (1971), 82-83.

———. “Hans Krüsis Büchlein über Glauben und Taufe: Ein Täuferdruck von 1525,” Zwingliana 11 (1962), 457-75.

Fix, Andrew C. Fallen Angels: Balthasar Bekker, Spirit Belief, and Confessionalism in the Seventeenth Century Dutch Republic. Dordrecht: Kluwer, 1999.

———. “Mennonites and Collegiants in Holland 1630– 1700,” Mennonite Quarterly Review 64 (1990), 160– 77.

———. Prophecy and Reason: The Dutch Collegiants in the Early Enlightenment. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1991.

Force, James E. eds. The Books of Nature and Scripture: Recent Essays on Natural Philosophy, Theology, and Biblical Criticism in the Netherlands of Spinoza’s Time and the British Isles of Newton’s Time. Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic, 1994.

———., and Richard H. Popkin. Newton and Religion: Context, Nature and Influence. Dordrecht: Springer, 2011.

———., and Richard H. Popkin, eds. The Millenarian Turn: Millenarian Contexts of Science, Politics, and Everyday Anglo-American Life in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries. Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 2001.

Foster, Claude R., Jr. “Hans Denck and Johann Buenderlin: A Comparative Study,” Mennonite Quarterly Review 49 (1965), 115-24.

Frampton, Travis L. Spinoza and the Rise of Historical Criticism of the Bible. New York: T & T Clark, 2006.

Frijhoff, Willem. Embodied Belief. Ten Essays on Religious Dutch Culture. Hilversum, 2002.

Gäbler, Ulrich. “Johannes Bünderlin.” in Biblioteca Dissidentium, vol. 3. André Seguenny and Jean Rott, eds. Baden-Baden, 1982, 9-42.

Garside, Charles Jr. “Ludwig Haetzer’s Pamphlet Against Images: A Critical Study,” Mennonite Quarterly Review 34 (1960), 20-36.

Gibson, K., “John Dury’s Apocalyptic Thought: a Reassessment,” in Journal of Ecclesiastical History, 61(2), 2010.

Gibson, William. Religion and the Enlightenment, 1600-1800: Conflict and the Rise of Civic Humanism in Taunton. Oxford: Peter Lang, 2007.

Gockel, Matthias. “A Reformer’s Dissent from Lutheranism: Reconsidering the Theology of Hans Denck (ca. 1500-1527),” Archiv für Reformationsgeschichte 91 (2000), 127-48.

Goeters, J. F. Gerhard. Ludwig Hätzer (ca. 1500 bis 1529), Spiritualist und Antitrinitarier: Eine Randfigur der frühen Täuferbewegung. Gütersloh, 1957.

Goldhammer, Kurt. “Der Toleranzgedanke bei Franck und Wiegel,” Archiv für Reformationsgeschichte 47 (1956), 180-211.

Goossens, Aline. “Karel V en de onderdrukking van de wederdopers,” Doopsgezinde Bijdragen 27 (2001), 15– 31.

Gorceix, Bernard. La Mystique de Valentin Weigle (1533-1588) et les origins de la theosophie allemande. Paris, 1972.

Grasso, Christopher. “Skepticism and Faith: The Early Republic.” Common-Place: The Interactive Journal of Early American Life 9, no. 2 (2009): 1.

Greengrass, Mark, Michael Leslie, and Timothy Raylor, eds. Samuel Hartlib and Universal Reformation: Studies in Intellectual Communication. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1994.

Gregory, Brad S. Salvation at Stake. Christian Martyrdom in Early Modern Europe. Cambridge/ London, 1999.

Gregory, Jeremy. “Introduction: Transforming ‘the Age of Reason’ into ‘an Age of Faiths’: Or, Putting Religions and Beliefs (Back) into the Eighteenth Century.” Journal for Eighteenth-Century Studies 32, no. 3 (2009): 287–305.

———. “Religion: Faith in the Age of Reason.” Journal for Eighteenth-Century Studies 34, no. 4 (2011): 435–43.

Grell, Ole Peter, and Andrew Cunningham, ed. Toleration in Enlightenment Europe. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2006.

Grell, Ole Peter and Bob Scribner, eds. Tolerance and intolerance in the European Reformation. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1996.

Grijp, Louis Peter. “A different flavour in a Psalm-minded setting. Mennonite songs from the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries,” in Visser (1994), 110–32.

Gritsch, Eric W. The Authority of the ‘Inner Word’, A Theological Study of the Major German Spiritual Reformers of the Sixteenth Century. New Haven, 1959.

Grützmacher, Richard H. Wort und Geist-Eine historische und dogmatische Untersuchung rum Gnadenmittel des Wortes. Leipzig, 1902.

Guggisberg, Hans R., Bruce Gordon, ed. Sebastian Castellio, 1515–1563: Humanist and Defender of Religious Toleration in a Confessional Age. Aldershot: Ashgate, 2003.

Guggisberg, Hans R. Sebastian Castellio im Urteil seiner Nachwelt vom Späthumanismus bis zur Aufklärung. Basel/Stuttgart: Helbing & Lichtenhahn, 1956.

Haakonssen, Knud, ed. Enlightenment and Religion: Rational Dissent in Eighteenth-Century Britain. Ideas in Context. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2006.

Hajenius, A. M. L. Dopers in de Domstad. Geschiedenis van de Doopsgezinde Gemeente Utrecht 1639 –1939. Hilversum, 2003.

Hall, Thor. “Possibilities of Erasmian Influence on Denck and Hubmaier in Their Views on the Freedom of the Will,” Mennonite Quarterly Review 35 (1961), 149-70.

Hamilton, Alastair. The Family of Love. Baden-Baden: Koerner, 2003.

Harder, Tom. “The Way to the City of Peace: The Anabaptist Utopia of Pieter Pietersz.” MQR 78 (2004), 525–542.

Harkness, Deborah E. John Dee’s Conversations with Angels: Cabala, Alchemy, and the End of Nature. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1999.

Harris, Jason “The Religious Position of Abraham Ortelius.” Pp. 89–140 in: Arie Jan Gelderblom/ Jan L. de Jong/Marc Van Vaeck, eds. The Low Countries as a Crossroads of Religious Beliefs, Leiden: Brill, 2004.

Harrison, Peter. The Bible, Protestantism, and the Rise of Natural Science. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1998.

———. “Experimental Religion and Experimental Science in Early Modern England.” Intellectual History Review 21, no. 4 (2011): 413–33.

———. The Fall of Man and the Foundations of Science. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2007.

———. “Miracles, Early Modern Science, and Rational Religion.” Church History 75, no. 3 (2006): 493–510.

Hatton, Jean. George Fox: the Founder of the Quakers. Grand Rapids, 2007.

Hayden-Roy, Patrick Marshall. The Inner Word and the Outer World: A Biography of Sebastian Franck. New York, 1994.

Hayes, T. Wilson. “John Everard and the Familist Tradition.” In The Origins of Anglo-American Radicalism, edited by Margaret C. Jacob and Jacob James R., 60–69. London: Allen & Unwin, 1984.

———. “The Peaceful Apocalypse: Familism and Literacy in sixteenth-Century England.” Sixteenth Century Journal 17, no. 2 (Summer 1986): 131–43.

Hegler, Alfred. Geist und Schrift bei Sebastian Franck. Eine Studie zur Geschichte des Spiritualismus in der Reformationszeit Freiburg, 1892.

Henry, John. Religion, Magic, and the Origins of Science in Early Modern England. Farnham: Ashgate, 2012.

Heering, Jan Paul. “The sources of Grotius’ De veritate religionis christianae,” in Grotiana, 35, 2014.

Hessayon, Ariel. “Jacob Boeme and the Early Quakers.” Journal of the Friends’ Historical Society 60, no. 3 (2005): 191–223.

Hill, Christopher. Antichrist in Seventeenth-Century England. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1971.

———. “Irreligion in the ‘Puritan’ Revolution.” In Radical Religion in the English Revolution, edited by J. F. McGregor and B. Reay, 191–211. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1984.

———. The Religion of Gerrard Winstanley. Past and Present Supplement, 5. Oxford: Past and Present Society, 1978.

———. The World Turned Upside Down: Radical Ideas During the English Revolution. London: Penguin Books, 1991.

Hirsch, Emanuel. “Zum Verständnis Schwenckfelds,” in Festgabe Karl Muller. Otto Scheel, ed. Tübingen, 1922, 145-70.

Hofman, Bert. A Bibliography of Menno Simons ca. 1496– 1561. Dutch Reformer. With a Census of Known Copies. Nieuwkoop, 1962.

———. Liedekens vol gheestich confoort. Een bijdrage tot de kennis van de zestiendeeeuwse Schriftuurlijke lyriek. Hilversum, 1993.

Holl, Karl. Luther und die Schwärmer. Gesammelte Aufsätze zur Kirchengeschichte. Vol. 1.Tübingen, 1923, 420-67.

Hooykaas, R. Religion and the Rise of Modern Science. Edinburgh: Scottish Academic Press, 1972.

Horst, Irvin Buckwalter, ed. The Dutch Dissenters: A Critical Companion to Their History and Ideas. Leiden, 1986.

Hull, William I. Benjamin Furly and Quakerism in Rotterdam. Philadephia, 1941.

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———.  “Contre la secte … des libertins”; “Epistre contre un Cordelier”; “Response à un certain Holandois.” Ioannis Calvini Opera Omnia denuo recognita series IV, volumen I. Genève, 2005.

———.  “‘Contaminated with David Joris’s blasphemies’. David Joris’s contribution to Castellio’s De haereticis an sint persequendi.” Bibliothèque d’Humanisme et Renaissance, 69 (2007): 313-326.

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———.  “‘In allen gants suyver, ende ghenoechsaem’: Dirk Volckertsz Coornhert (1522-1590) en de bijbel.” Nederlands Theologisch Tijdschrift 54 (2000): 310-325.

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———. “‘No one born of God commits sin’ Coornhert’s perfectionism.” Dutch Review of Church History 84 (2004): 338- 357.

———.  “‘Prophecie oder weyssaging’. Een onbekend geschrift van David Joris.” Tijdschrift voor Nederlandse Kerkgeschiedenis (2001): 3-9.

———.  “‘ontallijcke brieven van eenderley materie’. De propaganda van David Joris.” Doopsgezinde Bijdragen, 32 (2006): 39-74.

———.  “Spiritualism in the Netherlands. From David Joris to Dirck Volckertsz Coornhert.” The Sixteenth Century Journal 33 (2002/1): 129-150.

———.   “‘… Stoica Paradoxa…’ Sebastian Castellio’s polemic against Calvin’s doctrine of predestination.” Bibliothèque d’Humanisme et Renaissance 77 (2015): 325-350.

———.  “‘Supporters of the devil’: Calvin’s Image of the Libertines.” Calvin Theological Journal 40 (2005): 21-32.

———.   “‘… tot hoognutte verstandigheyd vanden onverstandigen’ Coornhert en de klassieken.” Groniek 163 (2004): 239-246.

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———. “De artes als zinnebeeld over doopsgezinden en hun relatie tot kunst en wetenschap,” De Zeventiende Eeuw 5 (1989), 92– 102.

———. “Het bedrieglijk onbewogen bestaan van brieven. Een editorische vergelijking tussen de geschreven en de gedrukte martelaarsteksten van Jeronimus en Lysken Segers,” Doopsgezinde Bijdragen 29 (2003b), 65– 87.

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———. Dat Rijp is moet eens door eygen Rijpheydt vallen. Doopsgezinden en de Gouden Eeuw van De Rijp. Wormerveer, 1992.

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———. et al., eds. From Martyr to Muppy (Mennonite Urban Professionals). A Historical Introduction to Cultural Assimilation Processes of a Religious Minority in the Netherlands. Amsterdam, 1994. [Visser (1994)]

———. “Geschiedenis van het doperse voorgangerschap,” in Nanne E. Haspels, Een Gideonsbende. Doopsgezinde Gemeenten en hun visie op voorgangers. Amsterdam, 2003a.

———. “De haat-liefde relatie tussen doperdom en socianianisme in de doperse historiographie,” Doopsgezinde Bijdragen: (2004a), 249– 64.

———. Het lied dat nooit verstomde. Vier eeuwen doopsgezinde liedboekjes. Den Iip, 1988b.

———. Keurige ketters. De Nederlandse doopsgezinden in de eeuw van de Verlichting. Amsterdam, 2004b.

———. “Lithanie van een liturgisch stiefkind. Een korte geschiedenis van de psalm bij de doopsgezinden,” in J. de Bruijn, ed., Psalmzingen in de Nederlanden. Vanaf de zeventiende eeuw tot heden. Kampen, 1991, 115– 48.

______. “Mennonites and Doopsgezinden in the Netherlands, 1535–1700, in: Roth/ Stayer (2007), 299–346.

———. “Op zoek naar collegiantische liederen met sociniaanse trekken in Stapels Lusthof der Zielen (1681),” Doopsgezinde Bijdragen 30 (2004c), 265– 91.

———. “De pilgrimage van Jan Luyken door de doopsgezinde boekenwereld,” Doopsgezinde Bijdragen 25 (1999), 167– 95.

———. “Schabaliana. Een bibliografische na-oogst van het werk van Dierick en Jan Philipsz Schabaelje,” Doopsgezinde Bijdragen 28 (2002), 173– 210.

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______. “The Path to Conversion: The Controversy between Hans de Ries and Nittert Obbesz,” in: Walter Klaassen (ed.), Anabaptism Revisited, Scottdale, PA: Herald Press, 1992, 98–114.

Vos, Karel. Menno Simons 1496– 1561. Zijn leven en werken en zijne reformatorische denkbeelden. Leiden, 1914.

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———. “An Artisan’s Worldview? David Joris, Magic and the Cosmos,” in Commoners and Community: Essays in Honour of Werner O. Packull, ed. C. Arnold Snyder (Kitchener: Pandora Press and Scottdale and Waterloo: Herald Press, 2002), 167-94.

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———. “Conversos and Spiritualists in Spain and the Netherlands: The Experience of Inner Exile, c.1540-1620,” in Exile and Religious Identities, 1500-1800, eds. Jesse Spohnholz and Gary K. Waite, vol. 18 of Religious Cultures in the Early Modern World (London: Pickering & Chatto, 2014), 157-70.

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———. “David Joris en de opkomst van de sceptische traditie jegens de duivel in de vroeg-moderne Nederlanden,” in Duivelsbeelden in de Nederlanden, eds. Gerard Rooijakkers, Lène Dresen-Coenders, & Margreet Geerdes (Baarn, Ambo b.v., 1994), 216-31. Chapter translated by Piet Visser.

———. “Demonic affliction or divine chastisement? Conceptions of illness and healing amongst Spiritualists and Mennonites in Holland, c.1530-c.1630,” in Illness and Healing Alternatives in Western Europe, eds. Marijke Gijswijt-Hofstra, Hilary Marland and Hans de Waardt, Routledge Studies in the Social History of Medicine Series (London and New York: Routledge Press, 1997), 59-79.

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———. “The Dutch Nobility and Anabaptism, 1535-1545.” The Sixteenth Century Journal 23(1992), 458-85.

———. Eradicating the Devil’s Minions: Anabaptists and Witches in Reformation Europe, 1535-1600. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2007. Produced in paperback June, 2009.

———. “Fear and Loathing in the Radical Reformation: David Joris’s Efforts to Achieve Emotional Calm in the Midst of Adversity, 1525-1556,” in preparation for a volume on the theme of Feeling Exclusion, edited by Charles Zika and Giovanni Tarantino, book proposal submitted to Routledge Press.

———. “From David Joris to Balthasar Bekker?: The Radical Reformation and Scepticism towards the Devil in the Early Modern Netherlands (1540-1700),” Fides et Historia 28:1 (Winter/Spring, 1996, appeared in 1997), 5-26.

———. Heresy, Magic and Witchcraft in Early Modern Europe, in the European Culture and Society Series, ed. Jeremy Black. Basingstoke, U.K.: Palgrave Macmillan Publishers, June, 2003.

———. “The Holy Spirit Speaks Dutch: David Joris and the Promotion of the Dutch Language, 1539-1545.” Church History, 61(1992), 47-59.

———. “The Longevity of Spiritualistic Anabaptism: The Literary Legacy of David Joris.” Canadian Journal of History / Annales Canadiennes D’Histoire, 26(1991), 177-98.

———. “‘Man is a Devil to Himself’: David Joris and the Rise of a Sceptical Tradition towards the Devil in the Early Modern Netherlands, 1540-1600,” Nederlands Archief voor Kerkgeschiedenis / Dutch Review of Church History, 75/1(1995), 1-30. Reprinted in Brian P. Levack, ed., Witchcraft, Magic, and Demonology, 6 vols., vol.1, Demonology, Religion, and Witchcraft (New York: Routledge, 2001), 425-36.

———. “Menno and Muhammad: Anabaptists and Mennonites Reconsider Islam, 1525-1650,” The Sixteenth Century Journal 41 (2010), 995-1016.

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———. “Radical Religion and the medical Profession: The Spiritualist David Joris and the Brothers Weyer (Wier),” in Radikalität und Dissent im 16. Jahrhundert / Radicalism and Dissent in the Sixteenth Century, special edition of the Zeitschrift für historische Forschung, eds. Hans-Jürgen Goertz and James M. Stayer (Berlin, Duncker & Humblot, 2002), 167-85.

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———. “Talking Animals, Preserved Corpses and Venusberg: The Sixteenth-Century Worldview and Popular Conceptions of the Spiritualist David Joris (1501-1556),” Social History, 20 (1995), 137-56.

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———. “Where did the Devil Go? Language and the Revolt in the Netherlands, 1566-1648,” in Interlinguicity, Internationality and Shakespeare, ed. Michael Saenger (Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2014), 59-72, 227-37.

———. “Writing in the Heavenly Language: a Guide to the Works of David Joris.” Renaissance and Reformation / Renaissance et Réforme, n.s. 14(Fall, 1990, issued December, 1991), 297-319.

———. Assistant co-editor with Michael Driedger, Religious Minorities and Cultural Diversity in the Dutch Republic: Studies presented to Piet Visser on the Occasion of his 65th Birthday, August den Hollander, Alex Noord, Mirjam van Veen and Anna Voolstra, eds. Brill’s Series in Church History 67. Leiden: E.J. Brill, 2014.

———. Co-Editor, with Els Kloek, Marion Kobelt-Groch, Mirjam van Veen, Piet Visser, and Anna Voolstra, Myth and Reality of Anabaptist / Mennonite Women, c. 1525-1900, Brill’s Series in Church History. Leiden: E.J. Brill, September 2014.

———. Co-Editor, with Jesse Spohnholz, Exile and Religious Identities, 1500-1800. London: Pickering & Chatto Press, June 2014.

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———. “Cultures of Coexistence in Early Modern England: History, Literature and Religious Toleration.” Seventeenth Century 28 (2013): 115–37. doi:10.1080/0268117X.2013.792151.

Ward, W. R. Early Evangelicalism: A Global Intellectual History, 1670-1789. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2006.

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———. “Das fragmentierte Mosaik: Was sind die Aussichten einer Paracelsus Edition,” Nova Acta Paracelsica (2011).

______.  “From Radical Reformation to Mystical Pre-Enlightenment,” forthcoming in: Carl Niekerk (ed.), How Radical Was the German Enlightenment?, Leiden: Brill, 2017.

———. German Mysticism From Hildegard of Bingen to Ludwig Wittgenstein: A Literary and Intellectual History.  Albany: SUNY Press, 1993.

———. “Das gute Leben in einstürzenden Welten: Paracelsus, Valentin Weigel und Jakob Boehme,” in Gutes Leben und guter Tod von der Spätantike bis zur Gegenwart: Ein philosophisch-ethischer Diskurs über die Jahrhunderte hinweg, ed. Albrecht Classen, 137-55.  Berlin: de Gruyter, 2012.

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———. Jacob Boehme’s Aurora (Morgen Röte im auffgang, 1612) and A Fundamental Report (Gründlicher Bericht, Mysterium Pansophicum, 1620): Translation, Introduction, and Commentary. Leiden: Brill, 2013.

———. “Meister Eckhart and Valentin Weigel.” in The Companion to Meister Eckhart, ed. Jeremy Hackett, 607-28. Leiden: Brill, 2013.

———. Paracelsus: Speculative Theory and the Crisis of the Early Reformation.  Albany: SUNY Press, 1997.

———.“Paracelsus and the Idea of the Renaissance,” in  (eds.), Die Wiederkehr der Renaissance in der Literatur und Kunst des 19. unnd 20. Jahrhunderts, edited by Frank Baron and Helmut Koopmann. Paderborn: mentis Verlag, 2013.

———. “Paracelsus, Böhme und die Metaphysik des Willens.” Philosophien des Willens—Böhme, Schelling, Schopenhauer, ed. Günther Bonheim und Thomas Regehly. Berlin: Weißensee Verlag, 2008.

———.“Radical Reformation and the Anticipation of Modernism in Jacob Boehme,” An Introduction to Jacob Boehme, ed. Ariel Hessayon and Sarah Apatrei, 38-56.  New York and London: Routledge, 2013.

———.  “Theorie und Mystik in der Nachfolge des Paracelsus,” Morgen-Glantz, Yearbook Knorr von Rosenroth-Gesellschaft, 2002.

———. “Valentin Weigel: Selected Spiritual Writings.” Translation and Introduction.  In Classics of Western Spirituality. New York: Paulist Press, 2003.

———. Valentin Weigel (1533-88): German Religious Dissenter, Speculative Theorist, and Advocate of Tolerance.  Albany: State University of New York Press, 2000.

———.  “Valentin Weigel and The Fourfold Interpretation of the Creation,” Daphnis 34:1-2 (2005): 1-22.

———.  “Die Welt der Engel als Utopie des Friedens in Böhmes Aurora,” Festschrift für Ernst-Heinz Lemper (1999): 63-69.

———.  “Weigel.” in Dictionary of Gnosis and Western Esotericism, ed. Wouter J. Hanegraaff, 1165-1166. Leiden: Brill, 2005.

———.  “Weisheit als Weiblichkeit Gottes bei Paracelsus, Weigel und Boehme,” Manuskripte, Thesen, Informationen (2002): 43-51.

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———. The Life, Teachings and Work of Ludwig Hetzer 1500-1529. Dorchester, MA, 1930.

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———. Der deutsche Pantheismus im 16. Jahrhundert. Sebastian Franck und seine Wirkungen auf die Entwicklung der pantheistischen Philosophie in Deutschland. Berlin, 1972.

———. “Valentin Weigel und Jakob Boehme. Vertreter einer Entwicklungslinie progressiven Denkens in Deutschland,” Protokolband. Jakob-Böhme-Symposium Görlitz, 1977, 67-86.

———. “Valentin Weigel und seine Stellung in der deutschen Philosophie- und
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Wootton, David. “Deities, Devils, and Dams:  The Family of Love in Elizabethan England.” Proceedings of the British Academy 162 (2009): 45-67

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———.  Paolo Sarpi: Between Renaissance and Enlightenment. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1983.

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Zijlstra, Samme. Nicolaas Meyndertsz. van Blesdijk. Een bijdrage tot de geschiedenis van het Davidjorisme. Assen, 1983.

———. “Menno Simons and David Joris,” Mennonite Quarterly Review 62 (1988), 249-56.

———. Om de Ware Gemeente en de Oude Gronden: Geschiedenis van de Dopersen in de Nederlanden 1531-1675. Hilversum and Leeuwarden, 2000.

______. “Charisma und Toleranz: David Joris’ Briefwechsel mit verschiedenen Autoritäten (1534–1544).” Basler Zeitschrift für Geschichte und Altertumskunde 98 (1998), 5–34.

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