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For the debate with Moehler, see Joseph Fitzer, Moehler and Baur in Controversy, 1832–38: Romantic-Idealist Assessment of the Reformation and Counter-Reformation (Tallahassee, Fl. 1974). Evans, William B. "The Tübingen School: A Historical and Theological Investigation of the School of F. C. Baur. Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society 36 (1993): 247–249. Ferdinand Christian Baur. B. A. Gerrish (1987).

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Möhler and Baur in Controversy, 1832-38: Romantic-Idealist Assessment of the Reformation and Counter-Reformation. AAR Studies in Religion. Missoula, Montana: University of Montana Printing Department. Livingston, James C. 1997. Modern Christian Thought: The Enlightenmnet and Nienteenth Century.

Fitzer, Möhler and Baur in Controversy, 1832-38: Romantic-Idealist Assessment of the Reformation and Counter-Reformation (Tallahassee (FL), 1974) (AAR Studies in Religion, 7). F. Kaufmann, Foundations of Modern Church History (New York, 1992) (American University Studies. Series VII. Theology and Religion, 115). Th. Robinson, The Baur Thesis Examined: The Geography of Heresy in the Early Christian Church (Lewiston (NY)-Lampeter, 1988) (Studies in Bible and Early Christianity, 11). U. Köpf, g.

The Counter-Reformation (Latin: Contrareformatio), also called the Catholic Reformation (Latin: Reformatio Catholica) or the Catholic Revival, was the period of Catholic resurgence that was initiated in response to the Protestant Reformation. It began with the Council of Trent (1545–1563) and largely ended with the conclusion of the European wars of religion in 1648.

For biographical studies of Möhler, see my study and translation, Johann .

For biographical studies of Möhler, see my study and translation, Johann Adam Möhler: Unity in the Church (Washngton: Catholic University of America Press, 1996); Hervé Savon, Johann Adam Möhler: The Father of Modern Theology, trans. For a full discussion of the Möhler-Baur controversy, see Joseph, Fitzer, Moehler and Baur in Controversy, 1832–1838: Romantic Idealist Assessment of the Reformation and Counter-Reformation (Tallahasee, Fl. Amercian Academy of Religion, 1974).

During the Protestant Reformation the church’s conflicting tendencies toward both corruption and reform coincided with .

During the Protestant Reformation the church’s conflicting tendencies toward both corruption and reform coincided with the highly personal struggle of Martin Luther, who asked an essentially medieval question: How do I obtain a God who is merciful to me?  . The challenge of the Protestant Reformation became also an occasion for a resurgent Roman Catholicism to clarify and to reaffirm Roman Catholic principles; that endeavour had, in one sense, never been absent from the life and teaching of the church, but it was undertaken now with new force.