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This e-book bargains a wholly new view of Cornelis Hoens notion, constructing past due medieval traditions of dissent because the major resource of his critique of transubstantiation, and providing an in depth research of the effect Hoens treatise had on later Reformation proposal.
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It is remarkable that Huizinga at the same time believed that “the representation of an original, purely national Reformation in the Netherlands has been increasingly and without change in direction, conﬁrmed by the church historical studies of the twentieth century” (p. 151). In support of this view, Huizinga cited a review by L. W. Pont, Geschiedenis van het Lutheranisme in de Nederlanden tot 1618 (Haarlem, 1911); Knappert agreed with Pont that there had been no strong Lutheran movement in the sixteenth-century Low Countries and added that, instead, there had been “an original Dutch Reformation, a view increasingly adhered to by many scholars during recent years” (Museum 20  229– 231).
119 He then sketched a portrait of the members of this congregation, paying most of his attention to Hoen, “the man who most of all contributed to the spread of the new opinions in Delft and his place of residence, The Hague”. Not only did De Hoop Scheﬀer place the facts concerning Hoen in a new ideological context, but he also added important new pieces of information. 120 In his treatment of Hoen he made use of new published sources—among them Burman’s edition of a letter from Cornelis Aurelius to Hoen, and letters by Erasmus—as well as of archival materials.
His optimistic eighteenthcentury humanism made him search the historia gentium above all for the historia humanitatis and he strove to explain its development causally. The relationship between the various eras he compared to the ages of man; in this view, the German nations, reborn through Christianity, represented adulthood. As Van Heusde saw it, this stage of maturity was characterized by independence and a search for personal liberty. For his inﬂuence on the ‘Groninger richting’, see J. Huizinga, Geschiedenis der [Groningse] universiteit gedurende de derde eeuw van haar bestaan, 1814–1914 (1914) in Verzamelde werken VIII (Haarlem, 1951), pp.