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Gleaning The Field: Marot's Religious Sensitivity

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To gather the results of our research, this chapter summarises what can be considered established with regard to Clément Marot and the way he related to the religious issues of his days. A basic element certainly is Marots notoriety as a Lutheran. One of the main aspects thus hoped to have clarified with regard to Marots religious position is that one cannot speak of one single way in which Marot related to religious issues. It changed because positions were taken geared to the times and related to the circumstances. Leaving the tentative biographical reconstruction, and turning to the more systematic assessment of Marots religious sensitivity, one note that the comparison of Jean Calvins and Marots accompanying texts to the Psalter of 1543 showed that both were indebted to Christian Humanism in their treatment of poetry and music.

Keywords: Christian humanism; Clément Marot; Jean Calvin; religious sensitivity

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