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This index presents a list of names and concepts relevant to the discussion of the Eucharist in the Reformation. By the end of the fifteenth century, the Eucharist had come to encompass theology, liturgy, art, architecture, and music. In the sixteenth century, each of these dimensions was questioned, challenged, rethought, as western European Christians divided over their central act of worship. This book offers an introduction to early modern thinking on the Eucharist - as theology, as Christology, as a moment of human and divine communion, as that which the faithful do, as taking place, and as visible and audible.

Keywords: Christology; early modern thinking; Eucharist; Reformation; theology



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