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The Eucharist Sacrifice and the Changing Utopian Moment in Post Reformation Christianity

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In this study, the Protestant Reformation of the 16th century, and especially English Puritanism, is analyzed in terms of the transformation of the soteriological doctrines of Christianity. This transformation, in turn, is seen as crucial to a restructuring of utopian themes in Christian civilization. Based on the restructuring of models of social authority and of Christian community, a new vision of the ideal social order was posited. The utopian visions posited by these changes and the contradictions inherent in them are viewed as central to the emergence of modern notions of political and social praxes.

Affiliations: 1: The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Jerusalem, Israel


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