Catholiques et protestants sur la rive gauche du Rhin : droits, confessions et coexistence religieuse de 1648 à 1789

Abstract : The denominational history on the left bank of the Rhine is indissociable from the political history of the 17th and 18th centuries. This period, which was dominated by Protestantism, knew deep religious upheavals after 1648, because of the policy of occupation led by Louis XIV, and because of the changes emerging from princely dynasties : occupations, heritages and conversions opened the way to the catholic revival. Some other upheavals that took place during the 17th century were ended by the treaty of Ryswick (1697), which endorsed the religious innovations favorable to Catholicism, taking international law into consideration. The bases of the peace of Osnabrück (1648) had then to cohabit with a new denominational rule which recognized the public worship with the Catholics. That's why the 18th century seems to be a long phase of religious standardization which witnessed the deepening of denominational identities, both reinforced in opposition and coexisting in everyday life.
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Laurent Jalabert. Catholiques et protestants sur la rive gauche du Rhin : droits, confessions et coexistence religieuse de 1648 à 1789. Religions. Université Nancy 2, 2006. Français. ⟨NNT : 2006NAN21020⟩. ⟨tel-01776552⟩

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