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Instead, she proposes that one of Foxe's contributions to a Protestantizing mode of subjectivity is to reinscribe the social and political events of Marian martyrdom as marks of an "impossible positionality" (100) in a devotional reading dynamic.
Gladstone the devout Anglican for the church-building plans he entertained as part of his Protestantizing mission.
Like Willems, he treats Pentecostals as typical representatives of Protestantism, and he understands their growth as a form of the protestantizing of Latin America.
The Reformation's message of justification by faith alone succeeded all too well in "Protestantizing" the laity who heard it away from an anxiety-ridden, priest-driven rigorous Christianity, and to the distress of the ministers, many of them were none too desirous to return to that Christianity in Reformed guise.
It secures its power by welcoming all into its tent and by suffusing its perfume throughout society through the medium of Sittlichkeit, protestantizing even adherents to other faiths.
To begin work on the schema De fontibus revelationis, Sebastian Tromp, secretary of the Preparatory Theological Commission, composed on July 18, 1960, a primum tentamen of theses treating Scripture and tradition (the sources of revelation), biblical inerrancy, literary genres, gospel historicity, and the Protestantizing danger of a theology based solely on Scripture to the neglect of tradition and the Magisterium.