Biblical nationalism and the sixteenth-century states

@article{Appelbaum2013BiblicalNA,
  title={Biblical nationalism and the sixteenth-century states},
  author={D. Appelbaum},
  journal={National Identities},
  year={2013},
  volume={15},
  pages={317 - 332}
}
The emergence of Protestant nations in sixteenth-century Europe was driven by the sudden rediscovery of biblical nationalism, a political model that did not separate the religious from the political. Biblical nationalism was new because pre-Reformation Europeans encountered the Hebrew Bible through paraphrases and abridgments. Full-text Bibles revealed a programmatic nationalism backed by unmatched authority as the word of God to readers primed by Reformation theology to seek models in the… Expand

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