Hallelujahs, Damnations, or Norway's Reformation as Lengthy Process

@article{Christopherson1979HallelujahsDO,
  title={Hallelujahs, Damnations, or Norway's Reformation as Lengthy Process},
  author={K. Christopherson},
  journal={Church History},
  year={1979},
  volume={48},
  pages={279-289}
}
Though one of the most Protestant nations (approximately 96 percent belong to the state Lutheran church), Norway seemingly had neither cause nor opportunity to write the history of her Reformation. For her the modern writing of history began only in the early nineteenth century, triggered by the nationalism of the Napoleonic era and the July Revolution of 1830. Lacking the Reformation era's religious polemicism, Norway produced no church historians, such as those in other countries who helped… Expand
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History of Norway