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MacCulloch and Diarmaid
Diarmaid MacCulloch suggests that Cranmer's own Eucharistic theology in these years approximated most closely to that of Heinrich Bullinger ; but that he intended the Prayer Book to be acceptable to the widest range of Reformed Eucharistic belief, including the high sacramental theology of Bucer and John Calvin.
Diarmaid MacCulloch describes the new act of worship as, " a morning marathon of prayer, scripture reading, and praise, consisting of mattins, litany, and ante-communion, preferably as the matrix for a sermon to proclaim the message of scripture anew week by week.
* MacCulloch, Diarmaid, The Reformation: A History.
* MacCulloch, Diarmaid.
Diarmaid MacCulloch, in his A History of Christianity, describes the epistle as " a Christian foundation document in the justification of slavery ".
* MacCulloch, Diarmaid.
* The Reformation: A History, by English historian Diarmaid MacCulloch
* MacCulloch, Diarmaid ( 2001 ): The Boy King: Edward VI and the Protestant Reformation Palgrave ISBN 0-312-23830-4
"< ref > Bernd Nellessen, " Die schweigende Kirche: Katholiken und Judenverfolgung ," in Büttner ( ed ), < cite > Die Deutschen und die Judenverfolgung im Dritten Reich </ cite >, p. 265, cited in Daniel Goldhagen, < cite > Hitler's Willing Executioners </ cite > ( Vintage, 1997 ).</ ref > Diarmaid MacCulloch argued that Luther's 1543 pamphlet On the Jews and Their Lies was a " blueprint " for the Kristallnacht.
Diarmaid MacCulloch writes: " There is no doubt that Cranmer mourned the dead king ( Henry VIII )", and it was said that he showed his grief by growing a beard.
Stability and reconstruction have been made out as the mark of most of his policies ; the scale of his motivation ranging from " determined ambition " with Geoffrey Rudolph Elton in 1977 to " idealism of a sort " with Diarmaid MacCulloch in 1999.
* MacCulloch, Diarmaid ( 2001 ): The Boy King: Edward VI and the Protestant Reformation.
* James Tait Black Memorial Prize for biography: Diarmaid MacCulloch, Thomas Cranmer: A Life
The program also featured an interview with Palmer by the presenter Professor Diarmaid MacCulloch.
Finally, Diarmaid MacCulloch suggests, he may have moved away from dogmatic Christianity.
* 2011 – 12 Diarmaid MacCulloch Holme's Dog: Silence in the History of the Church ( announced )
* Diarmaid MacCulloch, A History of Christianity
* Diarmaid MacCulloch, Reformation: Europe ’ s House Divided 1490-1700
More recently, the pub was regularly frequented by Colin Dexter, who created Inspector Morse, and is still frequented by Diarmaid MacCulloch.
* Anthony Fletcher and Diarmaid MacCulloch, Tudor Rebellions, 5th ed., Harlow: Pearson Longman, 2004 ( pp. 52 – 64 ).
* Diarmaid MacCulloch, Thomas Cranmer: a life, New Haven, Conn .; London: Yale University Press, 1996 ( pp. 429 – 432, 438-440 ).
The church historian Diarmaid MacCulloch comments about this: " Jerome translator of the Old Testament into Latin, mistaking particles of Hebrew, had turned this into a description of Moses wearing a pair of horns-and so the Lawgiver is frequently depicted in the art of the Western Church, even after humanists had gleefully removed the horns from the text of Exodus.
* MacCulloch, Diarmaid ( 2001 ): The Boy King: Edward VI and the Protestant Reformation Palgrave ISBN 0-312-23830-4
Diarmaid MacCulloch, a historian of the Reformation, wrote that the reason why the early reformers upheld Mary ’ s perpetual virginity was that she was " the guarantee of the Incarnation of Christ ", a teaching that was being denied by the same radicals that were denying Mary ’ s perpetual virginity.

MacCulloch and History
Diarmaid Ninian John MacCulloch, Kt, FBA, FSA, FRHistS ( born 31 October 1951 ) is Professor of the History of the Church in the University of Oxford ( since 1997 ) and Fellow ( formerly Senior Tutor ) of St Cross College, Oxford ( since 1995 ).
* Diarmaid MacCulloch, The Reformation: A History, Penguin Books, 2004 ISBN 0-670-03296-4

MacCulloch and .
* MacCulloch, D. 1979 Kett's Rebellion in context.
Critical essays on Campbell by Joshi, Simon MacCulloch, and Joel Lane, with an interview by Stefan Dziemianowicz.
However, a cursory glance at the Proto-Celtic lexicon reveals that * belatu-is reconstructible for Proto-Celtic with the meaning ‘ death ’ and that * kadro-is a reconstructible element meaning ‘ decorated .’ So the name Belatucadros may also be interpreted as a compound of two Gallic words descended from two Proto-Celtic elements * belatu-and * kadro-which together as a compound adjective would literally mean ‘ death-decorated .’ Indeed, this is hardly an original proposal for the meaning of the name of this god associated with Mars: MacCulloch as early as 1911 ( p135 ) glossed this god ’ s name as ‘ comely in slaughter ’.
* MacCulloch, J.
A. MacCulloch compares Ogma's epithet grianainech ( sun-face ) with Lucian's description of the " smiling face " of Ogmios, and suggests Ogma's position as champion of the Tuatha Dé Danann may derive " from the primitive custom of rousing the warriors ' emotions by eloquent speeches before a battle ", although this is hardly supported by the texts.
* MacCulloch, John A.
On the other hand, MacCulloch ( 1911, Ch.
* MacCulloch, J.
Amongst the dead " gentlemen " of the province were Angus MacCulloch of Tarell, Alexander Tarell, William Ross of Little Allan, John Vass, Thomas Vass, Hugh Vass, John Mitchell and William Ross.
* MacCulloch, J.
MacCulloch commenting on this situation says that it " has never subsequently dared to define its identity decisively as Protestant or Catholic, and has decided in the end that this is a virtue rather than a handicap.

Diarmaid and .
Biographer Tim Pat Coogan sees his time in power as being characterised by economic and cultural stagnation, while Diarmaid Ferriter argues that the stereotype of De Valera as an austere, cold and even backward figure was largely manufactured in the 1960s and is misguided.
The historian Diarmaid Ferriter considers that, though he had founded Sinn Féin, Griffith was ' quickly airbrushed ' from Irish history.
The much longer entry in the later and less reliable Annals of the Four Masters reports: " A sea fleet was brought by Colman Beg, son of Diarmaid, son of Fearghus Cerrbheoil, and by Conall, son of Comhgall, chief of Dal Riada, to Sol ( Seil ) and Ile ( Islay ), and they carried off many spoils from them.
Another text, The Pursuit of Diarmaid and Grainne also implies that Oengus owned the Brú, when he declared how he took his friend Diarmaid to it.
Historian Diarmaid Ferriter described Cowen's " appalling communication skills and self-destructive stubbornness " as inflicting most damage to Fianna Fáil.
In 1325, Maurice FitzMaurice, 4th Baron of Kerry, murdered Diarmaid Óg MacCarthy ( son of Cormac Mór MacCarthy ) in the courtroom at Tralee.
Image: Iarthair Chorcaí 036. jpg | Diarmaid Ó Suileabháin built a castle on Dursey island

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