Een straf van God? Voorzienigheid en daderschap in de Beeldenstorm

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DE BOER, David, 2014. Een straf van God? Voorzienigheid en daderschap in de Beeldenstorm. In: Transparant : tijdschrift van de Vereniging van Christen-Historici. 25(4). ISSN 0928-1282

@article{deBoer2014straf-30408, title={Een straf van God? Voorzienigheid en daderschap in de Beeldenstorm}, year={2014}, number={4}, volume={25}, issn={0928-1282}, journal={Transparant : tijdschrift van de Vereniging van Christen-Historici}, author={de Boer, David} }

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