Augustine and His Opponents, Jerome, Other Latin Fathers by Amy Livingstone

By Amy Livingstone

The 12th foreign convention on Patristic reports met in Oxford from 21 to 26 August 1995. those gatherings have assembled at four-yearly periods due to the fact that 1951. At each one the variety of papers offered has been more than the former social gathering, and the scale of the meeting is now constrained simply by means of the skill of the constructions on hand. a few 650 students attended the 1995 convention, together with delegates from Russia, Georgia, India, Japan, South Africa, New Zealand, and Australia, in addition to from North the USA and such a lot nations in Europe. Papers got in English, French, German, Italian or Spanish, and are more often than not published within the language within which they have been introduced. a few have been absolutely built lectures lasting for almost an hour; the bulk have been communications of 12 mins' period: and some got here in among. those volumes comprise 284 of the papers, together with lots of the lectures given in complete consultation, viz. the Inaugural tackle via Dr. H.D. Saffrey on 'Theology as a Science'; Prof. Dr. Suso Frank, 'John Cassian on John Cassian'; Prof. Dr. O. Skarsaune; 'Is Christianity Monotheistic ? Patristic views on a Jewish-Christian Debate'; and Prof. A. Louth, 'St. Maximus the Confessor: among East and West'. Others record the discovering of unpublished texts, take care of specific issues, or current huge interpretations, occasionally unique in personality. For the 1st time a few illustrations are integrated, reflecting the starting to be curiosity in iconography

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Nunc Anno Chri- / sti 1587. publicata. / Haec acta candide et bona fide consi- / gnata, vanissimos de hoc Colloquio sparsos rumores, inprimis vero / Epistolam quandam, vanitatibus et calumnijs refertam, & typis ex- / cusam, abunde refutabunt. / Cum privilegio. D. LXXXVII [hereafter Acta]. P. A2(v) of the preface attributed to Count Frederick says that Frederick invited the two theologians to engage in a colloquy in his castle. P. Al(r) of Andreae's account of the colloquy itself informs us: "Anno Domini 1586.

Political historians may find interesting this lack of direct reference in the correspondence of the principals involved. 7. For a fuller treatment of Elizabeth of England's involvement in these issues see my "The Elector John Casimir, Queen Elizabeth, and the Protestant League," in Controversy and Conciliation: The Reformation and the Palatinate 1559-1583, ed. : Pickwick Publications, 1986), 117-45. See also W. Brown Patterson, "The Anglican Reaction," in Discord, Dialogue, and Concord: Studies in the Lutheran Reformation's Formula of Concord, ed.

He sent to Geneva to ask for ministers, who began to arrive by the end of 1539. Some of the newly arrived pastors were sent to rural parishes; others remained in Montbeliard. Toussain also wrote to Farel, settled in Neuchatel, to help choose good pastors for Montbeliard. By 1541, all of Count George's territory was Reformed and supplied with evangelical pastors. Between 1541 and 1559, Toussain developed schools and the organization of the Montbeliard church, which included the rural parishes. " Vienot comments that Toussain's liturgy was in use in Montbeliard as early as 1535.

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