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Beza

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Théodore .1519--1605, French Calvinist theologian and scholar, who lived in Switzerland. He succeeded Calvin as leader of the Swiss Protestants
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Beyond what is written; Erasmus and Beza as conjectural critics of the New Testament.
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By contrast, Theodore Beza, Calvin's successor in Geneva and the founding father of "Reformed orthodoxy," used the logic of scholasticism to expound such a theory, touching off bitter debates in Reformed circles.
18) In that same year, King James VI of Scotland published a sermon describing the battle as a phase of the biblical Armageddon, 19 and the great Protestant theologian Theodore Beza published a broadside with verses in Latin, Greek, Hebrew, Spanish, French, Dutch, and English that declared before the whole world that Elizabeth had fought alongside God to defeat Philip in his vanity.
According to Melaku Beza, Chief Executive Officer of National Mining Corporation, there is massive gold deposit founded by the company in Oromia Regional State.
Philosophy, Humanism and The Reformation -Koninklijke Bibliotheek provides the 1674 Amsterdam edition of Spinoza's Tractatus theologico-politicus, as well as works by Descartes and the influential German mystic Jacob Bohme, by Dutch humanists like Janus Dousa and Erasmus, and by key figures of the Reformation such as Jean Calvin, Theodore Beza and Martin Luther.
Beza Ayalew, a native of Boston and 2009 graduate of Denison, says that kind of support was critical to her success.
John Storey will serve as Research Director and Christina Beza as Senior Research Analyst.
The topics include Philip Melanchthon and Wittenberg's reform of the theological curriculum, Theodore Beza and the reorientation of early reformed historiography, the Danzig Academy Gymnasium in 17th-century Poland, Voetius on the subject and formal act of happiness, the soteriological debate between George Kendall and Richard Baxter, and the Bristol Academy and the education of ministers in 18th-century England, 1758-91.
is a master of the theologies of Calvin and his heirs, including Theodore Beza, Peter Martyr Vermigli, Jerome Zanchi, and Amandus Polanus.
Erwan Lagadec, [1] Yann Gomard, [1] Vanina Guernier, Muriel Dietrich, Herve Pascalis, Sarah Temmam, Beza Ramasindrazana, Steven M.
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