Peter Martyr


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Peter Martyr:

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1206?–1252, Italian preacher, a Dominican. He traveled throughout Italy on preaching tours and was especially known for his opposition to the Cathari. He was murdered by some of that sect and canonized the next year as a martyr. He is called St.
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, 1500–1562, Italian Protestant reformer, also known as Peter Martyr. He joined the Augustinian canons and in that order received high honors as a scholar and preacher.
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Peter Martyr Vermigli: Humanism, Republicanism, Reformation.
Peter Martyr, global chief executive commented: I am delighted to welcome the newest generation of partners and directors who will play a key role in the future development of the business.
Their topics include mourning in lonely exile: the Irish ministry of Jesuit William Good; man of conscience, martyr, and saint: Thomas More's life and death in the memory of the English Catholic community; Calvinist Thomism revisited: William Ames (1576-1633) and the divine ideas; Protestant monasticism between the Reformation critique and new monasticism; and cognition and action: conversion and "virtue ethics" in the Loci Communes of Peter Martyr Vermigli.
This selection will include a wooden carving Uli statue from New Ireland, PNG, a Nepalese gilt copper figure of Maitreya, and an Italian bust of Saint Peter Martyr -- the artworks acquired in 2014.
Peter ofVerona (1205-1252), who came to be known more generally as Peter Martyr, was a preacher and inquisitor actively engaged in denouncing the Cathar heresy that flourished in Northern Italy in the thirteenth century.
Peter Martyr, global chief executive, said: "These targets are more than just statistics and are a way of engaging our people with the importance of gender diversity and creating a supportive and inclusive work environment.
is a master of the theologies of Calvin and his heirs, including Theodore Beza, Peter Martyr Vermigli, Jerome Zanchi, and Amandus Polanus.
Norton Rose Fulbright will be headed by Peter Martyr, CEO of Norton Rose.
Most of Tremellius' intellectual companions--men like the Augustinian prior of San Frediano in Lucca, theologian Peter Martyr Vermigli (see the 2009 Brill Companion), a disciple of converso reformer Juan de Valdes, preacher Girolamo Zanchi, and Latinist Paolo Lacizi, with whom Tremellius fled Italy for Bucer's Strasbourg in 1542, when Paul III resuscitated the Roman Inquisition--were after all Catholic priests and monks (as Luther and Bucer of course had been before them, while Tremellius' exact contemporary Calvin too had first been destined for the Roman priesthood).
The 25 chapters of this volume were first presented at an international conference called The new hermeneutics of Peter Martyr Vermigli (1499-1562), held at McGill U.
From 1 January 2010, Norton Rose Group will be led by Group Chief Executive Peter Martyr, the current Norton Rose LLP Chief Executive, and Deputy Group Chief Executive Don Boyd, the current Deacons Australia Chief Executive Partner.
This image of Columbus as "discoverer" of hitherto unknown worlds was rooted in Renaissance literature by the historian Peter Martyr, who had interviewed Columbus on several occasions.