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Servetus

Henry Warburton Hawkes

Servetus

a drama

by Henry Warburton Hawkes

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Published by Elsom and Co. in Hull .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Servetus, Michael, -- 1511?-1553.

  • Edition Notes

    Written May, 1904, printed May, 1911.

    Statementby H.W. Hawkes.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 v. ;
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15985884M

      Servetus published his first book on the Tinity in Strasburg: De Trinitatis Erroribus, Libri Septem (). However, his relationship with the two reformers were not very fluent. In returned to Basel, where his presence will be tolerated for a while by :// "The purpose of this book is to examine the legality of the trial of a Spanish physician Michael Servetus. Servetus was burned at the stake in the protestant city of Geneva for the crime of heresy. His trial was organized and manipulated by the protestant theologian John Calvin, the father of reformed theology. Proponents of Calvinist theology have long maintained the innocence of Calvin in

    Michael Servetus, heartfelt: Proceedings of the International Servetus Congress, Barcelona, October by Juan Naya Pérez (); Hunted heretic: the life and death of Michael Servetus, by Roland H Bainton (Book) Michael Servetus, also known as Miguel Servet, was a man of considerable accomplishments in theology, medicine, and other fields. He was born in Spain, around ,

    In Spanish theologian, physician, cartographer, and humanist Michael Servetus (Miguel Servet, Miguel Serveto), having exchanged unfriendly correspondence with John Calvin concerning theological disputes, published secretly in Vienne, France, his book entitled Christianismi restitutio. This work on the reform of Christianity developed a nontrinitarian Christology which Calvin and the ?id= Author of Thirty letters to Calvin, preacher to the Genevans, Thirty letters to Calvin, preacher to the Genevans, Treatise on faith and justice of Christ's kingdom, Treatise concerning the supernatural regeneration and the kingdom of the antichrist, Restoration of Christianity, Discussion apologétique pour l'astrologie contre un certain médecin, Obras completas, Treinta cartas a Calvino ?sort=new.


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Michael Servetus has 12 books on Goodreads with ratings. Michael Servetus’s most popular book is On the Errors of the ://   Servetus’ book will be of keen interest to those studying divergent ideas about Christianity and Jesus.

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out of 5 stars  › Books › Religion Servetus book Spirituality. Michael Servetus was probably unequaled in depth and breadth of the ideas, which revolutionized thinking about religion and its tenets. Servetus was a central figure in history whose fate and writings directed other people to rethink social structures, legal systems, the place of the individual in society and his/her rights to basic :// Discover Book Depository's huge selection of Michael Servetus books online.

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Interestingly, Servetus returned the book with many abusive and insulting comments written in the margins. Despite this offense, Calvin showed clear pastoral concern for this man’s soul. But Servetus died clinging to his heretical ://   In his book, Servetus affirms the sole authority of the Bible in doctrinal matters and denies that it contains either the doctrine of the Trinity or its terminology.

He lodges a scathing rebuke against the Church, asserting that Servetus book inclusion of the doctrine of the Trinity in Church creeds reveals that they are mere inventions of Servetus M. The two treatises of Servetus on the Trinity. - New York: Kraus Reprint Co., Introduction.

Life of Servetus. Bibliography. Translator's Note. On the Errors of the Trinity. Dialogues on the Trinity.

On the Righteousness of Christ's Kingdom   Michael Servetus was viewed throughout Europe as the arch-heretic of his day. To begin with, he believed “that he was one with the ‘Michael’ in the Book of Revelation fighting against both the dragon of Rome and the ‘Simon Magus’ or ‘Magician’ of Geneva and thus destined to Servetus fled for Italy, traveling through Geneva, which was under Calvin's control.

Calvin had Servetus arrested, and condemned him to burning at the stake. Besides the heretic theological views presented in his book, Servetus also proposed that the blood traveled from the heart through the pulmonary artery and back through the pulmonary vein   As Gordon notes, “Although Servetus’ quarrel was clearly with Calvin, the Frenchman’s role in the process was limited” (Gordon, Calvin, ).

In Servetus’s trial before the civil magistrates, Calvin was, as Alister McGrath puts it, a “technical advisor or expert witness, rather than Book V.

Argument. Examination of the Old Testament usage of the words for God – Elohim and Jehovah – shows that both refer to Christ, as centre of all, and the essence of all things. Book VI. Argument. The incomprehensible God is known through Christ, by faith, rather than by philosophical speculation.

He manifests God to us, being the   Those who wonder why this scientific discovery is contained in a theological book, they can find the answer in the nature of the system of thought of Servetus. As a son of the Renaissance, Servetus considered that theology, medicine, philosophy and the rest of sciences were not separated compartments, but interrelated sciences that allowed men   I launched this book and this website on Septemto commemorate the th anniversary of Servetus' birth date.

I self-published this book under this pseudonym--Servetus the Evangelical--to temporarily remain anonymous and draw attention to the evil practice of church orthodoxy in executing people such as Michael Servetus, Michael.

[ Book: ] This resource is very relevant to your query (score: ,) Hunted heretic: the life and death of Michael Servetus, / Roland H. Bainton. With a new foreword by the author Bainton, Roland Herbert, [ Book: ] Michael Servetus, Spanish Miguel Servet, (born ?, Villanueva or Tudela, Spain—died Oct.

27,Champel, Switz.), Spanish physician and theologian whose unorthodox teachings led to his condemnation as a heretic by both Protestants and Roman Catholics and to his execution by Calvinists from Geneva. While living in Toulouse, France, Servetus studied law and delved into the problem of   Servetus had been secretly writing this book for years.

He had even managed to send a copy to John Calvin, who had become the religious leader of the city of Geneva and had established a sort of theocracy. Their disputation through a series of letter would later become legendary. Finally, Calvin angrily dismissed Servetus's /files/documents/internationalresources/ Michael Servetus 29 September or - 27 October A Spanish polymath, theologian, physician, cartographer, and Renaissance humanist (Wikipedia).

Severtus later proceeded to publish his views in a book which he called “On The Errors of Trinity“. The result was that the Church hounded Servetus from one place to another.

Servetus was later captured in Geneva, found guilty of heresy at his trial, and was executed by being tied to the trunk of a tree and burned on the 26th of October, Discover Book Depository's huge selection of Servetus Michael books online.

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Michael Servetus: Intellectual Giant, Humanist, and Martyr (Book). Autores:Michaela Valente; Localización: Sixteenth century journal: the journal of