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Concerning heretics, whether they are to be persecuted and how they are to be treated

SГ©bastien Castellion

Concerning heretics, whether they are to be persecuted and how they are to be treated

a collection of the opinions of learned men, both ancient and modern

by SГ©bastien Castellion

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Published by Octagon Books in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Heresy.,
  • Freedom of religion.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementan anonymous work attributed to Sebastian Castellio, now first done into English, together with excerpts from other works of Sebastian Castellio and David Joris on religious liberty, by Roland H. Bainton.
    SeriesRecords of civilization: sources and studies,, no. 22
    ContributionsJoris, David, b. 1501 or 2., Bainton, Roland Herbert, 1894- tr.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBT1313 .C45 1965
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiv, 346 p.
    Number of Pages346
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5952429M
    LC Control Number65025617
    OCLC/WorldCa1241991

      The following is from A History of the Churches, which is one of the 13 titles in the Advanced Bible Studies Series published by Way of Life Literature.. T hough the Protestant Reformers of the 16th to the 18th centuries demanded religious liberty from the Roman Catholic Church, in many cases they did not give liberty to others. A fact rarely told in church histories and therefore little known. "To the tenth, they answer, say, and believe, that the said persons articulate, have been named, taken, and counted for heretics, and so condemned for heretics: yet about three years past, they were taken for good Christian persons. And forasmuch as these respondents did ever hear them preach concerning the sacrament of the altar, they say that.

      About Heretics: Should They Be Persecuted? March 8, , posted by Matthew Murphy “Good sense makes one slow to anger, and it is his glory to overlook an offense.” (Prov. ; ESV) “This is certain that the better a man knows the truth, the less is he inclined to condemn, as appears in the case of Christ and the apostles. Martin Luther as Priest, Heretic, and Outlaw: The Reformation at David B. Morris, German Area Specialist, European Division. Note: The items described in this post were displayed in an exhibit of the same title in the Thomas Jefferson Memorial Building of the Library of Congress, October 3, –January 1,

    They no doubt deserved the severest punishment, but I always rather desired that they might live in prosperity, and continue safe and untouched; which would have been the case had they not been altogether incorrigible, and obstinately refused to listen to wholesome admonition." Comments on Ex. , Lev. , Deut. ,   He published in Concerning Heretics: Whether they are to be persecuted and how they are to be treated. It was the first major treatise in early modern Europe arguing for religious toleration. Divided by Faith by Kaplan described the situation, and much in this essay is taken from that book.


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Bainton. Concerning heretics, whether they are to be persecuted and how they are to be treated: a collection of the opinions of learned men both ancient and modern / an anonymous work attributed to Sebastian Castellio, now first done into English, together with excerpts from other works of Sebastian Castellio and David Joris on religious liberty, by Roland H.

Bainton/5. Sebastian Castellio, Concerning Heretics, Whether They Are to Be Persecuted and How They Are to Be Treated, A Collection of the Opinions of Learned Men Both Ancient and Modern, trans. Roland H. Bainton, (New York: Octagon, ), – Concerning heretics: whether they are to be persecuted and how they are to be treated.

A Concerning heretics of the opinions of learned men, both ancient and modern. New York: Columbia University Press. MLA Citation. Castellion, Sébastien. and Bainton, Roland Herbert.

and Joris, David. Concerning heretics whether they are to be persecuted and how they are to be treated; a collection of the opinions of learned men, both ancient and modern; an anonymous work by Sébastien Castellion. Published by Columbia University Press in New York.

CONCERNING HERETICS: WHETHER THEY ARE TO BE PERSECUTED AND HOW THEY ARE TO BE TREATED. A COLLECTION OF THE OPINIONS OF LEARNED MEN BOTH ANCIENT AND MODERN. by CASTELLIO, Sebastian (Attr.), Roland H.

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Both ancient and modern. A most timely book in the view of the present turbulence. And highly instructive to all. And especially to princes and magistrates. By the fifth century there were over active statutes in the Empire concerning heresy. From St Augustine onward, for well over 1, years, virtually all Christian theologians agreed that heretics should be persecuted, and most agreed that they should be killed.

They placed high value on chastity, and were opposed to any ostentatious wealth and to the wealth and power structure of the church.

That’s where they came into conflict with the church. Q: How were heretics treated. A: This changed over time. The usual assumption is that the Middle Ages was the ‘age of faith’, when people hated heretics.

“To kill a man is not to defend a doctrine, it is to kill a man,” Roland Barthes quotes Sebastian Castellion () who wrote a treatise Concerning heretics: Whether they are to be.

Persecuted beyond endurance by their fellow Christians, they gathered in their churches, which were then set on fire. There they died together, burned to ashes, every man, woman and child.

Each sect regarded itself as representing the one true Church. All the rest were schismatics. They expanded those powers right up until the Enlightenment. 10 Pietro D’Abano. Pietro d’Abano was an Italian philosopher, doctor, writer, and astrologer (and possibly an alchemist), who eventually came under suspicion of being a sorcerer.

A grimoire entitled The Heptameron was attributed to him, although he probably wasn’t the author. Concerning heretics; whether they are to be persecuted and how they are to be treated; a collection of the opinions of learned men, both ancient and modern; an anonymous work by Sébastien Castellion (Book).

Source: Jupiter Images. The creation of the concept of devil-worship, followed by its persecution, allowed the church to more easily subordinate people to authoritarian control and openly denigrate women.

Most of what was passed off as witchcraft were simply fictional creations of the church, but some of it was genuine or almost-genuine practices of pagans and Wiccans. Heretics is a collection of 20 essays originally published by G.

Chesterton in While the loci of the chapters of Heretics are personalities, the topics he debates are as universal to the "vague moderns" of the 21st century as they were to those of the 20th. He quotes at length and argues against atheist apologist and eugenicist Joseph Martin McCabe extensively, delivers diatribes.

Sebastian Castellio (–) was a French Protestant theologian who in published under a pseudonym the pamphlet Whether heretics should be persecuted (De haereticis, an sint persequendi) criticizing John Calvin's execution of Michael Servetus: "When Servetus fought with reasons and writings, he should have been repulsed by reasons and.

Concerning heretics; whether they are to be persecuted and how they are to be treated; a collection of the opinions of learned men, both ancient and modern; an anonymous work Responsibility attributed to Sebastian Castellio, now first done into English, together with excerpts from other works of Sebastian Castellio and David Joris on religious.

a. 3, he writes: “Therefore if forgers of money and other evil-doers are forthwith condemned to death by the secular authority, much more reason is there for heretics, as soon as they are convicted of heresy, to be not only excommunicated but even put to death.”.

By the fifth century there were over a hundred active statutes in the Empire concerning heresy. From St Augustine onward for well over a thousand years virtually all Christian theologians agreed that heretics should be persecuted, and most agreed that they should be killed.

However, they are often not aware-and sometimes not ready to admit-that such ideas represent the principles of their philosophy. Leisola and Witt's Heretic is a unique first-hand account of the life-long adventures of a scientist who dared to challenge philosophical principles of colleague scientists.

In my opinion, the outcome shows that to Reviews:   Book Review: 'Heretics,' By Leonardo Padura Leonardo Padura returns to one of his favorite characters — broken-down Cuban gumshoe Mario Conde — and puts him on the trail of a missing Rembrandt.