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Bezae Latin New Testament By Theodore Bezae
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1879 reprint edition of Bezae's Latin translation of the New Testament.
Bezae 1565 Greek New Testament By Theodore Bezae
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Bezae Greek New Testament edition published in 1565. Includes a new Latin translation plus Vulgate Latin in parallel columns. Plus Bezae's annotations on the text.
Bezae 1588 Greek New Testament By Theodore Bezae
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Bezae Greek New Testament edition published in 1588. Includes a new Latin translation plus Vulgate Latin in parallel columns. Plus Bezae's annotations on the text.
Bezae 1598 Greek New Testament By Theodore Bezae
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Bezae Greek New Testament edition published in 1598. Includes a new Latin translation plus Vulgate Latin in parallel columns. Plus Bezae's annotations on the text.
On the True and Genuine Sense of the Seventh Chapter of St. Paul's Epistle to the Romans By Jacobus Arminius
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Jacobus Arminius (October 10, 1560 – October 19, 1609), the Latinized name of the Dutch theologian Jakob Hermanszoon from the Protestant Reformation period. He wrote many books and treatises on... More > theology, and his views became the basis of Arminianism and the Dutch Remonstrant movement. He gained a reputation as a good preacher and faithful pastor. Through a number of sermons on the Epistle of the Romans, he had gradually developed opinions on grace, predestination and free will that were inconsistent with the doctrine of the Reformed teachers Calvin and Beza. The Epistle of the Romans was composed by the Apostle Paul to explain that salvation is offered through the gospel of Jesus Christ.< Less
On the Principal Articles of the Christian Religion: Commenced by the Author Chiefly for the Purpose of Forming a System of Divinity By Jacobus Arminius
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Jacobus Arminius (October 10, 1560 – October 19, 1609), the Latinized name of the Dutch theologian Jakob Hermanszoon from the Protestant Reformation period. He wrote many books and treatises on... More > theology, and his views became the basis of Arminianism and the Dutch Remonstrant movement. He gained a reputation as a good preacher and faithful pastor. Through a number of sermons on the Epistle of the Romans, he had gradually developed opinions on grace, predestination and free will that were inconsistent with the doctrine of the Reformed teachers Calvin and Beza. He would not follow a doctrinal development which made God the author of sin and of the condemnation of men. He taught conditional predestination and attached more importance to faith. He denied neither God’s omnipotence nor his free grace, but he thought it his duty to save the honor of God, and to emphasize, on the basis of the clear expressions of the Bible, the free will of man as well as the truth of the doctrine of sin.< Less
Five 16th Century Reformed Tracts of Constitutional Political Philosophy By ed. Michael Makovi
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Contents 1. John Ponet, A Short Treatise on Political Power, and of the true obedience which subjects our to kings and other civil governors, with an Exhortation to all true and natural English men... More > (1556): http://www.constitution.org/cmt/ponet/polpower.htm 2. Christopher Goodman, How Superior Powers Ought To Be Obeyed By Their Subjects: And Wherein They May Lawfully By God's Word Be Disobeyed And Resisted (1558): http://www.constitution.org/cmt/goodman/obeyed.htm 3. Theodore Beza, De jure magistratuum (On the Rights of Magistrates) (1574): http://www.constitution.org/cmt/beza/magistrates.htm 4. Junius Brutus, Vindiciae Contra Tyrannos (1581): http://www.constitution.org/vct/vind.htm; with Harold Laski, “Vindiciae Contra Tyrannos: Historical Introduction” (1924): http://www.constitution.org/vct/vind_laski.htm 5. George Buchanan, De Jure Regni Apud Scotos (The Powers of the Crown in Scotland) (1579), trans & ed. Charles Flinn Arrowood (1949): http://www.contra-mundum.org/books/jure/jure.html< Less
Five 16th Century Reformed Tracts of Constitutional Political Philosophy By ed. Michael Makovi
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Contents 1. John Ponet, A Short Treatise on Political Power, and of the true obedience which subjects our to kings and other civil governors, with an Exhortation to all true and natural English men... More > (1556): http://www.constitution.org/cmt/ponet/polpower.htm 2. Christopher Goodman, How Superior Powers Ought To Be Obeyed By Their Subjects: And Wherein They May Lawfully By God's Word Be Disobeyed And Resisted (1558): http://www.constitution.org/cmt/goodman/obeyed.htm 3. Theodore Beza, De jure magistratuum (On the Rights of Magistrates) (1574): http://www.constitution.org/cmt/beza/magistrates.htm 4. Junius Brutus, Vindiciae Contra Tyrannos (1581): http://www.constitution.org/vct/vind.htm; with Harold Laski, “Vindiciae Contra Tyrannos: Historical Introduction” (1924): http://www.constitution.org/vct/vind_laski.htm 5. George Buchanan, De Jure Regni Apud Scotos (The Powers of the Crown in Scotland) (1579), trans & ed. Charles Flinn Arrowood (1949): http://www.contra-mundum.org/books/jure/jure.html< Less
The Reformation's Light By Dr. C. Matthew McMahon, Therese B. McMahon
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The writings of the Reformers themselves hold the marrow and the blessing of the Reformation. In this little volume are a series of encouraging writings written by four Reformation giants-Beza,... More > Latimer, Calvin and Knox-theological powerhouses that have lifted their pens time after time so that you, the reader, may be able to glean something important from God's mouth. These able men have penned some of the most important literature ever written, and contained herein are some of the most heavenly pieces they have given to exhort you to a higher understanding of Jesus Christ, His Church, His discipline, and His salvation.< Less
The Reformation's Light By Dr. C. Matthew McMahon
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The writings of the Reformers themselves hold the marrow and the blessing of the Reformation. In this little volume are a series of encouraging writings written by four Reformation... More > giants—Beza, Latimer, Calvin and Knox—theological powerhouses that have lifted their pens time after time so that you, the reader, may be able to glean something important from God’s mouth. These able men have penned some of the most important literature ever written, and contained herein are some of the most heavenly pieces they have given to exhort you to a higher understanding of Jesus Christ, His Church, His discipline, and His salvation.< Less