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eBook Hugo Grotius as Apologist for the Christian Religion: A Study of His Work de Veritate Religionis Christianae (1640) (Studies in the History of Christian Thought) ePub
Author: J P Heering
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This study deals with Hugo Grotius' famous apologetic work De veritate religionis christianae, the Latin . The final chapters examine the notes that Grotius added to his work in 1640 and the reception of the work in the author’s lifetime.

This study deals with Hugo Grotius' famous apologetic work De veritate religionis christianae, the Latin version of a Dutch poem which he wrote in 1620 while imprisoned in Loevestein, entitled Bewijs van den waren godsdienst. The first part of this book examines the genesis of the work and the development of the text. The book is illustrated with several historical drawings and prints of Grotius and his time.

This study deals with Hugo Grotius' famous apologetic work "De veritate religionis christianae, the Latin . The final chapters examine the notes that Grotius added to his work in 1640 and the reception of the work in the author's lifetime.

This study deals with Hugo Grotius' famous apologetic work "De veritate religionis christianae, the Latin version of a Dutch poem which he wrote in 1620 while imprisoned in Loevestein, entitled "Bewijs van den waren godsdienst. Paci christianorum studentis offcium et hoc est, demoliri dogmata, quae pacem civilem perturbant.

Synopsis: This study deals with Hugo Grotius' famous apologetic work De veritate religionis christianae, the Latin version of a Dutch poem which he wrote in 1620 while imprisoned in Loevestein, entitled Bewijs van den waren godsdienst

Synopsis: This study deals with Hugo Grotius' famous apologetic work De veritate religionis christianae, the Latin version of a Dutch poem which he wrote in 1620 while imprisoned in Loevestein, entitled Bewijs van den waren godsdienst. The middle sections give an analysis of the motives that led Grotius to write this work and of the sources he most probably used.

In Studies in the history of Christian thought, vol. 2, e. Hugo Grotius as apologist for the christian religion: A study of his work De veritate religionis Christianae (1640), translated by . Grayson, Studies in the History of Christian Thought, 111. Leiden: Brill. 2, ed. Harm-Jan van Dam. Lauterpacht, H. 1946. The final chapters examine the notes that Grotius added to his work in 1640 and the reception of the work in the author s lifetime.

Hugo Grotius as Apologist for the Christian Religion: A Study of His Work De veritate religionis Christianae, 1640. Roosevelt, Robert Barnwell. Catalogue of the Works of Grotius and of Books Relating to Hi. . Leiden and Boston: Brill, 2003. Catalogue of the Works of Grotius and of Books Relating to Him., 1890. Stumpf, Christoph A. The Grotian Theology of International Law: Hugo Grotius and the Moral Foundations of International Relations. Berlin and New York: Walter de Gruyter, 2006.

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In the famous dedication of his Discourse on the Origin of Inequality to the Republic of Geneva, Jean-Jacques Rousseau drew a vivid picture of his father sitting at his watchmaker's bench. I see him still, living by the work of his hands, and feeding his soul on the sublimest truths. I see the works of Tacitus, Plutarch, and Grotius, lying before him in the midst of the tools of his trade.

This study deals with Hugo Grotius' famous apologetic work De veritate religionis christianae, the Latin version of a Dutch poem which he wrote in 1620 while imprisoned in Loevestein, entitled Bewijs van den waren godsdienst. The first part of this book examines the genesis of the work and the development of the text. The middle sections give an analysis of the motives that led Grotius to write this work and of the sources he most probably used. The final chapters examine the notes that Grotius added to his work in 1640 and the reception of the work in the author's lifetime. The book is illustrated with several historical drawings and prints of Grotius and his time.
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