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Thomas Erastus and the Palatinate

Charles D. Gunnoe

Thomas Erastus and the Palatinate

a Renaissance physician in the Second Reformation

by Charles D. Gunnoe

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Published by Brill in Leiden, Boston .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. ) and index.

Statementby Charles D. Gunnoe, Jr
SeriesBrill"s series in church history -- v. 48
Classifications
LC ClassificationsBX9419.E72 G86 2010
The Physical Object
Paginationp. cm.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24539415M
ISBN 109789004187924
LC Control Number2010026553
OCLC/WorldCa643763719

Thomas Erastus and the Palatinate: A Renaissance Physician in the Second Reformation. Hammond, Mitchell Lewis // Church History;Sep, Vol. 81 Issue 3, p The article reviews the book "Thomas Erastus and the Palatinate: A Renaissance Physician in the Second Reformation," by Charles Gunnoe Jr., part of Brill’s Series in Church History. Charles D. Gunnoe Jr. is the author of Thomas Erastus and the Palatinate ( avg rating, 0 ratings, 0 reviews, published ), An Introduction to the H /5.

Dictionary entry overview: What does Palatinate mean? • PALATINATE (noun) The noun PALATINATE has 2 senses. 1. a territory in southwestern Germany formerly ruled by the counts palatine 2. a territory under the jurisdiction of a count palatine Familiarity information: PALATINATE used as a noun is rare. The Palatinate borders on Saarland in the west, historically also comprising the state's Saarpfalz District. In the northwest, the Hunsrück mountain range forms the border with the Rhineland region. The eastern border with Hesse and the Baden region runs along the Upper Rhine river, while the left bank, with Mainz and Worms as well as the Selz basin around Alzey, belong to the Rhenish Hesse.

The second term that needs discussion here is “Erastianism,” named for Thomas Erastus (), a physician in Heidelberg, then the capital of the Rhenish Palatinate of the Holy Roman Empire. In the Palatinate’s ruler embraced Reformed Christianity (or “Calvinism”) and established it in his dominion. Background on the Palatinate. For an excellent resource on the Rheinland-Palatinate see this website put up by the German Genealogy Home Page.. According to the Encyclopedia Brittanica Gumbsweiler and Buborn lie in a part of Germany known as the Pfalz, specifically, in the Lower World War II, this area was joined with a part of the Rhineland to form the German state of.


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This study is the first monograph to attempt a synthetic treatment of the career of Thomas Erastus (). Erastus was a central player in the conversion of the Electoral Palatinate to Reformed Christianity in the early s and a co-author of the Heidelberg by: 8. This study is the first monograph to attempt a synthetic treatment of the career of Thomas Erastus ().

Erastus was a central player in the conversion of the Electoral Palatinate to Reformed Christianity in the early s and a co-author of the Heidelberg by: 8.

The four companion volumes of Nature and Scripture in the Abrahamic Religions contribute to a contextual evaluation of the mutual influences between scriptural exegesis and hermeneutics on the one hand and practices or techniques of interpretation in natural philosophy and the natural sciences on the other.

We seek to raise the low profile this theme has had both in Thomas Erastus and the Palatinate book history of science and. This study is the first monograph to attempt a synthetic treatment of the career of Thomas Erastus ().

Erastus was a central player in the conversion of the Electoral Palatinate to Reformed Christianity in the early s and a co-author of the Heidelberg Catechism. In the church discipline controversy of the s and s, Erastus opposed the Calvinist effort to institute a.

Utilizing Erastus's correspondence, this book offers a synthetic treatment of Erastus's career in the Palatinate including his role in the territory's conversion, the. Erastus was a central player in the conversion of the Electoral Palatinate to Reformed Christianity in the early s and a co-author of the Heidelberg Catechism.

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It is claimed that Erastus was one of the co-authors of the Heidelberg Catechism, which is news to me. Thomas Erastus and the Palatinate: A Renaissance Physician in the Second Reformation. Charles D. Gunnoe Jr. Brill's Series in Church History Leiden: Brill, xvi + pp.

$ ISBN Reviewed by: Michaela Valente Università La Sapienza, Italy Review translated by: James M. Ogier and Guilana Chapman Roanoke College. Palatinate, German Pfalz, in German history, the lands of the count palatine, a title held by a leading secular prince of the Holy Roman phically, the Palatinate was divided between two small territorial clusters: the Rhenish, or Lower, Palatinate and the Upper Palatinate.

The Rhenish Palatinate included lands on both sides of the middle Rhine River between its Main and Neckar. Frederick III of Simmern, the Pious, Elector Palatine of the Rhine (Febru – Octo ) was a ruler from the house of Wittelsbach, branch was a son of John II of Simmern and inherited the Palatinate from the childless Elector Otto-Henry, Elector Palatine (Ottheinrich) in He was a devout convert to Calvinism, and made the Reformed Born: 14 FebruarySimmern.

Thomas Erastus and the Palatinate: A Renaissance Physician in the Second Reformation. By Charles Gunnoe Jr. Brill's Series in Church History.

Leiden, Netherlands: Brill, xvi + pp. $ Author: Mitchell Hammond. I'm giving this book a four star rating because of the subject matter. I was not able to find alot of information on the Palatinate of Germany. BUT, this book is not for the casual reader.

The writing style reflects its publication date. It drifts and rambles and sometimes never seems to get to the by: 1. In the definitive English-language study of Thomas Erastus ð?–Þ, Charles D.

Gunnoe Jr. investigates the diverse projects and competing reputations of the Swiss physician and theologian. Focusing on Erastus’s period in Heidelberg ð–80Þ, Gun-noe’s Thomas Erastus and the Palatinate: A Renaissance Physician in the Second Ref.

The Story of the Palatines book. Read 5 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Covers the Palatinate communities along the Rhine River i /5. Thomas Erastus and the Palatinate: A Renaissance Physician in the Second Reformation An Introduction to Heidelberg Catechism: Sources, History, and Theology Paracelsian Moments: Science, Medicine, and Astrology in Early Modern Europe.

Palatine, any of diverse officials found in numerous countries of medieval and early modern ally the term was applied to the chamberlains and troops guarding the palace of the Roman emperor.

In Constantine’s time (early 4th century), the designation was also used for the senior field force of the army that might accompany the emperor on his campaigns. Adam Neuser (c. – 12 October ) was a Protestant pastor of Heidelberg who held Antitrinitarian views.

Neuser was born in Gunzenhausen and was a popular pastor and theologian in Heidelberg in the s, serving at the Peterskirche and later the the controversy over church discipline that developed in the late s, Neuser became a leading member of the.

Gregor died 13 Apr in Ellerstadt, District Of Durkheim, The Palatinate. Mother: Anna Maria KREUTZER born 16 JUN ; died in Ellerstadt, The Palatinate.

Baptism: An entry in the old Luthern church book at Ellerstadt, gives the record of his baptism: "Anno Thomas Erastus was a Swiss physician and wrote theses in which he argued that the sins committed by Christians should be punished by the State, that the Church should not withhold Sacraments as a form of punishment, they were published after his death, with the title Explicatio gravissimae quaestionis.

His name was applied to Erastianism, he was born of poor parents on 7 Alma mater: University of Basel and University of Bologna. The book has six chapters along thematic lines, but this review attempts to summarize Gregory's argument by following basic chronology.

In the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, the thinkers of the so-called scientific revolution and the Enlightenment who failed to observe any deity in their research projects concerning the paths of heavenly bodies, physics, chemistry, and other .“Erastus and Paracelsianism: Theological Motifs in Thomas Erastus’ Assault on Paracelsianism.” In Reading the Book of Nature: The Other Side of the Scientific Revolution, Sixteenth Century Essays and Studies, vol.

41, ed. Allen G. Debus and Michael Walton, Kirksville, Mo., “Thomas Erastus and his Circle of Anti-Paracelsians.”. The German Palatines were natives of the Electorate of the Palatinate region of Germany, although a few had come to Germany from Switzerland, the Alsace, and probably other parts of Europe.

Towards the end of the 17th century and into the 18th, the Palatine region was repeatedly invaded by French troops, which resulted in continuous military.