Erasmus of Christendom

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A portrait of the 16th century philosopher-humanist who spent his life affirming religion as something deeper than dogmas.

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Well structured book on the life of Erasmus. Conveys that Erasmus was always trying to position himself as a peacemaker, and trying to avoid contention and violence as much as possible. However, in ... Read full review

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This is a well written book. It covers a life which is difficult to describe, without allowing one's personal prejudices to come to the fore: Erasmus is one of those people about whom, it is hard not ... Read full review

Contents

HOLLAND
3
PARIS 2
51
ENGLAND THE NETHERLANDS THE ENCHIRIDION
55
Copyright

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About the author (1969)

Roland Bainton (1894-1984) was for forty-two years a professor of ecclesiastical history at Yale University. He was also the author of more than thirty books on Christianity.

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