By Michael Servetus. Translated by Christopher A. Hoffman and Marian Hillar. Notes by Marian Hillar. With a preface by Alicia McNary Forsey. ISBN
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By Michael Servetus. Translated by Christopher A. Hoffman and Marian Hillar. Notes by Marian Hillar. With a preface by Alicia McNary Forsey. ISBN There has been comparatively little serious encounter with the theology of Michael Servetus and even less among an English-language readership due to the lack of a translation of his major work, the Christianismi restitutio. Christopher Hoffman and Marian Hillar have remedied this problem with a full translation accompanied by copious annotations.
Servetus was, clearly, widely read—but, contrary to the hyperbolic praise of his grasp of materials found in the prefaces and notes to this volumes, rather deficient in his understanding of the traditions that he [End Page ] attacked.
The translation is a welcome addition to the literature of early-modern theology and philosophy. We can hope that it leads to further scholarship both on Servetus and to the variant trends in early-modern thought that he represented. Richard A. If you would like to authenticate using a different subscribed institution or have your own login and password to Project MUSE.
CHRISTIANISMI RESTITUTIO PDF
Michael Servetus The whole apostolic church is summoned to the threshold. And finally with the heavenly kingdom restored to us, the wicked captivity in Babylon has been ended and antichrist with his host destroyed. And at that time shall Michael stand up. And war broke out in heaven. He is credited with being the first to publish this discovery!
Najind Papers delivered at a th anniversary conference in Geneva are collected in Clifford M. Nonetheless, his reputation was again tarnished and he was removed from his position as lecturer, moving to practice medicine in Lyons as a result. If Servetus hoped his book would persuade the new Protestant establishment to re-think orthodox trinitarian doctrine, christiznismi traditionally interpreted from the fourth century Council of Nicaea through the late mediaeval Scholastics, and replace it with his own formulation, he was quickly disappointed. Meanwhile, inthe Supreme Council of the Inquisition in Chrisfianismi began proceedings to summon him, or to apprehend him if he would not appear before the tribunal.