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Tome XXV, 1584

Edited by Alain DUFOUR, Hervé GENTON, Béatrice NICOLLIER-DE WECK, Editorial coordination by Hippolyte AUBERT

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In 1584, Bèze has good cause for hope: France is at peace and the heir presumptive is a Protestant. Yet he also has causes for concern: the King of Scotland wants to return the Church to the bishops; ecclesiastical discipline is unpopular in England; and the success story of the Archbishop of Cologne, who had embraced the Reformation, ends in disaster. Thankfully, Jean Casimir leads the Palatinate back to Calvinism, and Bèze encourages Grynaeus to pursue his work in Heidelberg.


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In 1584, Bèze has good cause for hope: France is at peace and the heir presumptive is a Protestant. Yet he also has causes for concern: the King of Scotland wants to return the Church to the bishops; ecclesiastical discipline is unpopular in England...

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Title Correspondance
Subtitle Tome XXV, 1584
Edition First Edition
Volume 380
Tome 25
By (author) Théodore de BÈZE
Edited by Alain DUFOUR, Hervé GENTON, Béatrice NICOLLIER-DE WECK
Editorial coordination by Hippolyte AUBERT
ISSN 0082-6081
Issue 380
Language Français
Publisher Librairie Droz
Title First Published 10/1/2003
 
Format Hardback
ISBN-13 978-2-600-00887-7
GTIN13 (EAN13) 9782600008877
Reference no. 3-380
Publication Date 10/1/2003
Nb of pages XVIII - 414
Illustrations 1 illustration
Frontispiece, Plates
Dimensions 17.5 x 25 cm
Weight 1200 gr
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