Erasmus and the Seamless Coat of Jesus: De Sarcienda Ecclesiae Concordia (On Restoring the Unity of the Church): With Selections from the Letters and Ecclesiastes e-book
by Raymond Himelick,Desiderius Erasmus
This book focuses on restoring the unity of the church, with selections from the Letters and Ecclesiastes. Desiderius Erasmus (c. 1466-1536), a Dutch humanist, Catholic priest, and scholar, was one of the most influential Renaissance figures.
This book focuses on restoring the unity of the church, with selections from the Letters and Ecclesiastes. Also includes translations with introductions and notes by Raymond Himelick. A professor of divinity and Greek, Erasmus wrote, taught, and travelled, meeting with Europe's foremost scholars. A prolific author, Erasmus wrote on both ecclesiastic and general human interest subjects.
of Jesus; "Desarcienda Ecclesiae concordia" ("On Restoring the Unity of the Church"). Cannibalism, Vegetarianism, and the Community of Sacrifice: Rediscovering Euripides’ Cretans and the Beginnings of Political Philosophy. The Date of Composition of Caesar's Gallic War.
Margaret Mann Phillips, A. E. Douglas, J. W. Binns, B. Hall, D. F. S. Thomson, T. A. Dorey Erasmus and the Seamless Coat of Jesus; "Desarcienda Ecclesiae concordia" ("On Restoring the Unity of the Church"). Raymond Himelick," Classical Philology 67, no. 3 (Ju. 1972): 200-203. Of all published articles, the following were the most read within the past 12 months. Carthage and Rome: Introduction. Radin.
De sarcienda Ecclesiae concordia (On restoring the unity of the Church). With selections from the Letters and Ecclesiastes.
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Other articles where De sarcienda ecclesiae concordia is discussed: Erasmus: Final years. onetheless encouraged such . Having returned to Basel to see his manual on preaching ( Ecclesiastes, 1535) through the.
Having returned to Basel to see his manual on preaching ( Ecclesiastes, 1535) through the.
Ecclesiastes: On the Art of Preaching (Latin: Ecclesiastes: sive de ratione concionandi) was a 1535 book by Desiderius Erasmus. One of the last major works he produced, Ecclesiastes focuses on the subject of effective preaching. Previously, Erasmus had written treatises on the Christian layperson, Christian prince, and Christian educator.
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Erasmus' belief in the unity of the church was fundamental, but, like the Hollanders and .
Erasmus' belief in the unity of the church was fundamental, but, like the Hollanders and Brabanters with whom he was most at home, he recoiled from the cruel logic of religious persecution.
45 De sarcienda ecclesiae concordia in ASD V-3 289:100–01
45 De sarcienda ecclesiae concordia in ASD V-3 289:100–01. 46 Hyperaspistes I in CWE 76 86, 151; De Concordia in ASD V-3 304:625–30. 47 Epistola ad fratres inferioris Germaniae in ASD IX-1 422: 1098–1101; De Concordia in ASD V-3 301:513–15. For Lerna malorum, ‘A pile of troubles’ see Adagia . ii. 48 Ecclesiastes in ASD V-5 338:536–38; Enarratio psalmi 38 in ASD V-3 157:388–89. 50 In the same way Erasmus sees such coexistence as a means to converting the Turk, De bello Turcico in CWE 64 265. 51 See Yvonne, Charlier, Erasme et l'Amitié d'après sa Correspondence (Paris 1977) 305. 52 Ep 2522 in Allen IX 322:167–77.
This book records the distress of Erasmus, a man whose Christ was more generous and whose Church should have been more hospitable. His treatise De sarcienda Ecclesiae Concordia (On Restoring the Unity of the Church) begins as a commentary on a psalm extolling the peace and joy of Christian harmony. It moves on, insistently and explicitly, to state Erasmus’ lifelong conviction that a polarized Christendom is antithetical to everything Christ stood for. The excerpts from the nineteen letters and the Ecclesiastes all develop aspects of the same theme – a plea for a reasonable faith and a strategy of reform, avoiding the doctrinal rigorism and holy acrimony which were hurling Christians at one another’s throats for the glory of God.
Erasmus was rewarded for these efforts by being attacked by the Catholic Right as subversive and the Protestant Left as evasive. Then as now, a narrow and emotional dogmatism identified intensity of conviction with Revealed Truth. Both sides were sure that the coat of Jesus had never been intended to cover both Rome and Wittenburg. These translations offer a view of a lesser known Erasmus, the indefatigable scholar and exegete of scripture, and the voluminous writer of letters. Only the most parochial demand for instant relevance will be blind to the fact that after five centuries the great humanist’s message is as pertinent as ever.