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Theoretico-Practica Theologia, Qua Per singula capita Theologica, Pars exegetica, doma=tica, elenchtica & practica, perpetuâ successione conjugantur. Editio Nova, Priori multo emendatior, & plus quam tertia parte auctior. Accedunt: Historia Ecclesiastica, plena quidem; sed compendiosa: Ida Theologiæ Moralis: Hypotyposis Theologiæ Asceticæ &c Proin opus quasi novum. Auctore Petro van Mastricht, SS. Theol. in Acadmiâ Ultrj. Doctore & Professore. Tomus Primus [& Tomus Secondus] [Engraved printer's device]

By: Mastricht, Peter.

Price: $975.00

Publisher: Trajecti ad Rhenum, [Utrecht], Ex officinâ Thomæ Appels; Bibliopolæ.: Anno cIc Ic c xcix. [1699] 1699

Item Number: 17996

"""Peter Van Mastricht (1630-1706) was a German-Dutch theologian who studied at Utrecht under Gisbert Voetius. He held pastorates in Germany and Denmark before accepting a position as professor of Hebrew and practical theology at Frankfurt, and later at his alma mater, Utrecht. Van Mastricht is probably best known for his Theologia Theoretico-Practica (1682-87), a comprehensive and influential work that was translated into Dutch and won much acclaim. Van Mastricht deeply shaped the experiential piety of the ""Nadere Reformation"" in the Netherlands, as well as large... View more info

Institutio Theologiæ Elenticæ, in qua Status Controversiæ perspicue exponitur, præcipua Orthodoxorum argumenta proponuntur, et Vindicantur, et Fontes Solutionum aperiuntur. Authore Francisco Turrettino in Ecclesia, et Academia Genevensi Pastore, et S.S. Theologiæ Professore. Edition Nova Recognita et Multis Locis Aucta: Addita est Benedicti Picteti Profess Genevensis Oratio de Vita et Obitu Authoris. Nec Non Encomium Operis, Scribente M.L.S.S. Theol.D. et. Pr. Pars Prims [& Secunda, Tertia, & Quarta.] [Small copperplate device.]


Price: $950.00

Publisher: Trajecti ad Rhenum,, Apud Jacobum a Poolsum,: M.DCC.XXXIV. [1734]. 1734

Item Number: 17993

"4 Volumes. Quarto. Francois Turrenttini (1623-1687) Reformed theologian of Geneva. ""He was educated at Geneva, Leyden, Utrecht, Paris, Saumur, Montauban, and Nîmes. Returning to his native city, he was made pastor of the Italian church there in 1648, and professor of theology in 1653. His is especially known as a zealous opponent of the theology Saumur, as an earnest defender of the orthodoxy represented by the Synod of Dort, and as one of the authors of the Helvetic Consensus. Among his writings, which are chiefly dogmatic in character, special mention should be mad... View more info