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written by Abraham Heidanus, 1597-1678 (Amsterdam, North Holland: Joannes van Someren (Publisher), 1678), 623 page(s)
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written by William Lawne (Edinburgh, Scotland: Thomas Vautrollier (Publisher), 1583), 460 page(s)
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The Absoluteness of Christianity and the History of Religions
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written by Ernst Troeltsch, 1865-1923 (Louisville, KY: Westminster John Knox Press, 2005, originally published 1971), 176 page(s)
written by Ernst Troeltsch, 1865-1923 (Louisville, KY: Westminster John Knox Press, 2005, originally published 1971), 176 page(s)
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AD PRIMAM CALUMNIAM, IN QUA TRACTATUR DE PROVIDENTIA DEI.
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written by Theodore Beza, 1519-1605; in Abstersio calumniarum, quibus aspersa est ecclesia Genevensis à Tilemanno Heshusio. (Geneva Canton: Jean Crespin, II (Publisher), 1561), 2-12
This document is drawn from: Theodori Bezae Vezelii, volumen tractationum theologicarum, in quibus pleraque Christianae religionis dogmata adversus haereses nostris temporibus renovatas solidè ex verbo Dei defenduntur. [Geneva: 1570.]
written by Theodore Beza, 1519-1605; in Abstersio calumniarum, quibus aspersa est ecclesia Genevensis à Tilemanno Heshusio. (Geneva Canton: Jean Crespin, II (Publisher), 1561), 2-12
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Ad F. Claudii de Xainctes responsionem altera Th. Bezae apologia.
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written by Theodore Beza, 1519-1605 (Geneva Canton: Eustache Vignon (Publisher), 1567), 73 page(s)
This document is drawn from: Theodori Bezae Vezelii, volumen tractationum theologicarum, in quibus pleraque Christianae religionis dogmata adversus haereses nostris temporibus renovatas solidè ex verbo Dei defenduntur. [Geneva: 1573].
written by Theodore Beza, 1519-1605 (Geneva Canton: Eustache Vignon (Publisher), 1567), 73 page(s)
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Ad illustrissimum Cattorum principem Philippum, sermonis de providentia dei anamnema.
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written by Ulrich Zwingli, 1484-1531; edited by Rudolf Gwalther, 1519-1586 and Leo Jud (Zurich, Zurich Canton: Christoph Froschauer (Publisher), 1530), 56 page(s)
This document is drawn from: Opera D. Huldrychi Zuinglii, vigilantissimi Tigurinae ecclesiae antistitis. [Zurich: 1545].
written by Ulrich Zwingli, 1484-1531; edited by Rudolf Gwalther, 1519-1586 and Leo Jud (Zurich, Zurich Canton: Christoph Froschauer (Publisher), 1530), 56 page(s)
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AD IOANNIS BRENTII ARGUMENTA, & IO. ANDREAE THESES, QUIBUS CARNIS CHRISTI OMNIPRAESENTIAM NITUNTUR CONFIRMARE, ID EST ADVERSUS RENOVATOS NESTORII & EUTYCHETIS ERRORES, RESPONSUM.
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This document is drawn from: Theodori Bezae Vezelii, volumen tractationum theologicarum, in quibus pleraque Christianae religionis dogmata adversus haereses nostris temporibus renovatas solidè ex verbo Dei defenduntur. [Geneva: 1570].
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Ad putidas quasdam a Iacobo Andrea partim recenter confictas, partim aliunde repetitas calumnias responsio.
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written by Theodore Beza, 1519-1605 (Geneva Canton: Eustache Vignon (Publisher), 1581), 9 page(s)
This document is drawn from: Theodori Bezae Vezelii, volumen tractationum theologicarum, in quibus pleraque Christianae religionis dogmata adversus haereses nostris temporibus renovatas solidè ex verbo Dei defenduntur. [Geneva: 1582].
written by Theodore Beza, 1519-1605 (Geneva Canton: Eustache Vignon (Publisher), 1581), 9 page(s)
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AD SEBASTIANI CASTELLIONIS CALUMNIAS, QUIBUS UNICUM SALUTIS NOSTRAE FUNDAMENTUM, ID EST AETERNAM DEI PRAEDESTINA-TIONEM EVERTERE NITITUR, RESPONSIO.
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written by Theodore Beza, 1519-1605; in Ad Sebastiani Castellionis calumnias, quibus unicum salutis nostrae fundamentum, id est aeternam Dei praedestinationem evertere nititur, responsio. (Geneva Canton: Jean Crespin, II (Publisher), 1558), 1-89
This document is drawn from: Theodori Bezae Vezelii, volumen tractationum theologicarum, in quibus pleraque Christianae religionis dogmata adversus haereses nostris temporibus renovatas solidè ex verbo Dei defenduntur. [Geneva: 1570.]
written by Theodore Beza, 1519-1605; in Ad Sebastiani Castellionis calumnias, quibus unicum salutis nostrae fundamentum, id est aeternam Dei praedestinationem evertere nititur, responsio. (Geneva Canton: Jean Crespin, II (Publisher), 1558), 1-89
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