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Concerning heretics, whether they are to be persecuted and how they are to be treated : a collection of the opinions of learned men, both ancient and modern

Author: Sébastien Castellion; David Joris; Roland Herbert Bainton
Publisher: New York : Octagon Books, 1965 [©1935]
Series: Records of civilization, sources and studies, no. 22.
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Castellion, Sébastien, 1515-1563.
Concerning heretics, whether they are to be persecuted and how they are to be treated.
New York, Octagon Books, 1965 [©1935]
(OCoLC)608512762
Named Person: Sébastien Castellion
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Sébastien Castellion; David Joris; Roland Herbert Bainton
OCLC Number: 1241991
Description: xiv, 346 pages : facsimiles, portraits ; 24 cm.
Contents: Introduction. The occasion and authorship of the book ; Pre-Reformation writers ; Protestant persecutors ; Protestant liberals ; The influence of the De haereticis / Roland H. Bainton --
Concerning heretics / Sebastion Castellion --
Excerpts from other works of Castellio and Joris. Preface to the French Bible ; Counsel to France in her distress ; Reply to Calvin's book ; Concerning doubt and belief, ignorance and knowledge ; The pleas of Daivd Joris for Servetus --
Appendix. A finding list of the works of Sebastian Frank in American libraries / Philip L. Kintner.
Series Title: Records of civilization, sources and studies, no. 22.
Other Titles: De haereticis.
Responsibility: an anonymous work attributed to Sebastian Castellio, now first done into English, together with excerpts from other works of Sebastian Castellio and David Joris on religious liberty, by Roland H. Bainton.

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