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Erasmus’ Self-Description of His Task As a Christian Humanist

I thought this was interesting enough to translate and post here: I have made an effort in my studies toward nothing other than that I might raise up among us the good books which have been nearly buried; next, that … Continue reading

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Three Chief Places, Three Principles, Three Remedies, and Three Maxims

While poking around for something else in Patrologia Latina Vol. 94, my eyes stumbled across the following passage: God has established three chief dwellings: heaven, earth, and hell: and in these three there are three principle things. In heaven He … Continue reading

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