De Imperio Summar Potestatum Circa Sacra [ Vellum 1780 Complete]

By: Hugo Grotius / David Blondel

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Book Condition: Very Good with no dust jacket

Hugo Grotius de Imperio Summar Potestatum Circa Sacra cum scholis criticis, et chronologicis ac David Blondellus de jure plebis in regimine ecclesiastico. David Blondel (1591 6 April 1655) was a French Protestant clergyman, historian and classical scholar. Giovanni Francesco Conforti (Calvanico, 7 January 1743 - Naples, December 7, 1799) was a priest, theologian, jurist, historian and Italian, the Republic Neapolitan martyr of 1799. Hugo Grotius (10 April 1583 28 August 1645) , was imprisoned for his involvement in the intra-Calvinist disputes of the Dutch Republic, but escaped. Two-volume set is bound in full vellum with handwritten spine label with manuscript title. This set contains both the works of Hugo Grotius, "De Imperio summarum potestatum circa sacra," as well as David Blondel, "De Jure Plebis in Regimine Ecclesiastico." binding is solid. Contents are clean, full vellum, worm holes in spine covering do not appear elsewhere int he two volumes. While imprisoned, Grotius stated. "as to my views on the power of the Christian [civil] authorities in ecclesiastical matters, I refer to my...booklet De Pietate Ordinum Hollandiae and especially to an unpublished book De Imperio summarum potestatum circa sacra, where I have treated the matter in more detail...I may summarize my feelings thus: that the [civil] authorities should scrutinize God's Word so thoroughly as to be certain to impose nothing which is against it; if they act in this way, they shall in good conscience have control of the public churches and public worship but without persecuting those who err from the right way." Width: 7.75" Height: 10". A scarce work. Antique Theology & French History Christian Power Protestant Jure Plebis Vellum Binding

Title: De Imperio Summar Potestatum Circa Sacra [ Vellum 1780 Complete]

Author Name: Hugo Grotius / David Blondel

Categories: French History,

Edition: Presumed 1st

Publisher: Typis, Ac Sumptibus Joseph-Maria Porcelli City: Neapoli: 1780

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Very Good with no dust jacket

Seller ID: 37970