Twenty-ninth Annual Erasmus Birthday Lecture: Long and Useless: The Polemic between Erasmus and Béda

in Erasmus Studies
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Abstract

This essay investigates the background and printing history of the five works written between 1526 and 1529 that constitute Erasmus' polemic against the Parisian theologian Noël de Bède (Béda). Taken together, these polemical works are more voluminous than any others against his Roman Catholic adversaries. Unlike most of these other apologetic undertakings, moreover, this one concerns not Erasmus' edition of the New Testament but his Paraphrases.

Twenty-ninth Annual Erasmus Birthday Lecture: Long and Useless: The Polemic between Erasmus and Béda

in Erasmus Studies

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