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Scott Mandelbrote

RELIGIOUS BELIEF AND THE POLITICS OF TOLERATION IN THE LATE SEVENTEENTH CENTURY SCOTT MANDELBROTE Cambridge/Oxford The practice of religious toleration is a relatively new phenomenon in the history of Western Europe. Our nineteenth-century forebears have taught us to regard it as a natural

Ernestien G. E. Van der Wall

. Adriaanse BOEKBEOORDELINGEN B. W. Ball, The English Connection. The Puritan Roots of Seventh-day Adventist Belief, Cambridge 1981, 247 blz. Het Zevendedags-Adventisme heeft in de laatste decennia op wereldwijde schaal een zeer snelle groei doorgemaakt. Sinds 1955 is het ledental van dit conservatieve

Thomas E. Bowman

Lovenula (Neolovenula) alluaudi is widespread on Lanzarote, where it occurred at 22 of the 105 stations. On Fuerteventura it was found at only 2 of the 53 stations, both in the extreme north-west part of the island. It was also found in a reservoir on the south side of the small island of Alegranza. Samples collected at several hundred stations in the other Canary Islands failed to yield a single calanoid, supporting the belief that the eastern islands are fragments of the African continent that drifted to deeper waters.

Scott Mandelbrote

scepticism in the Renaissance for which Popkin and Schmitt have argued over the years; the function of the volume is to show what effect scepticism had on the philosophical foundations of religious belief in the seventeenth (and to some extent the eighteenth) century. As a number of the authors make clear

A. Hamilton

opposed to theological discussions being held by anyone with no theological training. 228 Caravia's next work, La verra, was published anonymously and was a still bolder statement of protestantising beliefs than It sogno. Here he questions the validity of the sacrament of confession. Justification by

E. FLESSEMAN-VAN LEER

theologian, is a follower of Luther's teaching, without much originality, so that his side of this controversy contributes nothing new either. What gives the dis- cussion its charm and value is just that More, as a layman, writing consciously for lay-people, voices the generally accepted beliefs and opinions

A. Hamilton

228 Caravia's next work, La verra, was published anonymously and was a still bolder statement of protestantising beliefs than It sogno. Here he questions the validity of the sacrament of confession. Justification by faith is stressed and the effect of good works performed by personal merit and

A. Hamilton

historical document to have been preserved. While Boulainvilliers tended to attribute miracles to natural causes and prophecies and most revelations to the human imagination, he maintained throughout his life a firm belief in divine Providence. Another surprising feature of his thought is his enduring trust

E. FLESSEMAN-VAN LEER

hys chyrche forther what trouth he wyll hereafter, ... and to commaunde hys hole chyrche to byleve and obaye hym therin and well I saye hereafter as ever he was before".1 So the continuing presence of the H. Spirit is the foundation on which More bases his belief that the church can pre- serve

Claire Cross

sometimes executed them for them for adhering to forms of Christianity not sanctioned by parliament. Although Elizabethans may have been more free to hold their own faith in England than the inhabitants of Geneva or Spain, he went on to ask how long they could hope to retain their beliefs and pass them on