A translation of Henri Heyer's thesis for his licensure, originally written in 1872, which seeks to a present a major portrait of Guillaume Farel (1489-1565). The author takes issue with the pervasive interpretation that Farel was a zealot rather than a theologian. In contrast, on the basis of largely unpublished sources, Heyer provides a critique of Farel's theological development both before and after his encounter with Calvin, arguing that he was a systematic thinker who did in fact provide well-articulated doctrines of the Trinity, baptism, predestination, and Communion.
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Descripción Edwin Mellen, 1990. Hardcover, no dust jacket. Ex-library. Else good. 103 pp. Nº de ref. de la librería 454431