3 edition of The history of the Donatists found in the catalog.
The history of the Donatists
|Statement||by Thomas Long ...|
|Genre||Early works to 1800.|
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 793:37.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 159 p.|
|Number of Pages||159|
He also wrote A History of the Donatists with which most are not familiar. It is a very good book and a very rare one. It is a very good book and a very rare one. In that book he searched out the beliefs of the Donatists from the writings of their opponents, especially Augustine -the arch-enemy of the Donatists. They apparently were not so principled when it came to laying down the law with the traitors of their own number. “For that there were traditors of your number is proved by the clearest testimony of history,” says Augustine (On Baptism, Against the Donatists, Book II, Chapter 6, Par. 9). Apparently, the Donatists didn’t care.
St. Optatus himself tells us the origin of his work. 34 As the Donatists at the time refused a conference or public discussion with Catholics, it seemed desirable to answer them in writing. Accordingly Optatus determined to reply to a book which had recently appeared, written by a certain Parmenian. HISTORY OF THE DONATISTS ***** CHAPTER 9. The Catholic Discipline Compared With That of the Donatists As one of the principal differences between Augustine and the Donatists had respect to this subject, as readers may have observed in the foregoing narratives, especially in the close of Chapter VII, that all may judge whether this people had valid reasons for their leaving the Catholics, I.
I have lowered the price on this Book on CD, because I think it is an important Book! This is a Book on CD of the " History of the Donatists, With Notes By. Rev. David Benedict, D.D. Author of: The History of the Baptists, History of all Religion, Fifty Years among the Baptists. With a Seller Rating: % positive. In today's demands for moral absolutes, the puritanism of early Christian Donatists is reflected. Maureen A. Tilley's study gives new insight into the Donatist church by focusing attention on the surviving Donatist controversies. She persuasively shows how Donatist interpretations of Scripture correlate with changes in the social setting of their church.
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The Donatists survived the Vandal invasion which began in CE, and the reconquest of the eastern Emperor Justinian beginning in Their fortunes appear to have dwindled after that, however, they maintained a presence in northern Africa nevertheless.
This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. edition. Excerpt: NOTES OF HISTORY OF THE DONATISTS.
CHAPTER I. : David Benedict. History of the Donatists () by David Benedict. Title: History of the Donatists By: David Benedict Format: Paperback Number of Pages: Vendor: Baptist Standard Bearer Publication Date: Dimensions: X X (inches) Weight: 14 ounces ISBN: ISBN Series: Dissent and Nonconformity Stock No: WWPages: History of the Donatists with notes.
This book, History of the Donatists with notes, by David Benedict, is a replication of a book originally published before It has been restored by human beings, page by page, so that you Pages: The Donatists were proscribed, deprived of their churches, their property was confiscated, their bishops were exiled Constantine sent an army, and for the first time in the world's history Christians slaughtered were the fruits of the alliance of Church and State." - Robinson Souttar; A Short History of Medieval People.
See Optatus, Against the Donatists, Book III; cf. W.H.C. Frend, The Donatist Church: A Movement of Protest in Roman North Africa (Oxford: Clarendon Press, ), Andrew J. Pottenger completed his Ph.D. in Church History at the University of Manchester in His thesis analysed various rhetorical aspects in the letters of Constantine.
Tyconius, one of the most important biblical theologians of 4th-century North African Latin gh little is known of his life, his positions on the theology of the church (ecclesiology) ultimately provided his younger contemporary and the Church Father St.
Augustine with crucial arguments against the Donatists (a schismatic church in North Africa). Only a year later, the Donatists had almost total control of the Council of Bagai, electing Donatus’ successor, Primian, as bishop of Carthage The Roman church had lost control of the situation, and Donatism quickly became the dominant church in North Africa.
It is. This treatise was written about A.D. Concerning it Aug. in II. xviii., says: I have written seven books on Baptism against the Donatists, who strive to defend themselves by the authority of the most blessed bishop and martyr Cyprian; in which I show that nothing is so effectual for the refutation of the Donatists, and for shutting their mouths directly from upholding their.
Many years after the death of St. Optatus, the Donatists, though most unwillingly, were compelled by the Edict of the Emperor Honorius to have the great Conference with the Catholics at Carthage (A.D.
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Subject: History. New Listing AT WAR WITH PONTIAC OR THE TOTEM OF THE BEAR by Kirk Munroe. The Donatist Controversy I Psalm against the Party of Donatus (Psalmus contra partem Donati) Answer to the Writings of Petilian (Contra litteras Petiliani) Answer to the Letter of Parmenian (Contra epistulam Parmeniani) Baptism (De baptismo) Letter to Catholics on the Sect of the Donatists (Epistula ad Catholicos de secta Donatistarum).
HISTORY OF THE DONATISTS ***** CHAPTER 2. Optatus Against the Donatists--The Origin of This Work This work is described by Friar Baldwin. Although he was a firm Catholic of the legal profession, yet he was an unusually candid historian, and well acquainted with.
OCLC Number: Description: xxxii, pages frontispiece (portrait) 20 cm: Contents: Chapter I. Historical sketches of North America, the principal country of the Donatists --Chapter s against the Donatists --the origin of this work --Chapter utions of the Donatists --Chapter ts from the writings of the Donatists --Chapter V.
Cresconius, a layman and philologist, read Augustin's first book in answer to Petilian, and wrote a reply, which, however, was circulated among the Donatists only.
Augustin at last secured a copy, and wrote ( A.D., some say as late as ) Contra Cresconium Grammaticum Partis Donati, libri IV.
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Cramp $ Old Landmarkism: What Is It. by J.R. Graves. Optatus argues, especially in book V, against the doctrine which the Donatists had inherited from St. Cyprian that baptism by those outside the Church cannot be valid, and he anticipates St.
Augustine's argument that the faith of the baptizer does not matter, since it is God who confers the ted in: Roman Catholic Church.4 In reading the history of the Donatists we are reminded again and again of English Puritans and Scotch Covenanters. Sir Walter Scott, in some of the Waverley Novels, puts upon the lips of the soldiers of Cromwell and the disciples of Calvin and John Knox almost the identical words that St.
Optatus puts upon the lips of Parmenian and his friends.The History of the Donatists by David Benedict. The Rise and Early History of the Donatists By Gibbon. Although in the following descriptions we have not only Catholic versions, but also those of a changeable secular writer; yet, as some of the sentences are very appropriate, I will not omit those of different mold.