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Gottschalk and a medieval predestination controversy; texts translated from the Latin.

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Gottschalk and a medieval predestination controversy; texts translated from the Latin.

Gottschalk of Orbais.

Marquette University Press

2010

247 pages

$29.00

Paperback

Medieval philosophical texts in translation; no.47

BT810

Russian scholar of early Christianity Victor Genke and Francis Gumerlock (Providence Theological Seminary) select, translate, and introduce writings by Gottschalk (803-867) and his contemporaries that illustrate his role in the controversy he sparked with his radical application of Augustine's doctrine of predestination. His pieces include Confession of Faith at Mainz, On Different Ways of Speaking about Redemption, and Another Treatise on Predestination. Among the others are Rabanus Maurus' letter to Eberhard, Hincmar of Reims' Sentence against Gottschalk at the Synod of Quierzy, and Amolo of Lyons' On Grace and Foreknowledge.

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