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Liberii de Sancto Amore Epistolae theologicae,in quibus varii scholasticorum errores castigantur.

Leclerc, Jean.

Published by typis Philalethianis, Irenopoli [i.e., really, Saumur], 1679
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"Liberius de Sancto Amore" was the pseudonym of Jean Leclerc (1657?1736; a.k.a. Johannes Clericus), a radical Swiss theologian who broke with Calvinism. He is famous for his promotion of exegesis. The present work, published with a false imprint while he lived in Saumur, was an unorthodox study of the doctrine of the Trinity, the Hypostatic union of the two natures in Christ, original sin, and other matters. It was decidedly unconventional for its era. The woodcut "printer's device" on the title-page is telling: "Ex trunco veteri novus ramus," which pretty much epitomizes Leclerc's writings. Uncommon: We locate fewer than 10 copies in the U.S. 12mo (16 cm; 6.375"). [10] f., 320 p. Weller, I, p.278. Recent quarter leather with gilt spine; sides with German-style brown paper speckled with black. Shadow of old pencilled shelf number and another four-digit number on verso of title-page. A very good copy. Bookseller Inventory # 24769

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Title: Liberii de Sancto Amore Epistolae ...

Publisher: typis Philalethianis, Irenopoli [i.e., really, Saumur]

Publication Date: 1679

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