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Servetus a drama by Henry Warburton Hawkes

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Published by Elsom and Co. in Hull .
Written in English


  • Servetus, Michael, -- 1511?-1553.

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Edition Notes

Written May, 1904, printed May, 1911.

Statementby H.W. Hawkes.
The Physical Object
Pagination1 v. ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15985884M

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  In his book, Servetus affirms the sole authority of the Bible in doctrinal matters and denies that it contains either the doctrine of the Trinity or its terminology. He lodges a scathing rebuke against the Church, asserting that its inclusion of the doctrine of the Trinity in Church creeds reveals that they are mere inventions of Servetus M. The two treatises of Servetus on the Trinity. - New York: Kraus Reprint Co., Introduction. Life of Servetus. Bibliography. Translator's Note. On the Errors of the Trinity. Dialogues on the Trinity. On the Righteousness of Christ's Kingdom   Michael Servetus was viewed throughout Europe as the arch-heretic of his day. To begin with, he believed “that he was one with the ‘Michael’ in the Book of Revelation fighting against both the dragon of Rome and the ‘Simon Magus’ or ‘Magician’ of Geneva and thus destined to Servetus fled for Italy, traveling through Geneva, which was under Calvin's control. Calvin had Servetus arrested, and condemned him to burning at the stake. Besides the heretic theological views presented in his book, Servetus also proposed that the blood traveled from the heart through the pulmonary artery and back through the pulmonary vein

  As Gordon notes, “Although Servetus’ quarrel was clearly with Calvin, the Frenchman’s role in the process was limited” (Gordon, Calvin, ). In Servetus’s trial before the civil magistrates, Calvin was, as Alister McGrath puts it, a “technical advisor or expert witness, rather than Book V. Argument. Examination of the Old Testament usage of the words for God – Elohim and Jehovah – shows that both refer to Christ, as centre of all, and the essence of all things. Book VI. Argument. The incomprehensible God is known through Christ, by faith, rather than by philosophical speculation. He manifests God to us, being the   Those who wonder why this scientific discovery is contained in a theological book, they can find the answer in the nature of the system of thought of Servetus. As a son of the Renaissance, Servetus considered that theology, medicine, philosophy and the rest of sciences were not separated compartments, but interrelated sciences that allowed men   I launched this book and this website on Septem , to commemorate the th anniversary of Servetus' birth date. I self-published this book under this pseudonym--Servetus the Evangelical--to temporarily remain anonymous and draw attention to the evil practice of church orthodoxy in executing people such as Michael