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dc.contributor.authorPont, A.D.
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dc.date.created2017-01-06 00:02
dc.date.issued2016-11-08
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dc.description.abstractThomas Erastus on the church, the rulers and the community In this, largely descriptive paper, the views of Thomas Erastus (1520-1583) of Heidelberg, are discussed. Erastus' views on the church, the rulers and the community are put forward in his Treatise Explicatio gravissimae of 1568-69, published in 1589. It is clear that Erastus depends on the Zurich covenant-theology in his view that the community is essentially a Christian community ruled by the pius magistratus. In this community the church does not appear as a separate coetus or societas, but is ruled by the godly prince who rules according to God's law. Erastus' view gained popularity in the ecclesia Anglicana and was, to a certain extent, also a plea for the divine rights of kings.
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dc.language.isoeng
dc.publisherFaculty of Theology, University of Pretoria
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dc.sourceHTS Teologiese Studies / Theological Studies; Vol 41, No 3 (1985); 428-440
dc.titleThomas Erastus oor die struktuur van die gemeenskap
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