Erasmus Produced His Five Editions Of The New Testament In Greek And Latin And His Paraphrases On The Gospels And Epistles Almost Contemporaneously With The Tumultuous Events That Accompanied The Beginnings Of The Reformation In Europe At The Same Time, His Scholarship Was A Signal Illustration Of The Christian Humanism Of Northern Europe His Remarkable Scholarship Is Translated And Annotated In The Collected Works Of Erasmus, Volumes 42 60, Published By The University Of Toronto Press.This Volume, CWE 41, Seeks To Set In Perspective In A Major Introductory Essay The Full Range Of That Scholarship It Traces The Origin Of Erasmus Work And Its Development Over The Course Of The Last Two Decades Of His Life, Placing The Work On The New Testament In The Context Of His Life And The Political And Religious Events Of His Age, Revealing The Endeavour As A Process, And Thus Giving The Reader Illuminating Points Of Reference For The Many Cryptic Allusions In His Annotations And Paraphrases The Book Includes An Annotated Translation Of Three Of Erasmus Major Writings On Scripture And Its Interpretation The Paraclesis, The Ratio Verae Theologiae System Of True Theology , And The Apologia Defense Of His Work It Includes As Well Some Of His Further Attempts To Clarify His Endeavour Relevant Letters And A Vitriolic Response To His Crabby Critics Contra Morosos The Volume Offers A Unique Insight Into The Production Of Erasmus Scholarship In Book Form, Illustrating Abundantly The Special Features That Made His Editions Of The New Testament And His Paraphrases Both Esthetically Pleasing And Effectively Marketable Products.
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