Berruyer's Bible

Berruyer's Bible

Author: DANIEL J. WATKINS

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ISBN: 0228006295

Page: 320

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French Jesuits and the Enlightenment -- The Problem of Innovation -- The Berruyer Affair -- From Ink to Ashes -- The Suppression -- A Bible for a Post-Revolutionary Age -- Conclusion: From Enlightenment to Romantic Catholicism.

Berruyer's Bible offers a fresh perspective on the history of the Catholic Enlightenment. By exploring the rise and fall of the French Jesuit Isaac-Joseph Berruyer's Histoire du peuple de Dieu, Daniel Watkins reveals how Catholic attempts to assimilate Enlightenment ideas caused conflicts within the church and between the church and the French state.



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