An Editorial Comment on “Erasmus of Rotterdam”

I am writing in response to the article which was printed in the August 1994 issue of the Beacon Lights titled “Erasmus of Rotterdam.” I do not agree with what the author of that article wrote concerning Erasmus. For that reason, I have several comments to make concerning this article and some questions for the […]

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Erasmus of Rotterdam

Erasmus of Rotterdam was one of the most brilliant thinkers of his time. Although in our day his books lie on bookshelves collecting dust, in his time he was internationally famous. It is questionable, says his biographer, Stefan Zweig, whether Erasmus was a man of first-class intelligence, but what we can be sure of is […]

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The Theological Philosophy of Erasmus

Desiderius Erasmus of Rotterdam became, in the opinion of many, one of the greatest evangelists of the Christian humanism. For it is often said by many that he laid the eggs which Luther and Calvin hatched. This is what I will briefly write about, that is, his theological philosophy. Erasmus changed his prime directive in […]

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