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Some Remarks upon the Ecclesiastical History of the Ancient Churches of Piedmont

by Allix, Peter

Clarendon Press 1821

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Overview

First published at the end of the seventeenth century, Peter Allix’s Remarks upon the Ecclesiastical History of the Ancient Churches of Piedmont was written in defense of the Albigensian and Waldensian churches against charges of heresy by the Bishop of Meaux, Jacques-Bénigne Bossuet, in his History of the Variations of the Protestant Churches.

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Key Features

  • Examines the Albigensian and Waldensian church’s defense against charges of heresy
  • Covers the charges of heresy given by Bishop Meaux, Jacques-Bénigne Bossuet
  • Overviews the persecutions which the Waldenses have suffered since the eleventh century

Contents

  • Concerning the First Rise and Original of the Churches of Italy
  • The State of the Christian Religion in the Diocese of Italy, until the End of the Fourth Century
  • Opinions of Authors of the Diocese of Italy, in the Fourth Century, concerning Matters of Faith and Worship
  • Concerning the Faith of the Churches of the Diocese of Italy during the Fifth Century
  • Opinions of the Churches of Italy during the Sixth Century
  • Opinions of the Diocese of Italy during the Seventh Century
  • Some Reflections upon the Liturgy of This Diocese, Called the Ambrosian Liturgy
  • Opinions of the Churches of Italy during the Eighth Century
  • Opinions of the Church of Italy during the Ninth Century
  • The Faith of the Churches of Italy in the Tenth Century
  • An Inquiry into the Opinions of Gundulphus and His Followers, before the Year 1026
  • Reflections upon Some Practices of the Churches of the Diocese of Italy
  • That the Diocese of Italy Was an Independent Diocese, Till after the Midst of the Eleventh Century
  • Concerning the Separation of the Churches of the Diocese of Italy from the Church of Rome, and of the Faith of the Paterines
  • Concerning the Belief of the Manichees, of Their Rise in Italy, Their Growth and Their Establishment
  • Concerning the Cathari Spoken of by Evervinus and St. Bernard, and Their Distinction from the Patarines
  • A Continuation of the History of the Cathari in Italy, as Elsewhere, and Their Distinction from the Patarines
  • That the Paterines and Subalpini Were Not Manichees, as Is Evident from Their Writings, and from Their Opinions in the Twelfth Century
  • That the Churches of Italy Were Not Founded by Peter Waldo
  • Whether the Waldenses Were at First Only Schismatics
  • Concerning the State of the Church of Rome, at the Time of the Separation of the Paterines or Waldenses; Together with the Accusations Charged upon Them by the Said Church, and the Idea They Had Conceived of Her
  • Concerning the Belief and Conduct of the Waldenses in Bohemia
  • Some Instances of the Arguments Which the Waldenses of Bohemia Waged in Their Disputes with the Church of Rome
  • Concerning the Government of the Churches of the Waldenses, and of the Succession of Their Ministers
  • Concerning the Persecutions Which the Waldenses Have Suffered since the Eleventh Century
  • An Instance of the Calumnies of Some Inquisitors
  • That the Churches of the Valleys of Piedmont Have Constantly Persevered in the Same Faith, until the Time of the Reformation
  • Containing the Conclusion of This Treatise
  • Scriptum Inquisitoris Cujuspiam Anonymi de Valdensibus, Ex Codice Ms. G. In Publica Bibliotheca Cantabrig
  • Processus Inquisitoris contra Barbam Martinum, Ex Cod. Ms. H. In Biblioth. Publica Cantabr
  • Sumptum Ex Ore Peyronettæ
  • Processus Inquisitionis contra Peyronettam, Ex Codice H. Waldensium in Public. Biblioth. Cantabrig

Product Details

  • Title: Some Remarks upon the Ecclesiastical History of the Ancient Churches of Piedmont
  • Author: Peter Allix
  • Publisher: Claredon Press
  • Publication Date: 1821
  • Pages: 361

About Peter Allix

Peter Allix (1641–1717) was a pastor at Saint-Agobile Champagne, then at Charenton, before the revocation of the Edict of Nantes in 1685 forced him to relocate to London. In London, he started a church for French exiles, and continued to preach and write. His other works included The Judgment of the Ancient Jewish Church against the Unitarians, Reflections upon the Books of the Holy Scripture, and Remarks upon the Ecclesiastical History of the Ancient Churches of the Albigenses.