Opera Omnia. Iterata hac Editione Auctiora et Emendatiora. Cum Privilegio. Operum Tomus Primus. Continet Vitam Authoris, Enchiridion Religionis Reformatae, Locos Cummunes S. Theologiae. WITH: Omnium Operum Tomus Secundus. Qui continet: Tractatum de Munere Ministrorum Ecclesiae, & inspectione Magistratus circa illud. Responsionem ad Corvini Censuram, in Anatomen Arminianismi Petri Molinaei. Compendium Ethicae Aristotelicae, ad normam veritatis Christianae revocatum. Miscellanea: nimirum Orationes, Disputationes, Consilia, Epistolas, Poëmata.


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2 volumes in 1 binding, (56, portrait) 554, (12) 511 (31) p. Contemporary blind-stamped Vellum with raised bands, Folio (The spine has been restored with preservation of most of the contemporary back-strip, long side of the margin of 5 leaves of the prelims and margins of the final page index reinforced. The collected works of Dutch Calvinist theologian Antonius Walaeus, or Antoine de Waele (1573-1639). Walaeus was one of the leading Dutch orthodox Reformed theologians of the seventeenth century and a key figure of the Dutch Further Reformation. He became prominent on the Contra-Remonstrant side as a preacher and helped formulate the Five Points of Calvinism in the Canons of Dort (Dordtse Leerregels). Appointed at the Synod of Dordrecht he was one of the main translators of the New Testament and Apocrypha for the Dutch authorized States Translation (Statenvertaling). His Opera Omnia which was posthumously published with the help of his son Johannes, is divided into two volumes. The first contains his life and gives a systematic treatment of theology in general and includes twenty-nine individual treatises, the second volume consists of polemics, letters and miscellaneous works.)