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    the R■eformation in Geneva. That history ought ●to interest the Protestants of ev■ery country, the little city having afterw■ards played so considerable a● part in the propagation of evang●elical truth and in the struggles of Protestanti■sm with Popery. For the purpose● of his narrative, the author has continued to ●consult the most authentic sources: ori■ginal documen

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    ts, letters written by the● persons of whom this history■ speaks or by their contemporaries, and the ●chronicles, annals, and books publish■ed at that epoch. He has made use of such co■llections of documents as hav●e been printed; frequently he has ●had recourse to MSS. of the pe●riod which have not yet been publishe■d. We live in a literary age when criticism ■sways t

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he sceptre. Criticism is good and necess■ary: it purifies history and clears the ■paths to the p

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alace of truth. But■ if dogmatic epochs have their ■excesses, critical {vi} epo●chs have the

ing that of the blind partisan■s of popery, is that

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irs also. It was said a long wh■ile ago that 'those who run too has●tily after truth shoot beyon

the cause of Re●form is won, and that there is no?/a>

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d it.' The m■en who desire to renovate history are lik●e those who desire to renovate cities. Th

?need to defend it. Strange t■o say this is not en

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e la■tter begin by pulling down a few ug●ly houses which disfigure the n■eighborhood and impede the traffic; but at last● they lay their hands on sol■id and useful edifices, buildi■ngs whose destruction is regretted by ev●ery one. Wise men will, in critical ages, ta■ke moderation and equity for their rule. T■hese have often been wanting i■n recent days. There is a cri■ticism called by the Germans hyper■criticism, which not only denies wha■t is false

, but even what is true. The Hol●y Scriptures have been the special object of ■its attack. It has denied the a■uthenticity of the writings ●of St.

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John, St. Paul, Isaiah and othe■r sacred writers, and the tru●th of many of the facts whic■h they record. If the sacred books have not bee■n spared by this criticism, writings ●purely human, the facts of histor

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orth are unknown in ■England. It will be sufficient to ind●icate the principal points which have been deni●ed with too much precipitancy, and the■ {vii} correctness of which the a●uthor has proved by the soundest demonstration

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.■ The first fact relates to Le Fèvre of E●taples. The author stated in his H■istory that that theologian, the writer of a ■remarkable translation of th■e Holy Scriptures into French, had taugh●

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t the great doctrine of the Reformation—justi●fication by faith through grace—as ●early as 1512, that is to say, four or five ye■ars before Luther. This having been disput●ed, the author proved it

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by the exi●stence of Le Fèvre's Commentary on th●e Epistles of St. Paul publishe■d in 1512, in which that doctri●ne is distinctly taught, and w●hich is preserved in the Bibliothèque Impérial●e

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at Paris. He added other pr■oofs derived from the writings of Far●el and Beza, as also from the learned critic R■ichard Simon, Bayle, &c. Th●e second fact concerns William Farel. The auth●or said

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in his History that this Reformer, the ■most zealous evangelist of that period, had i●mbibed the evangelical doctrines at Paris from t■he lessons of his master, Le Fèvre of E■taples, and that he was converted b

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etween■ 1512 and 1514—before the begi●nning of the Reformation properly ■so called. That point having been denied, the■ author proved it by the positive● declarations of Le Fèvre and Farel. ●The latter says p

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ointedly: 'This ■took place in the time of Lou●is the Twelfth.' Now Louis XII. died in 151■5. The third fact relates to ■Thomas ab Hofen, the friend of Zwi●ngle, and deputy from Berne to Ge■neva

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in 1527. The author wrote i■n his History that this layman was, properly● speaking, the first who labored to spread● the Gospel in Geneva. As that statem■ent had been impugned, the author ●proved i

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t by the German and ●Latin letters of Zwingle and of ●Ab Hofen himself. {viii} The fourth■ fact concerns Robert Olivetan, C■alvin's cousin, and author of the first trans●lation of the Bible into

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French. It● has been doubted whether he was tutor in the fa■mily of a Genevese councillor in 1532, ●and whether he 'evangelized' at that time in Gen■eva. The author proved his statement by the● po

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sitive testimony of the re■former Froment, in his Actes et Gestes● de Genève, and by extracts from ●the official records of the Genevese Co■uncil. He has demonstrated that Olivetan p■receded in Geneva as a preacher of the Gospel, n●ot only Calvin but Farel and Froment■. Lastly, the fifth fact relates● to Calvin. A Genevese writer denied■ a few years back that Calvin, when returning ■from Italy, passed through Aosta, where there e●xists, however, a monument erected■ to commemorate his flight. The author hopes h■e has proved that the universal opini●on, which makes the Reformer pass

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thro■ugh that city, is well founded, an●d that the contrary opinion ha●s no weight. This last point is discu■ssed in the Preface to the French edition of● this volume: the four others are e●xamined at length in an article ent■itled Critique d'une Critique, ●published in the Revue Chrétienne of Paris.■ There are individuals who, when they meet wit■h facts in a history that have

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not been pre■viously discussed in an archæ■ological dissertation, or with■ circumstances that had hith■erto been unknown, immediately imagine that■ such facts have no foundation.■ This is a curious aberration. If an historian ●writes—not according to second-hand authori●ties, but after original mat■erials—it is quite natural that he should co●me upon things that have not be■en noticed before. This has ha■ppened to the author of the History of the■ {ix} Reformation. True history, no doubt, po■ssesses coloring and life; but● it describes such events only as■ are founded o

rs which,

istinguish●ed merit have protested against such an error. ■A great critic, M. Sainte Beuve, says: 'The●re is one kind of history founded on documen●tary evidence, state papers, diplomatic transact■ions, and the correspondence

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