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Heilbrunner, Jacob
Flagellatio Jesuitica 1607 - Heilbrunner: Over Geisler Flagellants
Lauingen, Winter, 1607. Item details Flagellatio Jesuitica. Jesuit teaching of the above-mentioned voluntary Creutz of the Disciplinen or hostage, also of the same fruit and merit: Sampling them, as well as all pretended help and defenses, of detailed reasoning. Heilbrunner, Jacob: Lauingen, Winter, 1607. 20 x 15.5 cm. 18 sheets, 234 pages, title page printed in red and black. New cardboard tape in the style of the time. Language: German Order number: 136184 Remarks: * Jöcher 2, 1447; Bliard 37, 256; Hayn / G. II, 294f .: "Rare!". First edition. Dispute of the Lutheran and opponent of the Pope and Jesuit Heilbrunner. - The Geißler movement originated in Italy in 1260 and quickly spread to Germany. It then appeared in several waves, mostly ritualized and paired with apocalyptic ideas, until it was banned by the church in 1349 and subsequently lived more underground. The first major confrontation with the Protestants took place on the occasion of a Geißler procession in Augsburg in 1605. The Geißlerzug took place with Allen stages of suffering in picture and representation and turned into a political manifesto, alongside a war campaign against the Lutherans, which with the might of his pictures also aimed at the conversion to the Catholic faith. Above all, the Augsburg pastor Melchior Voltz and Heilbrunner with the present work took the lead in the polemical dispute on the part of the Protestants. - Heilbrunner 1548-1616 was a theologian from Ebertingen in Württemberg, most recently prelate in Bebenhausen. He was approx 30 years court preacher to Palatinate-Neuburg. - Clean a … [Click Below for Full Description]
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