Gans Israël : Voetiaanse en Coccejaanse visies op de joden gedurende de zeventiende en achttiende eeuw

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Gans Israël : Voetiaanse en Coccejaanse visies op de joden gedurende de zeventiende en achttiende eeuw

Type: Doctoral Thesis
Title: Gans Israël : Voetiaanse en Coccejaanse visies op de joden gedurende de zeventiende en achttiende eeuw
Author: Campen, Mathijs van
Publisher: Faculty of Theology, Leiden University
Issue Date: 2006-09-20
Keywords: Chiliasm
Cocceianisme
Contacts with Jews
Further Reformation
Jewish-Christian relations in the Dutch Republic
(National) conversion of Israel
Return to Palestine
Romans 11:25-27
Theologia prophetica
Voetianism
Abstract: This study focuses on seventeenth- and eighteenth-century Dutch Protestant theologians, in particular the followers of Gisbertus Voetius (1589-1676) and Johannes Coccejus (1603-1669), and their views on the Jews. A comparative study of Voetian and Cocceian views on Israel not only covers an essential aspect of the history of Jewish-Christian relations in the Dutch Republic, but also contributes to the understanding of the relationship between Voetianism and Cocceianism in general. This dissertation is the second part of a broader study of views on Jews among Dutch Protestants that is shortly to be published under the collective title Gans Israël [All Israel]. In the first part of this trilogy, the focus will be on the political, social, and cultural background, and on theological-historical developments since the Reformation. Attention will also be paid to views on Israel inside and outside the Reformed Church. In the third part, nineteenth-century Christian perspectives on Jews in the Netherlands will be discussed.
Description: Promotor: E.G.E. van der Wall
With summary in English
Faculty: Faculty of Theology
Citation: van Campen, M., 2006, Doctoral thesis, Leiden University
Sponsor: Het Leids Universiteits Fonds (LUF) de Gereformeerde Bond in de Protestantse Kerk in Nederland de Stichting ‘Aanpakken’ de Stichting ‘Fonds, Legaat “Ad Pias Causas” gemaakt door Pieter Boelen’ de Stichting Zonneweelde
Handle: http://hdl.handle.net/1887/11006
 

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