Feuardent, Francois

Feuardent, Francois a French controversialist, a member of the order of the Discalceati (q.v.), and doctor of the Paris University, was born at Coutances, December 1, 1539. In 1576 he was made doctor of theology, and died, guardian of the monastery at Bayeux, January 1, 1610. He was a severe opponent of the Protestants, and a sort of Ishmael against his own co-religionists, when they differed from him. He wrote, Theomachia Calvinistica: Divins Opuscules et Exerciaes Spirituels de S. Ephrem, mis en Francais: Censura Ecclesiae Orientalis de Praecipuis Nostri Saeculi Haereticorum Dogmatibus Hieremiae Constantinop. Patriarchae: De Sacrorum Bibliorum Autoritate, Veritate, Ulilitate, Obscuritate et Interpretandi Ratione: Biblia Sacra cum Glossa Ordinaria: — Reponses aux Doutes d'un Heretique Converti: Antidota Adversus Impias Criminationes, quibus Antiquissimos et Sapientissimos Ecclesiae Africanae Doctores Tertullianum et Cyprianun Vexant Lacerantque Lutherani et Calvini: Homiliae 25 in Librum Tobum. See Bayle, Dictionnaire Historique Critique; Winer, Handbuch der theol. Lit, 1:341; Jocher, Allgemeines Gelehrten-Lexikon, s.v.; Hoefer, Nouv. Biog. Generale, s.v. (B.P.)

 
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