Renoult, Jean Baptiste
Renoult, Jean Baptiste a French controversialist, was born about 1664. After passing four years in the order of the Cordeliers, he laid aside his habit, embraced PLrotestantism, and in 1695 went to London, where he openly taught Calvinism. He served the parish of Hungerford (1706), then that of the Pyramid (1710), and was finally called to Ireland. The date of his death is unknown. His works are, Le Vrai Tableau du Papisme (Lond. 1698): — Taxe de la Chancellerie Romaine (ibid. 1701): — Les Aventures de la Madonna et de Francois d'Assise (Amst. 1701): — L'Antiquite et la Pespetuite de la Religion Protestante (ibid. 1703; Geneva, 1737; Neufchatel, 1821): — Histoire des Variations de l'Eglise Gallicane (Amst. 1703). See Haag Brothers, La France Protestante. — Hoefer, Nouv. Biog. Generale, s.v.