Copyright date is 1610, BEAUTIFUL Binding / EXTREMELY Rare 1st Edition Publication. The Pantheon Hvgvenot discovered and ruined against the author of Papal Idolatria, Minister of Vauuert, cy deuant of Aigues mortes. Louis Richeome (1544 – 1625) was a French Jesuit, Christian humanist, resistance activist and writer. Jesuit Louis Richeome shows that the Protestant heresy is not only idolatrous and iconoclastic, but also worshiping the moon and Venus, the Devil and other pagan deities, such as Saturn.Richeome was born in Digne in 1544. He studied at the College de Clermont and in 1565 joined the Society of Jesus. In 1580 he was appointed principal of the student residence at the university of Pont-a-Mousson. e was instrumental in the Jesuit residence in Bordeaux being allowed to reopen its college in 1603. Richeome was very popular in his time as a polemicist and writer, was nicknamed the French Cicero, he never ceased to defend the Jesuits against attacks from all sides, and lay siege to Henry IV and to place themselves under his protection in all his books. After the St. Bartholomew’s Day massacre, he became a stable educator on the wrongs and heresies of the evil protestants and was one of the major contenders that fused the civil wars from the reformation. It is now considered one of the forerunners of devout humanism, played by François de Sales. The Huguenots are an ethno-religious group who were members of the Protestant Reformed Church of France during the 16th and 17th centuries and during the mass exodus for those who fled out of France or stayed in the acute;vennes. Title: Le Pantheon hvgvenot : acute;couuert et ruin©, contre aucteur de idolatrie papistique, ministre de Vauuert, cy deuant d Aiguesmortes acute av Roy tres chrestien de France et de Navarre, Henri IIIITitle: Le Pantheon hvgvenot : acute;couuert et ruin©, contre aucteur de idolatrie papistique, ministre de Vauuert, cy deuant d Aiguesmortes acute av Roy tres chrestien de France et de Navarre, Henri IIII. A Must Have if You Collect Books about Religious History and Christianity. These books are extremely scarce and will soon be lost from the journals of time! A Lyon : Chez Pierre Rigaud, 1610. Language: French
Binding: tight and secure leather binding
Pages: complete with 399 pages; plus indexes, prefaces, and such; lacks leaf of Â‘TableÂ’
Publisher: A Lyon : Chez Pierre Rigaud, 1610.