Gottschalk & A Medieval Predestination Controversy (Texts Translated From The Latin)

Edited & Translated by Victor Genke & Francis X. Gumerlock

Since 2003 Victor Genke and Francis X. Gumerlock have been working on a collection of translated primary sources on Gottschalk and the strife that he aroused. The book appeared in print in 2010 as the 47th volume of Marquette University Press Mediaeval Philosophical Texts in Translation series:

The contents are as follows:

INTRODUCTION

PART 1: WRITINGS OF GOTTSCHALK

           Reply to Rabanus Maurus
           Confession of Faith at Mainz
           Tome to Gislemar
           Shorter Confession
           Longer Confession
           Answers to Various Questions
           On Predestination
           On Different Ways of Speaking About Redemption
           Another Treatise on Predestination

PART 2: OTHER WRITINGS

Rabanus Maurus
           Letter to Noting
           Letter to Eberhard
           Letter to Hincmar on the Council of Mainz
Hincmar of Reims
           Sentence Against Gottschalk at Synod of Quierzy
           Letter to the Laity of his Diocese
           Letter to Amolo
           Letter to Rudolph and Frotarius
           Letter to Pope Nicholas
           Letter to Egilo          
Amolo of Lyons
           Letter to Gottschalk
           On Grace and Foreknowledge
Florus of Lyons
           Sermon on Predestination

BIBLIOGRAPHY

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