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Ex Parte Videntium: Hermeneutics Of The Eucharist

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The title 'ex parte videntium' draws attention to something different from one of the two things Peter Martyr Vermigli 'heartily affirm[s]' in order to 'cover', as he writes in his 'Dedication to Thomas Cranmer', 'the whole matter in a few words', namely 'all the present controversy regarding the presence of Christ in the Eucharist': apart from the statement 'that this sacrament of the holy Supper is nothing without use', 'the other point is that when we make use of it we grasp Christ's body and blood by faith alone'. No doubt, 'by faith alone' is a central concern in Vermigli's argumentation. Yet 'ex parte videntium' focuses rather on the overall structure of argumentation.

Keywords: ex parte videntium; Peter Martyr Vermigli



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