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Appendix One—Pajon’s Works to 1668

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This appendix presents a list of Pajon's works from the year 1660 to 1668. The polemics involving Pajon were without a doubt the most serious internal disturbances that took place within the French Protestant camp during the mid to late seventeenth century. Within a time span of less than fifteen years, two separate controversies broke out over his views on the work of the Holy Spirit in conversion, and shook the fragile Huguenot world in the twilight of the age of the Edict of Nantes.

Keywords: French Protestant camp; Holy Spirit; Pajon



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