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Panoplia in the Jansenist Controversy—An Account by Eusèbe Renaudot

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This appendix reviews the accounts on the Panoplia Dogmatike by the Jansenist scholars Eusèbe Renaudot. Eusèbe Renaudot was interested in the Eucharistic chapter of the anthology. His references coincided with the moves by the Orthodox to publish the book. The fourth volume of La perpétuité de la foi contains one more reference to the Panoplia, this time by Renaudot. Renaudot discusses the volume of Patriarch Dositheos, published in 1672 in Paris, and the differences introduced by the patriarch in the second edition of the same book published in Bucharest (1690). He emphasizes that this is an edition sponsored by an Orthodox ruler, carried out by Greeks, and accepted without reservation in its natural milieu. Renaudot retells the account of Patriarch Dositheos in the Panoplia in connection with Berengar.

Keywords: Eusèbe Renaudot; Jansenist controversy; Panoplia Dogmatike



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