Michael Servetus, Heartfelt: Proceedings of the by Juan Naya,Marian Hillar

By Juan Naya,Marian Hillar

Michael Servetus, Heartfelt is a tribute to this particular guy and his legacy as a humanist, Renaissance student, and standard-bearer of freedom of sense of right and wrong. The Servetus overseas Congress (2006) introduced jointly prestigious students with assorted backgrounds comparable to theology, philosophy, heritage, drugs, legislations, physics, and biochemistry, demonstrating the richness and breadth of pursuits of Michael Servetus. A milestone in Servetian reviews, this number of essays comprises helpful photograph and examining fabrics concerning the Servetus foreign Congress.

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