Consensus Helveticus

of the Consensus Helveticus is 1674 a written condemnation of the Prädestinationslehre of Moyse Amyraut.

The 25 articles of the text decrease/go back to the inhabitant of zurich professor Johann Heinrich Heidegger and its Geneva colleagues François Turrettini (1623-1687). The document was explained to 1675 and 1676 in reformed Switzerland for generally obligatory, encountered however in the cure principality Brandenburg and in England contradiction and turned out at the beginning 18. Century into oblivion.

The resistance against the introduction of the Consensus Helveticus in the Waadt led 1723 indirectly to the unsuccessful revolt of major Davel against Bernese the rule.

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