A school of thought, the immediate historical predecessor of Jansenism, that claimed thorough Augustinianism over the scholasticism which held sway over most Catholic theologians at the time.

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  • Baianism — is a term applied to the theology of Catholic theologian Michael Baius (1513 1589).[citation needed] It claims thorough Augustinianism over the scholasticism which held sway over most Catholic theologians at the time.[citation needed] It is the… …   Wikipedia

  • Baianism — a school of thought credited to the Roman Catholic theologian Michael Baius (1513–1589). It is related to Augustinianism, and is considered to be the immediate historical predecessor of Jansenism …   Mini philosophy glossary

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  • Baius —     Michel Baius     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Michel Baius     (Or MICHEL DE BAY     Theologian and author of a system known as Baianism, was b. at Melun in Hainaut, 1513, and d. at Louvain 16 September, 1589. Though poor, he succeeded in… …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Jansenism — Jansenism: Cornelius Jansen (1585–1638), professor at the Old University of Louvain. Jansenism was a Christian theological movement, primarily in France, that emphasized original sin, human depravity, the necessity of di …   Wikipedia

  • Michael Baius — Michel de Bay Michael Baius (1513 – September 16, 1589) was a Belgian theologian.[1] He came up with the school of thought Baianism. He was born at Meslin L Eveque near Ath in Hainaut as Michel De Bay. Educated at the Catholic …   Wikipedia

  • Jean Hessels — [Johannes, Joannes, Jan, John Hessels or Hessel, Hesselius or Hasselius.] (born 1522; died 1566) was a Belgian theologian at the University of Louvain. He was a defender of Baianism [Steven Vanden Broecke, The Limits of Influence: Pico, Louvain,… …   Wikipedia

  • History of Catholic dogmatic theology — The history of Catholic dogmatic theology divides into three main periods: * the patristic; * the medieval; * the modernPatristic period (about A.D. 100 800)The Fathers of the Church are honoured by the Church as her principal theologians.… …   Wikipedia

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