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De jure magistratum (On the Rights of Magistrates) – Beza

Theodore Beza wrote De jure magistratum (On the Rights of Magistrates) in 1574. It provides a helpful, somewhat concise summary of reformed thought on civil government at the time. The Origin of Magistrates People desire to be ruled, so they elect someone to rule over them. To give a clearer answer to this question I […]

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