centuriator

centuriator

(sɛnˈtjʊərɪˌeɪtə)
n
a historian who compiles work by centuries, esp one of the writers of the Magdeburg Centuries
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32) Theodore Beza, Calvin's successor in Geneva, calls Origen "the choice tool of the devil," and the Lutheran Magdeburg Centuriators think of John Chrysostom as "the immoderate encomiast of good works.
The De verbi Dei corruptelis was Canisius's response to the Magdeburg Centuriators.
As a "vital omnipresent force in the Reformation era," history, specifically ecclesiastical history, "had a more or less pronounced confessional slant, but this did not mean that all historical investigation froze into a rigid pattern," above all because of the significant contributions to historiography of the Centuriators and of Baronius (390-91).
Any editor who, on a single opening, can contain St Mary Magdalene with Magdalens, Centuriators of Magdeburg, Magi, Magnificat, three SS Magnus, Mahometanism (see Islam), Angelo Mai, the Maids of Kent and Orleans, Johannes Maier, a full column on Moses Maimonides, de Maistre, and Frederic William Maitland is more worthy of awe than mere admiration.
Thus we are given nice reflective pieces on Eusebius of Caesarea, Bede, the Centuriators of Magdeburg, Baronius, Harnack, and others.