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In , St. Vincent de Paul convinced Bossuet to move to Paris and give himself entirely to preaching. Bossuet quickly gained a reputation as a great preacher, and by , he was preaching regularly before the court in the Chapel Royal.
In , he preached his famous sermon "On the Duties of Kings" to Louis XIV at the Louvre. In Paris, the congregations had no mercy on purely clerical logic or clerical taste; if a preacher wished to catch their ear, he had to manage to address them in terms they would agree to consider sensible and well bred.
Having very stern ideas of the dignity of a priest, Bossuet refused to descend to the usual devices for arousing popular interest.
The narrative element in Bossuet's sermons grew shorter with each year. He never drew satirical pictures like his great rival Louis Bourdaloue.
He would not write out his discourses in full, much less learn them off by heart: of the two hundred printed in his works, all but a fraction are rough drafts.
Bossuet possessed the full equipment of the orator, voice, language, flexibility and strength. He never needed to strain for effect; his genius struck out at a single blow the thought, the feeling and the word.
What he said of Martin Luther applies peculiarly to himself: he could fling his fury into theses and thus unite the dry light of argument with the fire and heat of passion.
Bossuet was always best when at work on a large canvas; besides, here no conscientious scruples intervened to prevent him giving much time and thought to the artistic side of his subject.
The Oraison , as its name betokened, stood midway between the sermon proper and what would nowadays be called a biographical sketch.
At least that was what Bossuet made it; for on this field, he stood not merely first, but alone. One hundred and thirty-seven of Bossuet's sermons preached in the period from to are extant, and it is estimated that he preached more than a hundred more that have since been lost.
A favourite of the court, in , Bossuet was gazetted bishop of Condom in Gascony , without being obliged to reside there. On 18 September he was appointed tutor to the nine-year-old Dauphin , oldest child of Louis XIV.
The choice was scarcely fortunate. Bossuet unbent as far as he could, but his genius was by no means fitted to enter into the feelings of a child; and the dauphin was a cross, ungainly, sullen lad.
Probably no one was happier than the tutor when his charge turned sixteen and was married off to a Bavarian princess. Still, the nine years at court were by no means wasted.
Bossuet's tutorial functions involved composing all the necessary books of instruction, including not just handwriting samples, but also manuals of philosophy, history, and religion fit for a future king of France.
The three books fit into each other. The Discours is a history of God's dealings with humanity in the past. Bossuet's conclusions are only drawn from Holy Scripture because he wished to gain the highest possible sanction for the institutions of his country and to hallow the France of Louis XIV by proving its astonishing likeness to the Israel of Solomon.
Then, too, the veil of Holy Scripture enabled him to speak out more boldly than court etiquette would have otherwise allowed, to remind the son of Louis XIV that kings have duties as well as rights.
The Grand Dauphin had often forgotten these duties, but his son, the Petit Dauphin , would bear them in mind.
The tutor's imagination looked forward to a time when France would blossom into Utopia , with a Christian philosopher on the throne.
That is what made him so stalwart a champion of authority in all its forms: " le roi, Jesus-Christ et l'Eglise, Dieu en ces trois noms " "the king, Jesus Christ, and the Church, God in His three names" , he says in a characteristic letter.
The object of his books is to provide authority with a rational basis. Bossuet's worship of authority by no means killed his confidence in reason; what it did was make him doubt the honesty of those who reasoned otherwise than himself.
The whole chain of argument seemed to him so clear and simple. Philosophy proves that God exists and that He shapes and governs the course of human affairs.
History shows that this governance is, for the most part, indirect, exercised through certain venerable corporations, as well civil and ecclesiastical, all of which demand implicit obedience as the immediate representatives of God.
Thus all revolt, whether civil or religious, is a direct defiance of the Almighty. Oliver Cromwell becomes a moral monster, and the revocation of the Edict of Nantes was the greatest achievement of the second Constantine.
The France of his youth had known the misery of divided counsels and civil war; the France of his manhood, brought together under an absolute sovereign, had suddenly shot up into a splendour only comparable with ancient Rome.
Why not, then, strain every nerve to hold innovation at bay and prolong that splendour for all time? Bossuet's own Discours sur l'histoire universelle might have furnished an answer, for there the fall of many empires is detailed; but then the Discours was composed under a single preoccupation.
To Bossuet, the establishment of Christianity was the one point of real importance in the whole history of the world. He totally ignores the history of Islam and Asia ; on Greece and Rome , he only touched insofar as they formed part of the Praeparatio Evangelica.
Yet his Discours is far more than a theological pamphlet. While Pascal might refer the rise and fall of empires to Providence or chance or a little grain of sand in the English lord protectors' veins, Bossuet held fast to his principle that God works through secondary causes.
It is His will that every great change should have its roots in the ages that went before it. Bossuet, accordingly, made a heroic attempt to grapple with origins and causes, and in this way, his book deserves its place as one of the first of philosophic histories.
With the period of the Dauphin's formal education ending in , Bossuet was appointed Bishop of Meaux by the King on 2 May , which was approved by Pope Innocent XI on 17 November.
Bossuet therefore attempted to steer a middle course. In , before the general Assembly of the French Clergy , he preached a great sermon on the unity of the Church and made it a magnificent plea for compromise.
As Louis XIV insisted on his clergy making an anti-papal declaration , Bossuet got leave to draw it up and made it as moderate as he could, and when the Pope declared it null and void, he set to work on a gigantic Defensio Cleri Gallicani , only published after his death.
The Gallican storm a little abated, he turned back to a project very near his heart. Ever since the early days at Metz , he had been busy with schemes for uniting the Huguenots to the Catholic Church.
In , he converted Turenne ; in , he published an Exposition de la foi catholique "Exposition of the Catholic Faith" , so moderate in tone that adversaries were driven to accuse him of having fraudulently watered down the Catholic dogmas to suit Protestant taste.
Few writers could have made the Justification controversy interesting or even intelligible. His argument is simple enough.
Without rules, an organized society cannot hold together, and rules require an authorized interpreter. The Protestant churches had thrown over this interpreter; and Bossuet had small trouble in showing that, the longer they lived, the more they varied on increasingly important points.
For the moment, the Protestants were pulverized; but before long, they began to ask whether variation was necessarily so great an evil. Between and , Bossuet corresponded with Leibniz with a view to reunion, but negotiations broke down precisely at this point.
Leibniz thought his countrymen might accept individual Roman doctrines, but he flatly refused to guarantee that they would necessarily believe tomorrow what they believe today.
We prefer, he said, a church eternally variable and for ever moving forwards. Next, Protestant writers began to accumulate some alleged proofs of Rome's own variations; and here, they were backed up by Richard Simon , a priest of the Paris Oratory and the father of biblical criticism in France.
He accused St Augustine , Bossuet's own special master, of having corrupted the primitive doctrine of grace. Bossuet set to work on a Defense de la tradition , but Simon calmly went on to raise issues graver still.
Under a veil of politely ironic circumlocutions, such as did not deceive the Bishop of Meaux, he claimed his right to interpret the Bible like any other book.
Bossuet denounced him again and again; Simon told his friends he would wait until the old fellow was no more. Another Oratorian proved more dangerous still.
Simon had endangered miracles by applying to them lay rules of evidence, but Malebranche abrogated miracles altogether. It was blasphemous, he argued, to suppose that the Author of nature would violate the law He had Himself established.
These repeated checks soured Bossuet's temper. In his earlier controversies, he had borne himself with great magnanimity , and the Huguenot ministers he refuted had found him a kindly advocate at court.
His approval of the revocation of the Edict of Nantes stopped far short of approving dragonnades within his Diocese of Meaux, but now his patience was waning.
The controversy concerned their different reactions to the opinions of Jeanne Guyon : her ideas were similar to the Quietism of Molinos , which was condemned by Pope Innocent XI in When Mme de Maintenon began questioning the orthodoxy of Mme Guyon's opinions, an ecclesiastical commission of three members, including Bossuet, was appointed to report on the matter.
The commission issued 34 articles known as the Articles d' Issy , which condemned Mme Guyon's ideas very briefly and provided a short treatise on the orthodox, Catholic conception of prayer.
He explained his view that the goal of human life should be to have love of God as its perfect object, with neither fear of punishment nor desire for the reward of eternal life having anything to do with this pure love of God.
King Louis XIV reproached Bossuet for failing to warn him that his grandsons' tutor had such unorthodox opinions and instructed Bossuet and other bishops to respond to the Maximes des Saints.
Pope Innocent XII selected 23 specific passages for condemnation. Until he was over 70 years, Bossuet enjoyed good health, but in he developed chronic kidney stones.
He was buried at Meaux Cathedral. Bossuet is widely considered to be one of the most influential homilists of all time. He focused on ethical rather than doctrinal messages, often drawing from the lives of saints or saintly contemporaries as examples.
He preached, for example, on St. Francis de Sales as well as funeral orations on Queen Henrietta Maria of France and Henrietta Anne of England.
Bossuet's funeral orations in particular had lasting importance and were translated early into many languages, including English. His complete works were edited by Lachat in 31 vols.
Paris, — When Bossuet was chosen to be the tutor of the Dauphin, oldest child of Louis XIV, he wrote several works for the edification of his pupil, one of which was Politics Derived from the Words of Holy Scripture , a discourse on the principles of royal absolutism.
The work was published posthumously in The work consists of several books which are divided into articles and propositions which lay out the nature, characteristics, duties, and resources of royalty.
To justify his propositions, Bossuet quotes liberally from the Bible and various psalms. Throughout his essay, Bossuet emphasizes the fact that royal authority comes directly from God and that the person of the king is sacred.
In the third book, Bossuet asserts that "God establishes kings as his ministers, and reigns through them over the people.
In books six and seven, Bossuet describes the duties of the subjects to the prince and the special duties of royalty.
For Bossuet, the prince was synonymous with the state, which is why, according to him, the subjects of the prince owe the prince the same duties that they owe their country.
He also states that "only public enemies make a separation between the interest of the prince and the interest of the state. Bossuet describes three ways that this can be achieved: by maintaining a good constitution, making good use of the state's resources, and protecting the state from the dangers and difficulties that threaten it.
In books nine and ten, Bossuet outlines the various resources of royalty arms, wealth, and counsel and how they should be used.
In regards to arms, Bossuet explains that there are just and unjust grounds for war. Unjust causes include ambitious conquest, pillage, and jealousy.
As far as wealth is concerned, he then lays out the types of expenditures that a king has and the various sources of wealth for the kingdom.
He emphasizes that the true wealth of a kingdom is its men and says that it is important to improve the people's lot and that there would be no more poor.
The Catholic Encyclopedia calls Bossuet the greatest pulpit orator of all time, ranking him even ahead of Augustine and Chrysostom. The exterior of Harvard 's Sanders Theater includes busts of the eight greatest orators of all time — they include a bust of Bossuet alongside such giants of oratory as Demosthenes , Cicero , and Chrysostom.
Bossuet was one of several co-editors on the "Ad usum Delphini" book series commonly known as the Delphin Classics of the Latin classics.
Catholic Encyclopedia. New York: Robert Appleton Company. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. French bishop and theologian. His Grace.
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