Hoffman, Christopher A. Books

Christopher A. Hoffman is Professor of Classics at the University of Maryland.

Regarding the Mystery of the Trinity and the Teaching of the Ancients to Philip Melanchthon and His Colleagues, 1553 by Michael Servetus
2015 1-4955-0336-4
This book is Servetus exposition and analysis of the early Church Fathers, theology of the Trinity and is considered to be the best of his total corpus. It represents the fifth and final volume of his treatise translated into English.


Restoration of Christianity
2007 0-7734-5520-5
Michael Servetus (1511-1553) was a unique and central figure in European history who originated or anticipated many later new developments and trends produced by the Enlightenment and modern times. When he was burned alive in Geneva on October 27, 1553, all unbound copies of his major work, Christianismi restitutio, went up in smoke with him. Today, only three surviving copies of the original publication are known. Except for a fragment of a few pages concerning the famous discovery of pulmonary circulation, the book was never translated into English. This edition is the first translation into English, and this book contains the first part of the original text, namely, the treatise concerning the divine Trinity corresponding to the treatise On the Errors of the Trinity (published in 1531) and Two Dialogues on the Trinity (published in 1532).

Treatise Concerning the Supernatural Regeneration and the Kingdom of the Antichrist by Michael Servetus
2008 0-7734-5047-5
In this newly translated work, Servetus examines the efficiency of good works for salvation and the excellence of love.

Treatise on Faith and Justice of Christ’s Kingdom by Michael Servetus
2008 0-7734-5067-7
The pivotal role of Michael Servetus (1511-1553), the pioneer and development of trends produced by the Enlightenment, and consequent martyr, is illuminated in this premier English translation of his writings.