Desiderius Erasmus felt that his contemporary, Martin Luther, was right about the changes that needed to be made to the Catholic Church, but disagreed with him in his insistence that faith alone was sufficient for salvation.This choice of taking neither side in a very polarizing situation made him rather unpopular with either side.He was part of a movement that states that we are made in God's image, so we are humans for a reason. We have our own desires, goals, and free will because God wanted it that way. This is part of what is called Christian Humanism, and Godly Feast reflects this. It also stresses that we are supposed to be happy with our lives, not miserable as sinners.
thanks this helps, I may have more questions at some point ! thanks your explanation was way better than I could find...I even read the essential erasmus which did not help that much :-)
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