In converting to Catholicism, both De Warens and Rousseau were likely reacting to Calvinism's insistence on the total depravity of man. Leo Damrosch writes: "An eighteenth-century Genevan liturgy still required believers to declare 'that we are miserable sinners, born in corruption, inclined to evil, incapable by ourselves of doing good'".  De Warens, a deist by inclination, was attracted to Catholicism's doctrine of forgiveness of sins.
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The article's first translator into English, W. Ashton Ellis, gave it the title 'Judaism in Music'. This translation has seemed unsatisfactory to some scholars. For example, Barry Millington refers to it as 'Jewishness in Music';  Conway argues for 'Jewry in Music'.