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Celebrating the Reformation: Its Legacy and Continuing Relevance

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The Reformation is not a dead movement but a living legacy that still inspires ardent disciples of Christ. The seventeen contributors to this collection of essays cover the chief Reformers, key doctrines, and retrospective views of the movement, always with...


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The Reformation is not a dead movement but a living legacy that still inspires ardent disciples of Christ. The seventeen contributors to this collection of essays cover the chief Reformers, key doctrines, and retrospective views of the movement, always with an eye to current relevance.

Too often, the Reformers and their doctrines have been caricatured, misrepresented or misappropriated in the service of agendas they would never have recognized, let alone endorsed. Happily, there has been a great deal of fine scholarship in recent years that has exploded some of these myths, but it has not always been accessible to non-specialists. The intention of Celebrating the Reformation is that Christians today will find new cause to rejoice in what God did in the sixteenth century through weak and fallible men and women. These people sought, in their own context, to submit themselves to the word of God and lead his people in a godly and faithful response to the gospel of grace.Three sections deal with the chief Reformers, key doctrines and the Reformation in retrospect. Each contribution seeks to connect its subject to the present, making clear its relevance for today. The Reformation is not a dead movement but a living legacy that can still capture the imagination and encourage men and women in their own Christian discipleship.The contributors are Andrew Bain, Colin R. Bale, Rhys S. Bezzant, Gerald Bray, Martin Foord, David A. Hohne, Chase Kuhn, Andrew Leslie, Edward Loane, John McClean, Joe Mock, Michael J. Ovey, Tim Patrick, Mark D. Thompson, Stephen Tong, Jane Tooher and Dean Zweck.
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PRODUCT DETAIL
  • Catalogue Code 178365
  • Product Code 9781783595099
  • ISBN 1783595094
  • EAN 9781783595099
  • Pages 432
  • Department Academic
  • Category History
  • Sub-Category General
  • Publisher Apollos
  • Publication Date Sep 2017
  • Sales Rank 90460
  • Dimensions 234 x 156mm

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