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Reformation Faith (Studies In Christian History And Thought Series)

Paperback|Apr 2014
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Experts in Reformation studies identify and elucidate areas of sixteenth century reforming activity in Martin Luther, John Calvin and other leading reformers to demonstrate the thoroughgoing nature of the Reformation agenda: doctrinal - Zwingli on the providence of God;...


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Experts in Reformation studies identify and elucidate areas of sixteenth century reforming activity in Martin Luther, John Calvin and other leading reformers to demonstrate the thoroughgoing nature of the Reformation agenda:

doctrinal -
Zwingli on the providence of God;
radical grace in Martin Luther's doctrine of the Fall;
Calvin's theology of the human body;
Calvin and the patristic doctrine of deification;
John Jewel's biblical doctrine of the royal supremacy;

exegetical -
interpretations of the Psalms quoted in Hebrews 1-2;
Luther and Calvin's understanding of Isaiah 53;

social/pastoral -
Luther and Calvin on marriage;
Calvin's circle of friends;
Calvin's letters to contemporary martyrs;
Calvin's preaching;

historical -
contributions of the Brethren of the Open Life to the Reformation;
rethinking Marburg;

and later studies -
the gospel in early Reformed orthodoxy;
Eucharistic debates in seventeenth century France.

The book furthers our understanding of this turbulent, seminal period of history.

Experts in Reformation studies identify and elucidate areas of sixteenth century reforming activity in Martin Luther, John Calvin and other leading reformers to demonstrate the thoroughgoing nature of the Reformation agenda: doctrinal - Zwingli on the providence of God; radical grace in Martin Luther's doctrine of the Fall; Calvin's theology of the human body; Calvin and the patristic doctrine of deification; John Jewel's biblical doctrine of the royal supremacy; exegetical - interpretations of the Psalms quoted in Hebrews 1-2; Luther and Calvin's understanding of Isaiah 53; social/pastoral - Luther and Calvin on marriage; Calvin's circle of friends; Calvin's letters to contemporary martyrs; Calvin's preaching; historical - contributions of the Brethren of the Open Life to the Reformation; rethinking Marburg; and later studies - the gospel in early Reformed orthodoxy; Eucharistic debates in seventeenth century France. The book furthers our understanding of this turbulent, seminal period of history.
-Publisher

PRODUCT DETAIL
  • Catalogue Code 385627
  • Product Code 9781842278383
  • ISBN 184227838X
  • EAN 9781842278383
  • Pages 300
  • Department Academic
  • Category Theology
  • Sub-Category General
  • Publisher Paternoster
  • Publication Date Apr 2014
  • Sales Rank 90636
  • Dimensions 229 x 152 x 14mm
  • Weight 0.363kg

Michael Parsons

Michael Parsons is Head of the Department of Christian Thought at the Baptist Theological College, Perth.

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