Reformation Readings of Romans (#08 in Romans Through History And Culture Series)
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About "Reformation Readings of Romans (#08 in Romans Through History And Culture Series)"
This volume of essays provides presentations^and analyses of several Reformation theologians'^interpretations of Romans as a whole or in part,^some focusing on one particular interpreter, such^as Erasmus, Luther, Calvin, Bullinger, and Bucer;^others compare and contrast two or more of the^major interpreters whether in relation to a particular^section of the letter. The commonalities and^divergence in the readings are analyzed in relation^to and as a reflection of the various social, political^and personal circumstances of the Reformers.
Meet the Authors
Dr Kathy Ehrensperger (Lic.Theol (MA) (Basel), PhD (Wales) is Senior Lecturer in New Testament Studies and Director of the Lampeter Centre for Biblical Studies, University of Wales. She studied theology at the Universities of Basel and Berne, and was a pastor for sixteen years in Switzerland. Her publications include Paul and the Dynamics of Power: Communication and Interaction in the Early Christ-Movement, That We May Be Mutually Encouraged: Feminism and the New Perspective on Paul, and Reformation Readings of Romans with R.Ward Holder.
R Ward Holder
R. Ward Holder (PhD., Boston College & Andover Newton Theological School Joint Doctoral Program) is Associate Professor in the Theology Department, Saint Anselm College, Manchester, NH. He is a specialist on Calvin and understanding and interpretation of the Bible in the 16th Century. He is the author of John Calvin and the Grounding of Biblical Interpretation: Calvins First Commentaries (Studies in the History of Christian Traditions), The Age of the Churchs Reform:The Reformation, and Reformation Readings of Romans (editor).