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The Old Protestantism and the New

Brian Gerrish

The Old Protestantism and the New

Brian Gerrish

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A study of the fundamental religious ideas of the Reformation and their relationship to liberal Protestantism.

- Publisher The Old Protestantism and the New redresses the imbalance in historical studies of Protestantism by raising questions about the intellectual heritage of the Reformers in the modern world. Gerrish's approach is shaped by three dominant interests: Luther's relation to other Reformers, especially Calvin; the relationship between classical and liberal Protestant thought; and the patterns of religious experience behind theological formulas.

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About "The Old Protestantism and the New"

A study of the fundamental religious ideas of the Reformation and their relationship to liberal Protestantism.
- Publisher

The Old Protestantism and the New redresses the imbalance in historical studies of Protestantism by raising questions about the intellectual heritage of the Reformers in the modern world. Gerrish's approach is shaped by three dominant interests: Luther's relation to other Reformers, especially Calvin; the relationship between classical and liberal Protestant thought; and the patterns of religious experience behind theological formulas.
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Brian Gerrish

B. A. Gerrish is the John Nuveen Professor and professor of historical theology in the Divinity School at the University of Chicago. ý

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  • Catalogue Code 221212
  • Product Code 056708048X
  • EAN 9780567080486
  • Pages 434
  • Department Academic
  • Category Theology
  • Sub-Category General
  • Publisher Bloomsbury Continuum Publishing Group
  • Publication Date Sep 2004
  • Dimensions 216 x 140 x 22 mm
  • Weight 0.500kg

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