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The Reformation Theologians

Carter Lindberg

The Reformation Theologians

Carter Lindberg

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"The Reformation Theologians is a very timely return to the individuals and the ideas at the heart of the evangelical movement. It is a valuable collection, written by the leading scholars in the field, and it will prove a very useful addition to Reformation Studies - both as a resource and as a compendium for the classroom." C. Scott Dixon, The Queen's University of Belfast"This interesting volume of biographical sketches brings together a heterogeneous group of theological bed-fellows, important and not-so-important. It demonstrates superbly the powerful richness of the theological discourse in the sixteenth century. The anthology is a splendid introduction to the theological turbulence of that age." Hans Hillerbrand, Duke University"This book, as well as the rest of the volumes in this series [The Great Theologians] rely on careful scholarship in producing a book which stands apart." ATLA Reference Review"The 25 biographical sketches with excellent notes, by an international group of authors, are all well written and cover the theological spectrum." Choice

- Publisher "The Reformation Theologians" introduces the theological context, thought, and contributions of selected theologians of the sixteenth-century Reformations to students and scholars of the theology and history of Christianity. The selection intends to provide as inclusive a range of theologians as possible within the limits of a single text of reasonable length. ^An ideal introduction to the ideas and contribution of key theologians of the sixteenth-century Reformation. ^Explores a wide range of ideas and theologians within just one volume. ^The contributors to this volume are internationally established scholars in the fields of historical and systematic theology.

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About "The Reformation Theologians"

"The Reformation Theologians is a very timely return to the individuals and the ideas at the heart of the evangelical movement. It is a valuable collection, written by the leading scholars in the field, and it will prove a very useful addition to Reformation Studies - both as a resource and as a compendium for the classroom." C. Scott Dixon, The Queen's University of Belfast"This interesting volume of biographical sketches brings together a heterogeneous group of theological bed-fellows, important and not-so-important. It demonstrates superbly the powerful richness of the theological discourse in the sixteenth century. The anthology is a splendid introduction to the theological turbulence of that age." Hans Hillerbrand, Duke University"This book, as well as the rest of the volumes in this series [The Great Theologians] rely on careful scholarship in producing a book which stands apart." ATLA Reference Review"The 25 biographical sketches with excellent notes, by an international group of authors, are all well written and cover the theological spectrum." Choice
- Publisher

"The Reformation Theologians" introduces the theological context, thought, and contributions of selected theologians of the sixteenth-century Reformations to students and scholars of the theology and history of Christianity. The selection intends to provide as inclusive a range of theologians as possible within the limits of a single text of reasonable length. ^An ideal introduction to the ideas and contribution of key theologians of the sixteenth-century Reformation. ^Explores a wide range of ideas and theologians within just one volume. ^The contributors to this volume are internationally established scholars in the fields of historical and systematic theology.
- Publisher

Meet the Author

Carter Lindberg

Carter Lindberg is Professor of Church History Emeritus at Boston University School of Theology. He is the author or editor of numerous publications, including "The Reformation Theologians" (2001), "The European Reformations Sourcebook" (2000) and "The European Reformations" (1996), all published by Blackwell Publishing.

Table Of Contents

  • Introduction, Carter Lindberg. Part I Humanist Theologians: Jacques
  • Lefevre D'etaples (c 1460-1536), Guy Bedouelle, Op (university Of
  • Fribourg)
  • Desiderius Erasmus (1469-1536), J Laurel Carrington (st Olaf College,
  • Minnesota). Part Ii Lutheran Theologians: Martin Luther (1483-1546),
  • Oswald Bayer (university Of Tubingen)
  • Philip Melanchthon (1497-1560), Heinz Scheible (heidelberger Akademie Der
  • Wissenschaften)
  • Matthias Flacius (1520-1575), Oliver K Olson (marquette University)
  • Argula Von Grumbach (c 1490-c 1564), Peter Matheson (university Of
  • Melbourne)
  • Urbanus Rhegius (1489-1541), Scott Hendrix (princeton Theological
  • Seminary)
  • Johannes Brenz (1499-1570), Hermann Ehmer (university Of Tubingen)
  • Martin Chemnitz (1522-1586), Robert Kolb (concordia Seminary, St Louis).
  • Part Iii Reformed Theologians: Huldrych Zwingli (1484-1531), Gregory J
  • Miller (malone College, Ohio)
  • Heinrich Bullinger (1504-1575), Bruce Gordon (university Of St Andrews)
  • John Calvin (1509-1564), Randall C Zachman (university Of Notre Dame)
  • Peter Martyr Vermigli (1499-1562), Frank A James Iii (reformed Theological
  • Seminary, Orlando Centre For Reformation Research, Oxford)
  • Theodore Beza (1519-1605), Richard A Muller (calvin Theological Seminary,
  • Grand Rapids)
  • Katherina Schultz Zell (1498-1562), Elsie Anne Mckee (princeton
  • Theological Seminary)
  • Thomas Cranmer (1489-1556), Peter Newman Brooks (cranmer Theological
  • House, Shreveport, Usa And Robinson College, Cambridge Uk)
  • Richard Hooker (1554-1600), Daniel Eppley (mcmurry University, Texas).
  • Part Iv Roman Catholic Theologians: Thomas Se Vio Cajetan (1469-1534),
  • Jared Wicks, Sj (gregorian University, Rome)
  • Thomas More (1477/78-1535), Ralph Keen (university Of Iowa School Of
  • Religion)
  • Ignatius Of Loyola (1491?-1556), John W O'malley, Sj (weston Jesuit School
  • Of Theology)
  • Teresa Of Avila (1515-1582), Gillian Tw Ahlgren (xavier University). Part
  • V "radical" Theologians: Andreas Bodenstein Von Karlstadt (1486-1541),
  • Alejandro Zorzin (iglesia Evangelica Del Rio De La Plata, Argentina)
  • Thomas Muntzer (c 1490-1525), Gottfried Seebass (university Of Heidelberg)
  • Caspar Von Schwenkfeld (1489-1561), Andre Seguenny (university Of
  • Strasbourg)
  • Menno Simons (1496-1561), Sjouke Voolstra (mennonite Seminary, Amsterdam
  • And University Of Amsterdam)
  • Trajectories Of Reformation Theologies, Carter Lindberg (boston
  • University).

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Product Details
  • Catalogue Code 178891
  • Product Code 0631218394
  • EAN 9780631218395
  • Pages 412
  • Department Academic
  • Category Theology
  • Sub-Category General
  • Publisher Blackwell Publishing
  • Publication Date Nov 2001
  • Sales Rank #23763
  • Dimensions 244 x 170 x 21 mm
  • Weight 0.001kg

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