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Church and school in early modern Protestantism : studies in honor of Richard A. Muller on the maturation of a theological tradition, edited by Jordan J. Ballor, David S. Sytsma, Jason Zuidema

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Church and school in early modern Protestantism : studies in honor of Richard A. Muller on the maturation of a theological tradition
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Church and school in early modern Protestantism
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studies in honor of Richard A. Muller on the maturation of a theological tradition
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edited by Jordan J. Ballor, David S. Sytsma, Jason Zuidema
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Studies in the history of Christian traditions,
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Volume 170
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Church and school in early modern Protestantism : studies in honor of Richard A. Muller on the maturation of a theological tradition, edited by Jordan J. Ballor, David S. Sytsma, Jason Zuidema
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 765-793) and index
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Contents
  • First generation reformers (ca. 1517-1535) -- Second generation reformers (ca. 1535-1565) -- Early orthodoxy (ca. 1565-1640) -- High orthodoxy (ca. 1640-1725) -- Late orthodoxy (ca. 1725-1790)
  • Amy Nelson Burnett
  • Martin I. Klauber
  • Jonathan Edwards (1703-1758) and the nature of theology
  • Adriaan C. Neele
  • Calvinism as Reformed Protestantism: clarification of a term
  • Herman Selderhuis
  • Reconsidering the Platonism of Sir Joshua Reynolds (1723-1792) and its role in his thought on the education of artists
  • Nathan A. Jacobs
  • The Bristol Academy and the education of ministers in eighteenth-century England (1758-1791)
  • Jeongmo Yoo
  • Bibliography of the works of Richard A. Muller
  • Influences in Luther's reforms
  • compiled by Paul W. Fields and Andrew M. McGinnis
  • Fred P. Hall
  • Pastoral education in the Wittenberg way
  • Robert Kolb
  • François Lambert d'Avignon (ca. 1487-1530): early ecclesial reform and training for the ministry at Marburg
  • Theodore G. Van Raalte
  • The idea of a 'general grace of God' in some sixteenth-century Reformed theologians other than Calvin
  • J. Mark Beach
  • Calvin's reception and reformulation of the necessitarian concepts of the early Reformation on human will, providence, and predestination
  • Introduction:
  • Kiven S.K. Choy
  • The duplex gratia Dei and the organization of Calvin's Institutes: ordo docendi or ordo salutis?
  • Cornelis P. Venema
  • Calvin's hermeneutics of the imprecations of the Psalter
  • Paul Mpindi
  • The Italian convert: Marquis Galeazzo Caracciolo and the English Puritans
  • Emidio Campi
  • Confluence and influence: Peter Martyr Vermigli and Thomas Aquinas on predestination
  • Frank A. James III
  • Peter Martyr Vermigli, scholasticism, and Aquinas' justice of war doctrine
  • The dogma is not necessarily the drama
  • Mark J. Larson
  • Moral philosophy and moral theology in Vermigli
  • Sebastian Rehnman
  • Word and Spirit in the piety of Peter Martyr Vermigli as seen in his commentary on 1 Corinthians
  • Jason Zuidema
  • The man in the black hat: Theodore Beza and the reorientation of early Reformed historiography
  • Raymond A. Blacketer
  • From professors to pastors: the convoluted careers of Jean Diodati and Théodore Tronchin
  • Karin Maag
  • Swiss students and faculty at the University of Heidelberg, 1518-1622
  • Carl R. Trueman
  • Charles D. Gunnoe Jr.
  • Johannes Piscator's (1546-1625) interpretation of Calvin's Institutes
  • Heer Carlos de Campos Jr.
  • The academization of Reformation teaching in Johann Heinrich Alsted (1588-1638)
  • Byung Soo Han
  • Theology and piety in Ursinus' Summa theologiae
  • Lyle D. Bierma
  • Law and gospel in early Reformed orthodoxy: hermeneutical conservatisim in Olevianus' commentary on Romans
  • R. Scott Clark
  • Laurence Chaderton: an early Puritan vision for church and school
  • Justification by faith alone: Martin Luther among the early Anglicans
  • Joel R. Beeke
  • The Danzig Academic Gymnasium in seventeenth-century Poland
  • Dariusz M. Bryćko
  • Arminius on Facientibus quod in se est and likely medieval sources
  • J.V. Fesko
  • Bona conscientia paradisus: an Augustinian-Arminian trope
  • Keith D. Stanglin
  • A promise for parents: Dordt's perspective on covenant and election
  • W. Robert Godfrey
  • Type, anti-type, and the sensus literalis: Protestant Reformed orthodox approaches to Psalm 2
  • David C. Steinmetz
  • Todd Rester
  • The Holy Spirit and the church's mission: the perspective of the Reformed confessions
  • Yuzo Adhinarta
  • The attempt to establish a chair in practical theology at Leiden University (1618-1626)
  • Donald Sinnema
  • Theologia practica: the diverse meanings of a subject of early modern academic writing
  • Aza Goudriaan
  • Lumina, non numina: patristic authority according to Lutheran arch-theologian Johann Gerhard
  • Benjamin T.G. Mayes
  • The logic of the heart: analyzing the affections in early Reformed orthodoxy
  • Philip Melanchthon and Wittenberg's reform of the theological curriculum
  • David S. Sytsma
  • Reformed education from Geneva through the Netherlands to the East Indies
  • Yudha Thianto
  • 'A grievous sin': Gisbertus Voetius (1589-1676) and his anti-Lombard polemic
  • Willem J. van Asselt
  • Voetius on the subject and formal act of happiness: a scholastic exercise
  • Andreas J. Beck
  • Revealing the mind of God: exegetical method in the seventeenth century
  • Henry M. Knapp
  • Reason run amok? The Protestant orthodox charge of rationalism against Faustus Socinus (with special consideration of a 'smoking gun' passage from De Jesu Christo servatore)
  • Timothy J. Wengert
  • Alan W. Gomes
  • Johannes Cocceius as federal polemicist: the usefulness of the distinction between the testaments
  • Brian J. Lee
  • 'A smattering of the new philosophy': Étienne Gaussen (ca. 1638-1675) and the Cartesian question at Saumur
  • Albert Gootjes
  • Nonconformist schools, the Schism Act, and the limits of toleration in England's confessional state
  • James E. Bradley
  • Piety, theology, exegesis, and tradition: Anna Maria van Schurman's 'elaboration' of Genesis 1-3 and its relationship to the commentary tradition
  • John L. Thompson
  • John Howe (1630-1705) on divine simplicity: a debate over Spinozism
  • Academic heresy, the Reuchlin affair, and the control of theological discourse in the early sixteenth century
  • Reita Yazawa
  • Orthodoxy, scholasticism, and piety in the seventeenth-century further Reformation: Simon Oomius
  • Gregory D. Schuringa
  • Mylius on Elleboogius: a fatal misinterpretation
  • Godfried Quaedtvlieg
  • The shape of Reformed orthodoxy in the seventeenth century: the soteriological debate between George Kendall and Richard Baxter
  • Jordan J. Ballor
  • G.W. Leibniz and Protestant scholasticism in the years 1698-1704
  • Irena Backus
  • The uniqueness of Christ in post-Reformation Reformed theology: from Francis Turretin to Jean-Alphonse Turretin
Dimensions
25 cm.
Extent
xxx, 800 pages
Isbn
9789004258280
Isbn Type
(hardback : alk. paper)
Lccn
2013024282
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
System control number
(OCoLC)854848059
Label
Church and school in early modern Protestantism : studies in honor of Richard A. Muller on the maturation of a theological tradition, edited by Jordan J. Ballor, David S. Sytsma, Jason Zuidema
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 765-793) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • First generation reformers (ca. 1517-1535) -- Second generation reformers (ca. 1535-1565) -- Early orthodoxy (ca. 1565-1640) -- High orthodoxy (ca. 1640-1725) -- Late orthodoxy (ca. 1725-1790)
  • Amy Nelson Burnett
  • Martin I. Klauber
  • Jonathan Edwards (1703-1758) and the nature of theology
  • Adriaan C. Neele
  • Calvinism as Reformed Protestantism: clarification of a term
  • Herman Selderhuis
  • Reconsidering the Platonism of Sir Joshua Reynolds (1723-1792) and its role in his thought on the education of artists
  • Nathan A. Jacobs
  • The Bristol Academy and the education of ministers in eighteenth-century England (1758-1791)
  • Jeongmo Yoo
  • Bibliography of the works of Richard A. Muller
  • Influences in Luther's reforms
  • compiled by Paul W. Fields and Andrew M. McGinnis
  • Fred P. Hall
  • Pastoral education in the Wittenberg way
  • Robert Kolb
  • François Lambert d'Avignon (ca. 1487-1530): early ecclesial reform and training for the ministry at Marburg
  • Theodore G. Van Raalte
  • The idea of a 'general grace of God' in some sixteenth-century Reformed theologians other than Calvin
  • J. Mark Beach
  • Calvin's reception and reformulation of the necessitarian concepts of the early Reformation on human will, providence, and predestination
  • Introduction:
  • Kiven S.K. Choy
  • The duplex gratia Dei and the organization of Calvin's Institutes: ordo docendi or ordo salutis?
  • Cornelis P. Venema
  • Calvin's hermeneutics of the imprecations of the Psalter
  • Paul Mpindi
  • The Italian convert: Marquis Galeazzo Caracciolo and the English Puritans
  • Emidio Campi
  • Confluence and influence: Peter Martyr Vermigli and Thomas Aquinas on predestination
  • Frank A. James III
  • Peter Martyr Vermigli, scholasticism, and Aquinas' justice of war doctrine
  • The dogma is not necessarily the drama
  • Mark J. Larson
  • Moral philosophy and moral theology in Vermigli
  • Sebastian Rehnman
  • Word and Spirit in the piety of Peter Martyr Vermigli as seen in his commentary on 1 Corinthians
  • Jason Zuidema
  • The man in the black hat: Theodore Beza and the reorientation of early Reformed historiography
  • Raymond A. Blacketer
  • From professors to pastors: the convoluted careers of Jean Diodati and Théodore Tronchin
  • Karin Maag
  • Swiss students and faculty at the University of Heidelberg, 1518-1622
  • Carl R. Trueman
  • Charles D. Gunnoe Jr.
  • Johannes Piscator's (1546-1625) interpretation of Calvin's Institutes
  • Heer Carlos de Campos Jr.
  • The academization of Reformation teaching in Johann Heinrich Alsted (1588-1638)
  • Byung Soo Han
  • Theology and piety in Ursinus' Summa theologiae
  • Lyle D. Bierma
  • Law and gospel in early Reformed orthodoxy: hermeneutical conservatisim in Olevianus' commentary on Romans
  • R. Scott Clark
  • Laurence Chaderton: an early Puritan vision for church and school
  • Justification by faith alone: Martin Luther among the early Anglicans
  • Joel R. Beeke
  • The Danzig Academic Gymnasium in seventeenth-century Poland
  • Dariusz M. Bryćko
  • Arminius on Facientibus quod in se est and likely medieval sources
  • J.V. Fesko
  • Bona conscientia paradisus: an Augustinian-Arminian trope
  • Keith D. Stanglin
  • A promise for parents: Dordt's perspective on covenant and election
  • W. Robert Godfrey
  • Type, anti-type, and the sensus literalis: Protestant Reformed orthodox approaches to Psalm 2
  • David C. Steinmetz
  • Todd Rester
  • The Holy Spirit and the church's mission: the perspective of the Reformed confessions
  • Yuzo Adhinarta
  • The attempt to establish a chair in practical theology at Leiden University (1618-1626)
  • Donald Sinnema
  • Theologia practica: the diverse meanings of a subject of early modern academic writing
  • Aza Goudriaan
  • Lumina, non numina: patristic authority according to Lutheran arch-theologian Johann Gerhard
  • Benjamin T.G. Mayes
  • The logic of the heart: analyzing the affections in early Reformed orthodoxy
  • Philip Melanchthon and Wittenberg's reform of the theological curriculum
  • David S. Sytsma
  • Reformed education from Geneva through the Netherlands to the East Indies
  • Yudha Thianto
  • 'A grievous sin': Gisbertus Voetius (1589-1676) and his anti-Lombard polemic
  • Willem J. van Asselt
  • Voetius on the subject and formal act of happiness: a scholastic exercise
  • Andreas J. Beck
  • Revealing the mind of God: exegetical method in the seventeenth century
  • Henry M. Knapp
  • Reason run amok? The Protestant orthodox charge of rationalism against Faustus Socinus (with special consideration of a 'smoking gun' passage from De Jesu Christo servatore)
  • Timothy J. Wengert
  • Alan W. Gomes
  • Johannes Cocceius as federal polemicist: the usefulness of the distinction between the testaments
  • Brian J. Lee
  • 'A smattering of the new philosophy': Étienne Gaussen (ca. 1638-1675) and the Cartesian question at Saumur
  • Albert Gootjes
  • Nonconformist schools, the Schism Act, and the limits of toleration in England's confessional state
  • James E. Bradley
  • Piety, theology, exegesis, and tradition: Anna Maria van Schurman's 'elaboration' of Genesis 1-3 and its relationship to the commentary tradition
  • John L. Thompson
  • John Howe (1630-1705) on divine simplicity: a debate over Spinozism
  • Academic heresy, the Reuchlin affair, and the control of theological discourse in the early sixteenth century
  • Reita Yazawa
  • Orthodoxy, scholasticism, and piety in the seventeenth-century further Reformation: Simon Oomius
  • Gregory D. Schuringa
  • Mylius on Elleboogius: a fatal misinterpretation
  • Godfried Quaedtvlieg
  • The shape of Reformed orthodoxy in the seventeenth century: the soteriological debate between George Kendall and Richard Baxter
  • Jordan J. Ballor
  • G.W. Leibniz and Protestant scholasticism in the years 1698-1704
  • Irena Backus
  • The uniqueness of Christ in post-Reformation Reformed theology: from Francis Turretin to Jean-Alphonse Turretin
Dimensions
25 cm.
Extent
xxx, 800 pages
Isbn
9789004258280
Isbn Type
(hardback : alk. paper)
Lccn
2013024282
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
System control number
(OCoLC)854848059

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