Aspects of reforming : theology and practice in sixteenth century Europe / edited by Michael Parsons ; foreword by David W. Hall.
Milton Keynes, England :
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Table of Contents:
- Luther, the priesthood of believers, and the theological interpretation of scripture / Anizor
- No alternatives to Jesus: Martin Luther's definition of idolatry as evident in his house postils / MacKenzie
- Some implications of Martin Luther's solus Christus in his theological validation of the Jews / Schwarz
- Luther as a practical theologian: his input into the 1526 visitation / Muhlhan
- Luther's insights into grief: his pastoral letters / Parsons
- John Calvin on revelation and the use of feminine imagery for God / Stetina
- Calvin's final verdict on the Augsburg Confession / Lillback
- Calvin's School for Christ for preachers / Adam
- 'A new embassy': John Calvin's gospel / Foord
- The Christoscopic interpretation of John Oecolampadius on the child named in Isaiah 7-11 / Fisher
- Theological interpretation in the reformers: a case study of the 'Son of Man' texts in Matthew / Lee
- Socinus and the Racovian Catechism on justification / Fesko
- 'Let us not.call God to account' : John Calvin's reading of some difficult deaths / Parsons
- The Trinitarian shape of Calvin's theology and exegesis of scripture / Haas
- Reformed worldviews and the exegesis of the Apocalypse / Petersen.