The Old Protestantism and the New

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Bibliographic Details
Main Author: Gerrish, Brian.
Format: Electronic
Published: London : Bloomsbury Publishing PLC, 2004.
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Table of Contents:
  • Cover; Contents; Preface; Introduction; Part One: Martin Luther; One: Piety, Theology, and the Lutheran Dogma: Erasmus's Book on Free Will; Two: The Pathfinder: Calvin's Image of Martin Luther; Part Two: Reformation Principles; Three: The Word of God and the Words of Scripture: Luther and Calvin on Biblical Authority; Four: By Faith Alone: Medium and Message in Luther's Gospel; Five: Priesthood and Ministry: Luther's Fifth Means of Grace; Six: Gospel and Eucharist: John Calvin on the Lord's Supper; Seven: Sign and Reality: The Lord's Supper in the Reformed Confessions
  • Eight: ""To the Unknown God"": Luther and Calvin on the Hiddenness of GodNine: The Mirror of God's Goodness: A Key Metaphor in Calvin's View of Man; Part Three: The Reformation Heritage; Ten: The Reformation and the Rise of Modern Science: Luther, Calvin, and Copernicus; Eleven: Schleiermacher and the Reformation: A Question of Doctrinal Development; Twelve: Theology within the Limits of Piety Alone: Schleiermacher and Calvin's Notion of God; Thirteen: The Possibility of a Historical Theology: An Appraisal of Troeltsch's Dogmatics
  • Fourteen: Jesus, Myth, and History: Troeltsch's Stand in the ""Christ-Myth"" DebateFifteen: Strasbourg Revisited: Reformed Perspectives on the Augsburg Confession; Conclusion; Abbreviations; Notes; Bibliographical Postscript; Index; A; B; C; D; E; F; G; H; I; J; K; L; M; N; O; P; Q; R; S; T; U; V; W; Y; Z