The old Protestantism and the new : essays on the Reformation heritage /
B.A. Gerrish.
Edinburgh : T. & T. Clark, 1982.
x, 422 p. ; 24 cm.
0567093409 :
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Edinburgh : T. & T. Clark, 1982.
0567093409 :
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Includes index.
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Table of Contents
Introductionp. 1
Martin Luther
Piety, Theology, and the Lutheran Dogma: Erasmus's Book on Free Willp. 11
The Pathfinder: Calvin's Image of Martin Lutherp. 27
Reformation Principles
The Word of God and the Words of Scripture: Luther and Calvin on Biblical Authorityp. 51
By Faith Alone: Medium and Message in Luther's Gospelp. 69
Priesthood and Ministry: Luther's Fifth Means of Gracep. 90
Gospel and Eucharist: John Calvin on the Lord's Supperp. 106
Sign and Reality: The Lord's Supper in the Reformed Confessionsp. 118
"To the Unknown God": Luther and Calvin on the Hiddenness of Godp. 131
The Mirror of God's Goodness: A Key Metaphor in Calvin's View of Manp. 150
The Reformation Heritage
The Reformation and the Rise of Modern Science: Luther, Calvin, and Copernicusp. 163
Schleiermacher and the Reformation: A Question of Doctrinal Developmentp. 179
Theology within the Limits of Piety Alone: Schleiermacher and Calvin's Notion of Godp. 196
The Possibility of a Historical Theology: An Appraisal of Troeltsch's Dogmaticsp. 208
Jesus, Myth, and History: Troeltsch's Stand in the "Christ-Myth" Debatep. 230
Strasbourg Revisited: Reformed Perspectives on the Augsburg Confessionp. 248
Conclusionp. 264
Abbreviationsp. 269
Notesp. 271
Bibliographical Postscriptp. 409
Indexp. 411
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