Edited by Richard Muller, author of the magisterial Post-Reformation Reformed Dogmatics, the Texts and Studies in Reformation and Post-Reformation Thought series engages original texts in Reformed history with care and precision, bringing to light neglected texts that deliver crucial insights into Reformed thought.
The high level of scholarship and use of rare original sources make this collection a valuable addition to the library of any student of the Reformation.
Examine key figures of the Reformation and Post-Reformation such as John Calvin, John Owen, and Philip Melancthon. Each volume tackles a separate topic in Reformation studies. Here are some highlights:
Explore the heart of Calvin’s theology
In Calvin’s Theology of the Psalms, Herman Selderhuis’ shows how Calvin’s treatment of the Psalms reveals the very heart of the great Reformer’s theology. Selderhuis’ deft analysis even draws out details about Calvin’s faith and life through his comments on the Psalter.
Learn about a neglected Reformer
In Heinrich Bullinger and the Doctrine of Predestination, Cornelis Venema argues that Bullinger belongs squarely in the great Reformed tradition—despite being overshadowed by Calvin, Luther, and Zwingli.
Discover Luther’s concept of the two kingdoms
Examine the relationship between the sacred, the secular, and the role of the church and the Christian with Martin Luther’s Understanding of God’s Two Kingdoms. This volume explores how Luther’s two-kingdoms theory sustained his understanding of God’s lordship over all creation.
Delve into the Reformers’ thought on predestination and freedom
The Reformed understanding of God’s sovereignty and human freedom is probably the most controversial aspect of Reformed thought. Reformed Thought on Freedom demonstrates the nuanced arguments the early-modern Reformed tradition developed.
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