While Richard Baxter (1615-91) has been called the ‘chief of English Protestant schoolmen’, few studies of his theology exist, and none of his major systematic work the Methodus Theologiae (1681). Through examining the scriptural and metaphysical foundations of his exemplaristic logic, and engaging extensively with his medieval and early modern sources, this study presents Baxter’s understanding of method as the unfolding of the believer’s relation with the Triune God through salvation history, revealing his profound debt to Scotist and Nominalist thought. In tracing the manifold ramifications of this method it offers a fresh reading of Baxter’s soteriology, countering the charges of moralism and rationalism often levelled at him, and placing his thought within a scholastic paradigm of ‘faith seeking understanding’.
The Hallowing of Logic
Karim Schelkens, John A. Dick and Jürgen Mettepenningen, with an afterword by David G. Schultenover
Fifty years after Vatican II, the time has arrived to relocate this council against a broad horizon. Therefore, this volume offers a survey of the evolution of Catholicism, from ca. 1830 to the present-day, tying together the renewals proposed by the first and the Second Vatican Councils..
Analysing Balthasar Münter's texts from 1772-1793, this book sheds light upon how a theological authorship may change according to different political conditions. The book is a contribution to the understanding of theological development in protestant countries in late eighteenth century.
Theological hermeneutics receives a new impulse in this book through critical investigation of F.M. Dostoevsky's personal faith in its correlation both to his literary oeuvre and to its reception by the two main representatives of dialectical theology, K. Barth and E. Thurneysen.
Edited by Bruno Boute and Thomas Småberg
A collection of case-studies on Ritual and Performance spanning four continents, this book offers an insightful travel guide through a thick forest of approaches and methods in a field that has increasingly weighed on the research agenda in the Humanities and the Social Sciences.
Studying the presence of grace in Augustine's sermones ad populum preached during the period of the Pelagian controversy, this book eplores the anthropological-ethical perspective of his doctrine of grace and indicates the continuity in his reflections on grace and human freedom.
Edited by Karla Pollmann and Meredith Gill
This interdisciplinary collection of essays investigates the processes by which Augustine of Hippo's writings were re-invented in other media, including the visual arts, drama and music. Thereby it highlights the crucial role of Augustine's readers in constructing his universal stature.
Tjitze Kuipers, with a foreword by George Harinck
The Kuyper bibliography is the first overview of his publications, from his first one to the 2010 editions. After some introducing paragraphs the bibliography presents items in chronological order. Each item contains bibliographical data and information on contents and context.
G. Alexander Kish
This study of the origins of the Baptist movement among the Hungarians examines the two attempts to establish a sustained Baptist mission in the Kingdom of Hungary during the nineteenth century: the first unsuccessful attempt begun in 1846 and the second attempt begun in 1873, which resulted in ...
Based on a small corpus of enigmatic satirical prints, so far ignored by art historians and historians of religion, this book traces covert debates on the shortcomings of early modern religious culture, and directions for reform, in the Dutch Republic.
This study researches the development of the self-understanding of the Old Catholic Churches of the Union of Utrecht and the Iglesia Filipina Independiente during the 20th century, with special attention for their ecclesiologies of the local and national church.
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