John Calvin's sermons on Ezekiel, studied in the context of the history of patristic, medieval and 16th century exegesis, offer a unique literal historical exposition. The hermeneutics of prophetic visionary revelation, especially in Ezek. 36-48, are analysed.
Edited by Thomas A. Brady, Jr., Katherine G. Brady, Susan Karant-Nunn and James D. Tracy
Nine leading scholars in the fields of the theology of the Reformers, the Reformation itself, and the scholastic theology of the fourteenth and
fifteenth centuries offer papers as a tribute to the work of Heiko Augustinus Oberman on the philosophical and theological issues of the late
This volume reproduces hitherto neglected writings by seven late sixteenth-century Dutch Mennonite martyrs, which were originally published between 1577 and 1609, making readily available important new primary sources for scholars of the Radical Reformation.
This volume presents a variety of sources which shed light on the Anabaptist movement in Friesland and Groningen during the second half of the sixteenth century, such as sentences, edicts, reports of interrogations, and letters of officials.
The first part of the book deals with Calvin, particularly in his relation with Luther. The subject of the second part is the development and distinctive nature of the Reformation in the Northern Netherlands. In the third part the relation between the Dutch churches and those in England and...