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Title Since we are justified by faith : justification in the theologies of the Protestant reformation / edited by Michael Parsons ; foreword by Keith G. Jones
Published Milton Keynes, England : Paternoster, 2012
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Description 1 online resource (224 pages)
Series Studies in Christian History and Thought
Studies in Christian history and thought.
Contents "Everything is forgiven by grace" : justification in the Reformation--a brief introduction / Michael Parsons -- Martin Luther preaches salvation to his friends : justification by faith in the mature reformer / Cameron A. MacKenzie -- Luther and Melanchthon on jusitifcation : continuity or discontinuity? / Aaron O'Kelley -- The doctrine of justification in the writings of John Oecolampadius (1483-1531) / Jeff Fisher -- Justification as liberation in Pilgram Marpeck / Kirk R. MacGregor -- "Abba Father" : Calvin's biblical understanding of the fatherhood of God / Karin Spiecker Stetina -- Calvin's praxis of the Lord's Supper and the duplex gratia of salvation / Mary Patton Baker -- Explicit and implicit appendixes to Calvin's view of justification of faith / David W. Hall -- The suffering church in Calvin's De scandalis : an exercise in Luther's theologia crucis? / Bonnie L. Pattison -- John Calvin and Herman Bavinck on the doctrine of justification in relation to ethics / Timothy Shaun Price -- Justification by obedience : faith and works in the royal theology of Henry VIII and his apologists / André Gazal -- Justification in the English reformers / H. Chris Ross
Summary "It is often assumed that the Reformation taught justification by faith as if there was a monolithic view of the doctrine. Since we are Justified by Faith is a collection of important essays that dispel this myth, demonstrating the diverse theologies of that period. Experts in the field, including Cameron MacKenzie, Aaron O'Kelly, Jeff Fisher, Kirk MacGregor, Mary Patton Baker, Karin Spiecker Stetina, David Hall, Bonnie Pattison, Timothy Shaun Price, Andre Gazal, and Chris Ross, write on the theologies of Luther, Melanchthon, Oecolampadius, Marpeck, Calvin, and the English reformers to give a nuanced reading of the doctrine in sixteenth- century Protestant theology."--Publisher's description
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and indexes
Notes Online resource; title from PDF title page (ebrary, viewed July 29, 2014)
Subject Justification (Christian theology) -- History of doctrines.
Form Electronic book
Author Jones, Keith G., author of introduction, etc
Parsons, Michael, 1949- editor
ISBN 1780783566 (electronic bk.)
9781780783567 (electronic bk.)