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  • Author:
    Donald K. McKim
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    0521816475
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    978-0521816472
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    Cambridge University Press (August 2, 2004)
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    372 pages
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Series: Cambridge Companions to Religion. Dr Donald K. McKim gathers together an international array of major Calvin scholars to consider phases of Calvin's theological thought and influence.

Series: Cambridge Companions to Religion. Collection: The Cambridge Companions to Philosophy and Religion. Recommend to librarian. John Calvin (1509–64) stands with Martin Luther (1483–1546) as the premier theologian of the sixteenth-century Protestant Reformation. Calvin's thought spread throughout Europe to the New World and later throughout the whole world.

the Francophone world. The Cambridge Companion to John Calvin is a welcome addition both to the Cambridge Companion series itself and to Calvin studies in general. Sixteenth Century Journal Paul . Lim, Gorden-Conwell Theological Seminary. The Cambridge Companion prompted me to go back and re-read sections of Calvin's "Institutes" armed with new insights garnered from this excellent compendium. Begin reading this book and slowly you come to understand that this international array of major Calvin scholars knows more about Calvin's theological thought and influence than you do.

Donald K. McKim has served as Academic Dean and Professor of Theology at Memphis Theological Seminary, and Professor of Theology at the University of Dubuque Theological Seminary, in addition to being a pastor in Presbyterian Church (USA) churches.

Donald K. McKim (born February 25, 1950) is an American Presbyterian . McKim, Donald K. (2004). The Cambridge Companion to John Calvin. Cambridge Companions to Religion.

McKim studied at Westminster College, Pittsburgh Theological Seminary, and the University of Pittsburgh. McKim is known for his 1979 book The Authority and Interpretation of the Bible: An Historical Approach. Co-authored with Jack B. Rogers, it was Eternity magazine's "Book of the Year" in 1980. Cambridge University Press.

The Cambridge Companion to Martin Luther (Cambridge Companions to Religion). 052101672X (ISBN13: 9780521016728). McKim studied at Westminster College, Pittsburgh Theological Seminary, and the University of Pittsburgh. He has taught at Memphis Theological Seminary and the University of Dubuque Theological Seminary.

The Cambridge Companion to John Calvin (Cambridge Companions to Religion).

The Cambridge Companion will be a useful tool for students interested in Calvin, the Reformation and Reformed . welcome addition to the growing number of titles in the Cambridge Companions to Religion series

The Cambridge Companion will be a useful tool for students interested in Calvin, the Reformation and Reformed theology. valuable addition to all undergraduate libraries and will prove helpful to those who are seeking a brief summary of Calvin's life and work as well as his influence on future generations. welcome addition to the growing number of titles in the Cambridge Companions to Religion series. readable enough for the undergraduate student and yet informative enough for the graduate or postgraduat. worthwhile addition to any student's or pastor's theological library. Calvin Theological Journal.

An international array of major Calvin scholars considers aspects of Calvin's theological thought and influence. Historians as well as theologians present the major themes in his writings in addition to discussing the ways in which his thought spread and has increasing importance today. org to approved e-mail addresses. You may be interested in.

In die Skriflig 39(1) 2005:195-205 195 Resensie McKim, Donald . ed. 2004. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Die boek vorm deel van die bekende reeks "Cambridge companions to religion: A series of companions to major topics and key figures in theology and religious studies" en is van dieselfde hoogstaande standaard as die res van die reeks wat alreeds verskyn het. Al die medewerkers. In die Skriflig 39(1) 2005:195-205 195 Resensie McKim, Donald . 352 p. Price: Unknown.

An international array of major Calvin scholars considers aspects of Calvin's theological thought and influence. Historians as well as theologians present the major themes in his writings in addition to discussing the ways in which his thought spread and has increasing importance today.

JoldGold
A well-written, very accessible survey of Calvin's life, thought and theology, this book is a must for individuals interested in cutting through the myths and the misinformation and getting to know this complex and brilliant Reformation prophet, priest, pastor and theologian. The Cambridge Companion prompted me to go back and re-read sections of Calvin's "Institutes" armed with new insights garnered from this excellent compendium. I highly recommend "The Cambridge Companion to John Calvin" and I know that I will go back to it again and again for study, preaching and just plain enjoyment.
Olelifan
Begin reading this book and slowly you come to understand that this international array of major Calvin scholars knows more about Calvin's theological thought and influence than you do.

Part 1 covers Calvin's life and context.
Part 2 covers Calvin's work.
Part 3 covers life after Calvin.
Part 4 covers Calvin today.

Immediately it becomes clear that Calvin was and continues to be a major source of the way the Western world views God and humanity. Allow yourself to enjoy this book and the knowledge and perspective it brings to your theological understanding.