The Reformation Theologians: An Introduction to Theology in the Early Modern Period

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Wiley, Dec 21, 2001 - Religion - 412 pages
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The Reformation Theologians introduces the theological context, thought, and contributions of selected theologians of the sixteenth-century Reformations to students and scholars of the theology and history of Christianity. The selection intends to provide as inclusive a range of theologians as possible within the limits of a single text of reasonable length.

  • An ideal introduction to the ideas and contribution of key theologians of the sixteenth-century Reformation.
  • Explores a wide range of ideas and theologians within just one volume.
  • The contributors to this volume are internationally established scholars in the fields of historical and systematic theology.

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About the author (2001)

Carter Lindberg is Professor of Church History in the School of Theology at Boston University. His recent publications include The European Reformations (1995) and accompanying European Reformations Sourcebook (1999), both for Blackwell.

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