Calvin Today Paperback

Reformed Theology and the Future of the Church

by Welker, Michael;


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Calvin Today

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This inspiring collection of essays spells out the relevance of John Calvin's theology for today in three areas: Faith ? Calvin's theology asks how God deals with the persistent presence of human sin. For Calvin, the chief end of life is to know God and devote our life to his glory. The still topical point is that we are freed from our fixation with ourselves, thereby recognising and living out our true reality in relation to God. Ecumenism ? The unity of the Church in Christ is of central importance to Calvin. We must do our utmost to make it visible. In Calvin's view, if there is agreement in the understanding of God and grace, all other differences have no divisive importance. This still characterises Reformed understanding today. Public responsibility ? Calvin posed the question about the church's public responsibility as no other Reformer did. Part 3 reveals the sources of the worldwide impact of Calvin's and Reformed theology on politics, the law, scholarship and the organising of life in society, including civil society.

Calvin Today was published by Bloomsbury Publishing PLC in March 2013. The ISBN for Calvin Today is 9780567521606.

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Page last updated 27th March 2015
Book FormatPaperback
PublisherBloomsbury Publishing PLC (March 2013)
Weight347g
Number of Pages240
Thickness12 mm
Height234 mm
Width156 mm
ISBN9780567521606
ISBN-100567521605
Product Code4077638
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