Luther and Calvinism

This new work has been unveiled at the Refo500 Conference in Wittenberg today (with thanks to Karla for the heads up).

In this volume renowned authors in the disciplines of Reformed theology and scientific Luther-research document the international scientific research on the reception of Martin Luther in Calvinism. Comprehensively they analyse the image of Martin Luther in different calvinistic contexts. As experts they succeed in depicting the main relations between Lutheran and Calvinistic thinking in a precise and transparent manner. They outline Luther’s immense influence on Calvinism and thus, provided a milestone on the way towards an exploration of Luther’s importance within the European intellectual history.

The publisher has been kind enough to send a review copy.  More anon.

About Jim

I am a Pastor, and Lecturer in Church History and Biblical Studies at Ming Hua Theological College.
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