The Reformers; and the Theology of the Reformation
William Cunningham [1805-1861]

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Book Description

The Reformers; and the Theology of the Reformation
Publication Year:
London & New York
Longmans, Green & Co.
Reformation, Christian Theology, Doctrine
Copyright Holder:
Public domain

Table of Contents

  • Preface
  1. Leaders of the Reformation
  2. Luther
  3. The Reformers and the Doctrine of Assurance
  4. Melancthon and the Theology of the Church of England
  5. Zwingli and the Doctrine of the Sacraments
  6. John Calvin
  7. Calvin and Beza
  8. Calvinism and Armianism
  9. Calvinism and the Doctrine of Philosophical Necessity
  10. Calvinism and the Practical Application
  11. The Reformers and the Lessons from their History
  • Index
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