Reformed Confessions of the Sixteenth Century

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Arthur C. Cochrane
Westminster John Knox Press, 2003 - Religion - 336 pages
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Reformed Confessions of the Sixteenth Centurymakes available a number of confessional documents that are not easily accessible elsewhere. Arthur Cochrane's introduction to the work and to each confession indicates each document's importance and its theological emphases. A new introduction by Jack Rogers focuses on developments in the study of Reformed Confessions since the first appearance of Cochrane's book in 1966.

  

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Contents

Introduction
i
Preface
7
Confession of Basel
97
Congregation at Geneva 1556
127
The French Confession of Faith 1559
137
The Scottish Confession of Faith 1560
159
The Belgic Confession of Faith 1561
185
The Second Helvetic Confession 1566
220
Appendix
303
The Barmen Theological Declaration 1934
332
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Arthur C. Cochrane was a leading authority on Reformed confessions and the theology of Karl Barth. Among his books are "The Existentialists and God", "Eating and Drinking with Jesus", "The Theology of Peace", and "The Church's Confession Under Hitler".

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