From Judaism to Calvinism: The Life and Writings of Immanuel Tremellius (c. 1510-1580)
Immanuel Tremellius rose to prominence in the 16th century as a Professor of Hebrew and Old Testament studies. He was also the author of several important works of Christian-Hebraica. This study provides a biography of Tremellius as well as using this biography to elucidate a number of broader issues relating to the early modern period.
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