The quest for full assurance: the legacy of Calvin and his successors
Against the background of the sixteenth-century Reformers (with special attention to Calvin), Beeke examines the theological development of personal assurance of faith in English Puritanism and its parallel movement in the Netherlands, the Dutch Second Reformation.
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THE EARLY AND MEDIEVAL CHURCH
THE REFORMATION FROM LUTHER
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