Peter Martyr Vermigli And The European Reformations: Semper Reformanda

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Frank A. James
BRILL, Jan 1, 2004 - Religion - 330 pages
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Peter Martyr Vermigli (1499-1562) was one of the early members of the abortive Italian reform movement as well as one of the formative shapers of Reformed Protestantism. Through its focus on Vermigli, these essays illuminate new dimensions to the various Reformations in sixteenth-century Europe, both Catholic and Protestant. Vermigli's work is considered under three rubrics: his relationship to other Reformers, an analysis of his more provocative theological ideas and his contributions to church reform. Particularly notable is the breadth of his interests, which ranged from his view of women, prophecy and papal power, to the early church fathers and his revision of ecclesiastical laws in the Church of England. Each of these depicts a vital aspect of Vermigli's contribution to the European Reformations. Contributors include: Scott Amos, Emidio Campi, John Patrick Donnelly, John Farthing, Don Fuller, Richard Gamble, John F. Jackson, Gary Jenkins, Torrance Kirby, Norman Klassen, Peter A. Lillback, Joseph C. McLelland, Douglas H. Shantz, Dan Shute, and John Thompson.
 

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Contents

PART II BIBLICAL AND THEOLOGICAL REFLECTIONS
113
PART III CHURCH AND REFORM
213
Notes on Contributors
305

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Frank A. James III, D.Phil. (1993) in History, Oxford University & Ph.D. (2000) in Theology, Westminster Theological Seminary, is President of Historical Theology at Reformed Theological Seminary/Orlando. He has published extensively on the Reformation, including Peter Martyr Vermigli and Predestination (1998).

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