The Bible, the Reformation and the Church: Essays in Honour of James Atkinson W P Stephens

ISBN: 9780567556332

Published: March 1st 1995

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340 pages


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The Bible, the Reformation and the Church: Essays in Honour of James Atkinson  by  W P Stephens

The Bible, the Reformation and the Church: Essays in Honour of James Atkinson by W P Stephens
March 1st 1995 | ebook | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, RTF | 340 pages | ISBN: 9780567556332 | 5.46 Mb

Festschrift in Honour of Emeritus Professor James Atkinson This volume commemorates the eightieth birthday of James Atkinson, a distinguished Reformation scholar who was Professor of Biblical Studies in the University of Sheffield. It reflects theMoreFestschrift in Honour of Emeritus Professor James Atkinson This volume commemorates the eightieth birthday of James Atkinson, a distinguished Reformation scholar who was Professor of Biblical Studies in the University of Sheffield. It reflects the relationship between the Bible, the Reformation, and the Church in his life and work.

Fourteen friends and former colleagues contribute to it. Biblical scholars link the Bible to the Reformation and the Church, and Reformation scholars link the Reformation to the Bible and to the Church. In addition Anthony Thiselton writes a wide-ranging appreciation of James Atkinson. Three biblical scholars, Kingsley Barrett, David Clines, and Anthony Thiselton, deal with the relationship of the Bible to the Reformation - through subjects as diverse as Paul and the Introspective Conscience, Job, and I Corrinthians - and John Rogerson with some of the issues in biblical criticism raised in Colensos correspondence with Kuenen.

Reformation scholars from Britain and abroad examine the Reformation in Germany, Switzerland, and England, in relation to the Bible or to the Church. Four of them, Benjamin Drewery, Peter Stephens, Robert Stupperich, and Robert Walton write on the Continental Reformation - Was Luther a heretic?

Zwingli and the Salvation of the Heathen, Luthers Itio Spiritualis, and Erasmus and Marsilius. Patrick Collinson and Basil Hall, deal with the Bible in the English Reformation, and Carl Trueman with the Lords Supper. Three scholars look forward from the Reformation to the church since then - Donald Coggan from Tyndale to the church today, James Packer from the Reformers to Whitefield, and Alister McGrath to the Role of Theology as Critic and Servant of the Church.



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