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Heinrich Bullinger and the doctrine of predestination : author of "the other reformed tradition"?

Author: Cornelis P Venema
Publisher: Grand Rapids, Mich. : Baker Academic, 2002.
Series: Texts and studies in Reformation and post-Reformation thought.
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Heinrich Bullinger is one of the most important figures of the Reformed heritage, yet his theological contribution is often overlooked by those familiar with his more famous contemporaries: Luther, Calvin, and Zwingli. Cornelis Venema examines Bullinger's key writings, analyzes his doctrine of predestination, and argues for continuity between Bullinger and the later Reformed tradition. This book will sharpen the  Read more...
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Named Person: Heinrich Bullinger; Heinrich (Theologe 1504-1575) Bullinger; Heinrich Bullinger
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Cornelis P Venema
ISBN: 0801026059 9780801026058
OCLC Number: 48858364
Description: 137 p. ; 23 cm.
Series Title: Texts and studies in Reformation and post-Reformation thought.
Responsibility: Cornelis P. Venema.

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Heinrich Bullinger is one of the most important figures of the Reformed heritage, yet his theological contribution is often overlooked by those familiar with his more famous contemporaries: Luther, Calvin, and Zwingli. Cornelis Venema examines Bullinger's key writings, analyzes his doctrine of predestination, and argues for continuity between Bullinger and the later Reformed tradition. This book will sharpen the church's understanding of its Reformed heritage while paying tribute to Bullinger as a central figure in its development.

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