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Reformed orthodoxy in Scotland : essays on Scottish theology, 1560 -1775

Author: Aaron C Denlinger
Publisher: New York : T & T Clark, 2014.
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Recent decades have witnessed much scholarly reassessment of late-sixteenth through eighteenth-century Reformed theology. It was common to view the theology of this period-typically labelled 'orthodoxy'-as sterile, speculative, and rationalistic, and to represent it as significantly discontinuous with the more humanistic, practical, and biblical thought of the early reformers. Recent scholars have taken a more  Read more...
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Reformed orthodoxy in Scotland
(DLC) 2014030974
(OCoLC)849209591
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Aaron C Denlinger
ISBN: 9780567108685 0567108686
OCLC Number: 894227029
Description: 1 online resource
Contents: FC; Half Title; Title Page; Copyright; Contents; Acknowledgements; Abbreviations; List of Contributors; Introduction: Carl R. Trueman; Part 1. Early Reformed Orthodoxy (c. 1560-c. 1640); Chapter 1. Knox Versus the Knoxians? Predestination in John Knox and Seventeenth-Century Federal Theology: Donald John Maclean; Chapter 2. Andrew Melville and Christian Hebraism: The Humanist Legacy of a Renaissance Scholar: Ernest R. Holloway III ; Chapter 3. The Eternal Decree in the Incarnate Son: Robert Rollock on The Relationship between Christ and Election: Brannon Ellis. Chapter 4. Where Was Your Church Before Luther? History and Catholicity in Early Seventeenth-Century Aberdonian Theology: Nicholas ThompsonChapter 5. Scottish Hypothetical Universalism: Robert Baron (c.1596-1639) on God's Love and Christ's Death for All: Aaron Clay Denlinger; Chapter 6. Alexander Henderson: Reformed Orthodoxy and Constitutional Crisis in Scotland: Donald Macleod ; Part 2. High Reformed Orthodoxy (c. 1640-c. 1690); Chapter 7. Samuel Rutherford's Euthyphro Dilemma: A Reformed Perspective on the Scholastic Natural Law Tradition: Simon J.G. Burton. Chapter 8. Samuel Rutherford on the Divine Origin of Possibility and Impossibility: Aza GoudriaanChapter 9. Clavis Cantici: A 'Key' to The Reformation in Early Modern Scotland?: Guy M. Richard; Chapter 10: Scotland and Saumur: The Intellectual Legacy of John Cameron in Seventeenth-Century France: Albert Gootjes ; Chapter 11. John Calvin and John Brown of Wamphray on Justification: Joel R. Beeke ; Part 3. Late Reformed Orthodoxy (c. 1690 Onwards); Chapter 12. Thomas Halyburton and John Locke on The Grounding of Faith in Scripture: Paul Helm. Chapter 13. The Rational Defence and Exposition of Christianity: Thomas Blackwell and Scottish Orthodoxy in the Early Eighteenth Century: Richard A. Muller Chapter 14. The Act or Habit of Faith? Alexander Comrie's Interpretation of Heidelberg Catechism Question 20: Gerrit A. Van Den Brink ; Bibliography; Index.
Responsibility: edited by Aaron Denlinger.

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Recent decades have witnessed much scholarly reassessment of late-sixteenth through eighteenth-century Reformed theology. It was common to view the theology of this period-typically labelled 'orthodoxy'-as sterile, speculative, and rationalistic, and to represent it as significantly discontinuous with the more humanistic, practical, and biblical thought of the early reformers. Recent scholars have taken a more balanced approach, examining orthodoxy on its own terms and subsequently highlighting points of continuity between orthodoxy and both Reformation and pre-Reformation theologies, in term.

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