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Cambridge University Press The Cambridge Companion to John Calvin

An international array of major Calvin scholars considers aspects of Calvin's theological thought and influence. Historians as well as theologians present the major themes in his writings in addition to discussing the ways in which his thought spread and has increasing importance today.


Introduction; Part I. Calvin's Life and Context:
1. Calvin's life Alexandre Ganoczy, translated by David L. Foxgrover and James Schmitt
2. Calvin's Geneva William G. Naphy
Part II. Calvin's Work:
3. Calvin's writings Wulfert de Greef
4. Calvin as a biblical interpreter John L. Thompson
5. Calvin's theology I. John Hesselink
6. Calvin's ethics Guenther H. Haas
7. Calvin's preaching Dawn De Vries
8. Calvin on Piety Joel R. Beeke
9. Calvin and social-ethical issues Jeannine E. Olson
10. Calvin and political issues William R. Stevenson, Jr.
11. Calvin's controversies Richard C. Gamble
Part III. After Calvin:
12. The spread of Calvin's thought Andrew Pettegree
13. Calvin and Calvinism Carl R. Trueman
14. Calvin's heritage R. Ward Holder

Part IV. Calvin Today:
15. Calvin's role in church history David F. Wright
16. The place of Calvin in Christian theology B. A. Gerris
17. Calvin in ecumenical context Jane Dempsey Douglass
18. Calvin in context: current resources Karin Maag and Paul Fields

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