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  • 332 Pages
  • Publisher: Baker Book House
  • Publication Date: April 2001
  • ISBN: SLILLBPEABINDINGOFGODCALVINSR9780801022630

Binding of God: Calvin's Role in the Development of Covenant Theology

Lillback, Peter A.

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What was John Calvin's relationship to covenant theology? After tracing the historical development of the covenant idea, Lillback carefully examines the writings of Calvin for evidence and description of Calvin's covenant thought. He ultimately argues that Calvin developed an extensive covenant theology.

The Binding of God provides important background to current theological discussions, such as modes of baptism and Paul and the law. It will be of significance to scholars of the Reformation and the sixteenth century.

 

About the Author

Peter A. Lillback (Ph.D., Westminster Theological Seminary) is president and adjunct professor of historical theology at Westminster Theological Seminary and professor of church history at Reformed Episcopal Seminary, both located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Listen to an episode of Christ the Center entitled Calvin and the Development of Covenant Theology.
(Reformed Forum)

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What was John Calvin's relationship to covenant theology? After tracing the historical development of the covenant idea, Lillback carefully examines the writings of Calvin for evidence and description of Calvin's covenant thought. He ultimately argues that Calvin developed an extensive covenant theology.

The Binding of God provides important background to current theological discussions, such as modes of baptism and Paul and the law. It will be of significance to scholars of the Reformation and the sixteenth century.

 

About the Author

Peter A. Lillback (Ph.D., Westminster Theological Seminary) is president and adjunct professor of historical theology at Westminster Theological Seminary and professor of church history at Reformed Episcopal Seminary, both located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Listen to an episode of Christ the Center entitled Calvin and the Development of Covenant Theology.
(Reformed Forum)

  • Cover Type:
  • 332 Pages
  • Publisher: Baker Book House
  • Publication Date: April 2001
  • ISBN: SLILLBPEABINDINGOFGODCALVINSR9780801022630