The Reformation and the Irrepressible Word of God: Interpretation, Theology, and Practice
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  • 256 Pages
  • Publisher: IVP Academic
  • Publication Date: May 2019
  • ISBN: MANETSCMETHEREFORMATIONANDTHE9780830852352

The Reformation and the Irrepressible Word of God: Interpretation, Theology, and Practice

Manetsch, Scott M (editor)

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CONTENTS

Abbreviations
Introduction (Scott M. Manetsch)

Part One: Biblical Interpretation in the Reformation
1. “I Have the Word of God”: Scripture, Interpretation, and Crespin’s History of Martyrs (Scott M. Manetsch)
2. Martin Luther’s Christological Principle: Implications for Biblical Authority and Biblical Interpretation (David S. Dockery)

Part Two: Preaching and Pastoral Care in the Reformation
3. “Meat, Not Strawberries”: Hugh Latimer and Biblical Preaching in the English Reformation (Michael A. G. Haykin) 
4. Scripture as “Sacrament” in Protestant Pastoral and Devotional Literature (Ronald K. Rittgers) 

Part Three: Justification and the Reformation
5. Novum or Rursus? Justification and the Bible in the Reformation (Michael S. Horton) 
6. Justification for Today (Kevin DeYoung) 

Part Four: The Christian Life in the Reformation
7. The Sainthood of All Believers: The Bible and Sanctification (Thomas H. McCall) 
8. Luther and the General Priesthood: An Embedded Account (David J. Luy) 

Afterword: What Evangelicals Can Learn from the Reformation (Timothy George) 
Bibliography
List of Contributors
Author Index
Subject Index
Scripture Index

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CONTENTS

Abbreviations
Introduction (Scott M. Manetsch)

Part One: Biblical Interpretation in the Reformation
1. “I Have the Word of God”: Scripture, Interpretation, and Crespin’s History of Martyrs (Scott M. Manetsch)
2. Martin Luther’s Christological Principle: Implications for Biblical Authority and Biblical Interpretation (David S. Dockery)

Part Two: Preaching and Pastoral Care in the Reformation
3. “Meat, Not Strawberries”: Hugh Latimer and Biblical Preaching in the English Reformation (Michael A. G. Haykin) 
4. Scripture as “Sacrament” in Protestant Pastoral and Devotional Literature (Ronald K. Rittgers) 

Part Three: Justification and the Reformation
5. Novum or Rursus? Justification and the Bible in the Reformation (Michael S. Horton) 
6. Justification for Today (Kevin DeYoung) 

Part Four: The Christian Life in the Reformation
7. The Sainthood of All Believers: The Bible and Sanctification (Thomas H. McCall) 
8. Luther and the General Priesthood: An Embedded Account (David J. Luy) 

Afterword: What Evangelicals Can Learn from the Reformation (Timothy George) 
Bibliography
List of Contributors
Author Index
Subject Index
Scripture Index

  • Cover Type:
  • 256 Pages
  • Publisher: IVP Academic
  • Publication Date: May 2019
  • ISBN: MANETSCMETHEREFORMATIONANDTHE9780830852352