Calvin and the Reformation: Four Studies (First Edition, 1909)

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Emile Doumergue, August Lang, Herman Bavinck, and Benjamin B. Warfield. Hardover copy in fair condition. First edition. Unmarked text. Previous owner’s name and nameplate on first front end pages. From the library of Fred H. Klooster. Hinges still attached, but loose. One end page torn. No dust jacket.

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Description

The four studies that make up this book were originally prepared for the Princeton Theological Review in celebration of the 400th anniversary of Calvin’s birth. The article by Emile Doumergue deals with Calvin’s view of asceticism; Lang’s study analyses Calvin’s doctrine of natural law; Bavinck’s essay discusses Calvin’s understanding of common grace; Warfield analyses Calvin’s teaching on the knowledge of God.

 

Additional information

Weight 1.54375 lbs
Author(s)

Bavinck, Herman, Doumerge, Emile, Lang, August, Warfield, Benjamin Breckinridge

Format

Hardcover

Condition

Fair

Publisher

Fleming H. Revell (1909)

Pages

260

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