Christian Spirituality and Ethical Life
Calvin's View on the Spirit in Ecumenical Context
Imprint: Pickwick Publications
"Very favorably impressed by this book, I believe that it is original and important contribution to the study of John Calvin in an ecumenical context. It promises to be the starting point for a whole new set of approaches to Calvin."
_William J. Bouwsma
Sather Professor of History Emeritus at the University of California at Berkeley.
"Well-conceived and amply documented, Dr. Chung's contribution lies in opening up John Calvin as a theologian of the third article, which has been long neglected in the reformed tradition."
-Martin Anton Schmidt
Professor Emeritus of Theology and Church history at the University of Basel, Switzerland.
"Chung's meticulous and detailed inquiry into the pneumatology of Calvin brings to light an exciting, largely unknown facet of the Reformed theologian, namely a holistic, socially-oriented doctrine of the Spirit and spirituality. Chung's study is a masterful blend of historical Reformation studies, dialogue with the most recent systematic theologies-especially views of Barth and Moltmann-systematic analysis, and creative constructive proposals."
Professor of Systematic Theology, Fuller Theological Seminary
Docent of Ecumenics, University of Helsinki