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  1. Prophecy, Miracles, Angels, and Heavenly Light?

    James Bruce

    Wipf and Stock / SEP 2007

    For the first time we see, through the theological mind of Adomnan, the mission of Columba to bring the Kingdom of God to Pict and Scot. The question is, was Adomnan simply following fashion... read more »
  2. Protestant Nonconformity and Christian Missions

    Martin Wellings

    Wipf and Stock / OCT 2014

    The aim of this exceptional book is to explore some of the contributions made by Protestant Nonconformity to Christian missions. The occasion of the conference which gave rise to the volume was the... read more »
  3. Protestant Scholasticism: Essays in Reassessment

    Carl R. Trueman, R. Scott Clark

    Wipf and Stock / OCT 2007

    Traditionally, Protestant theology between Luther's early reforming career and the dawn of the Enlightenment has been seen in terms of decline and fall into the wastelands of rationalism and... read more »
  4. Puritan Spirituality

    J. Stephen Yuille

    Wipf and Stock / APR 2008

    Without minimizing the validity of the social, political, and ecclesiastical approaches to this field of study, Yuille affirms that the essence of Puritanism is found in its spirituality. He... read more »
  5. Reformation Pastors

    J. William Black

    Wipf and Stock / JAN 2007

    This work examines Richard Baxter's understanding and practice of pastoral ministry from the perspective of his own stated concern for "reformation" and in the broader context of Edwardian,... read more »
  6. Singing and the Imagination of Devotion

    Susan Tara Brown

    Wipf and Stock / DEC 2008

    Using early Anglican and Puritan sources, Singing and the Imagination of Devotion poses questions about the meaning and significance of singing during a seminal period in English culture.... read more »
  7. The Extent of the Atonement

    G. M. Thomas

    Wipf and Stock / SEP 2007

    Reformed theologians of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries were led by their doctrine of predestination to consider whether Christ had died only for "the elect." This work traces the way they... read more »
  8. The Flesh and the Feminine

    Ruth Gouldbourne

    Wipf and Stock / JUN 2007

    During the sixteenth-century reformations, Caspar Schwenckfeld was one of the mavericks and creative thinkers who made up the amorphous grouping of radicals. At the time, and since, much has been... read more »
  9. The Ground of Election

    F. Stuart Clarke

    Wipf and Stock / DEC 2006

    The young Reformed scholar Arminius returned from finishing his studies to Amsterdam in 1588 to begin pastoral ministry. His personal interests had been philosophical rather than theological, and... read more »
  10. The Immanent Person of the Holy Spirit from Anselm to Lombard

    Matthew Knell

    Wipf and Stock / NOV 2009

    This study shows that there has not yet been any comprehensive study of the person of the Holy Spirit in the twelfth century, and that such a study has something to add to concepts of... read more »

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