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by Richard A. Muller

Author: Richard A. Muller
Subcategory: Protestantism
Language: English
Publisher: Baker Pub Group (November 1988)
Pages: 240 pages
Category: Christian Books
Rating: 4.3
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Christ and the Decree: Christology and Predestination in Reformed Theology from Calvin to Perkins (Durham: Labyrinth Press, 1986; Grand . Klauber 1990, pp. 467–75.

The Unaccommodated Calvin: Studies in the Formation of a Theological Tradition (New York: Oxford University Press, 2000).

Christ and the Decree book. The rest of Muller’s book tracing the development from Peter Martyr Vermigli to William Perkins documents how these writers viewed election in Christ. There is no such thing as a nude Deos absconditus who makes deals behind the back of the Son. Starting with Vermigli, we see an emphasis on grace as mediated (57), putting a Reformed slant on a very Roman Catholic doctrine and structure (showing how much a child of Rome Protestantism truly is).

has undertaken a massive exposition of the teachings of Reformed theologians extending from Calvin through William Perkins. concerning predestination and Christology. Anyone who wishes to refute Muller’s conclusions will necessarily have to spend many long hours with the Latin tomes which constitute the basis for his thorough study. Meanwhile, those who interpret ‘Calvin and the Calvinism’ would be well advised to give heed to Muller’s conclusions. — James Leo Garrett J. Fides et Historia.

In Christ and the Decree, one of the foremost scholars of Calvinism today expounds the doctrines of Christ and predestination as they were developed by Calvin, Bullinger, Musculus, Vermigli, Beza, Ursinus, Zanchi, Polanus, and Perkins

In Christ and the Decree, one of the foremost scholars of Calvinism today expounds the doctrines of Christ and predestination as they were developed by Calvin, Bullinger, Musculus, Vermigli, Beza, Ursinus, Zanchi, Polanus, and Perkins. Muller analyzes the relationship of these two doctrines to each other and to the soteriological structure of the system.

Christ and the Decree - Richard A. Muller. EPILOGUE: Christ and the Decree in the First Codification of Reformed Theology. Published by Baker Academic. a division of Baker Publishing Group. Just as Calvin’s placement of predestination in book three of the Institutes does not render his theology less predestinarian and more christological, so does the placement of predestination in close relation to the doctrine of God in Amandus Polanus’ Syntagma theologiae not render his theology more predestinarian and less christological.

Predestination and Christology in the Thought of Theodore Beza. Calvinism at the Close of the Sixteenth Century: Polanus and Perkins. Reformed Theology in Heidelberg: Zacharias Ursinus and Jerome Zanchi. Christ and the Decree in the Development of Early Orthodoxy: Retrospect and Prospect. has undertaken a massive exposition of the teachings of Reformed theologians extending from Calvin through William Perkins.

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Christ and the Decree : Christology and Predestination in Reformed Theology from Calvin to Perkins. By (author) Richard A.

In Christ and the Decree, one of the foremost scholars of Calvinism today expounds the doctrines of Christ and predestination as they were developed by Calvin, Bullinger, Musculus, Vermigli, Beza, Ursinus, Zanchi, Polanus, and Perkins. Muller analyzes the relationship of these two doctrines to each other and to the soteriological structure of the system.Back by demand, this seminal work on the relationship between Calvin and the Calvinists is once again available with a new contextualizing preface by the author. It offers a succinct introduction to the early development of Calvinism/Reformation thought.