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Dictionary of Latin and Greek Theological Terms

Author : Richard A. Muller
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This indispensable companion to key post-Reformation theological texts provides clear and concise definitions of Latin and Greek terms for students at a variety of levels. Written by a leading scholar of the Reformation and post-Reformation eras, this volume offers definitions that bear the mark of expert judgment and precision. The second edition includes new material and has been updated and revised throughout.

Dictionary of Latin and Greek Theological Terms

Author : Richard A. Muller
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This indispensable companion to key post-Reformation theological texts provides clear and concise definitions of Latin and Greek terms for students at a variety of levels. Written by a leading scholar of the Reformation and post-Reformation eras, this volume offers definitions that bear the mark of expert judgment and precision. The second edition includes new material and has been updated and revised throughout.

Dictionary of Latin and Greek Theological Terms

Author : Richard Alfred Muller
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Doctrine and Speculation in Schleiermacher s Glaubenslehre

Author : Thomas Heinrich Curran
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Pocket Dictionary of Theological Terms

Author : Stanley J. Grenz
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The perfect companion to theological studies, this dictionary provides three hundred-plus definitions, including both English and foreign terms. A must-have for every theological reader.

The Trinitarian Theology of Novatian of Rome

Author : James Leonard Papandrea
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This work explores Novatian's historical context, his use of Latin terminology, and his New Testament exegesis, in order to discover and clarify how he solved the Christological problem of how Christ could be fully divine without compromising the oneness of God. The study includes a new translation of his De Trinitate andshows that Novatian's christology is not only progressive for his time, it anticipates Nicaean and Chalcedonian christology.

The Evolution of a Revolution

Author : Jeffrey L. Seif
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Ancient Christianity began as a movement within Judaism; as the years passed, however, it ended up as a non-Jewish and even anti-Jewish institution outside Judaism. In The Evolution of a Revolution the author explores aspects of the twilight zone that existed between first century Messianic Judaism and fourth-century Roman Christianity. History students studying Christian origins will benefit from Seif's research, as will those interested in modern Jewish-Christian dialogue.

Medieval Latin

Author : Frank Anthony Carl Mantello
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Organized with the assistance of an international advisory committee of medievalists from several disciplines, Medieval Latin: An Introduction and Bibliographical Guide is a new standard guide to the Latin language and literature of the period from c. A.D. 200 to 1500. It promises to be indispensable as a handbook in university courses in Medieval Latin and as a point of departure for the study of Latin texts and documents in any of the fields of medieval studies. Comprehensive in scope, the guide provides introductions to, and bibliographic orientations in, all the main areas of Medieval Latin language, literature, and scholarship. Part One consists of an introduction and sizable listing of general print and electronic reference and research tools. Part Two focuses on issues of language, with introductions to such topics as Biblical and Christian Latin, and Medieval Latin pronunciation, orthography, morphology and syntax, word formation and lexicography, metrics, prose styles, and so on. There are chapters on the Latin used in administration, law, music, commerce, the liturgy, theology and philosophy, science and technology, and daily life. Part Three offers a systematic overview of Medieval Latin literature, with introductions to a wide range of genres and to translations from and into Latin. Each chapter concludes with a bibliography of fundamental works--texts, lexica, studies, and research aids. This guide satisfies a long-standing need for a reference tool in English that focuses on medieval latinity in all its specialized aspects. It will be welcomed by students, teachers, professional latinists, medievalists, humanists, and general readers interested in the role of Latin as the learned lingua franca of western Europe. It may also prove valuable to reference librarians assembling collections concerned with Latin authors and texts of the postclassical period. ABOUT THE EDITORS F. A. C. Mantello is professor of Medieval Latin at The Catholic University of America. A. G. Rigg is professor of English and medieval studies and chairman of the Medieval Latin Committee at the University of Toronto's Centre for Medieval Studies. PRASIE FOR THE BOOK """"This extraordinary volume, joint effort of dozens of scholars in eight countries, will be in constant use for research, for advising students and designing courses, and for answering the queries of nonmedievalist colleagues. . . . Medieval Latin provides a foundation for advances in research and teaching on a wide front. . . . Though Mantello and Rigg's Medieval Latin is a superb reference volume, I recommend that it also be read from beginning to end--in small increments, of course. The rewards will be sheaves of notes and an immensely enriched appreciation of Medieval Latin and its literature.""""--Janet M. Martin, Princeton University, Speculum """"A remarkable achievement, and no one interested in medieval Latin can afford to be without it.""""--Journal of Ecclesiastical History """"Everywhere there is clarity, conclusion, judicious illustration, and careful selection of what is central. This guide is a major achievement and will serve Medieval Latin studies extremely well for the foreseeable future.""""--The Classical Review

Saint Mary s Press Glossary of Theological Terms

Author : John T. Ford
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Give students beginning definitions or working explanations that serve as the basis for helping them become involved in genuine theological dialogue, discussion, and discovery. The perfect supplement or companion for many different introductory theology and religious studies courses.

Dictionary of Ecclesiastical Latin

Author : Leo F. Stelten
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Leo Stelten has put to use his years of experience teaching Latin in compiling this concise reference book. The "Dictionary of Ecclesiastical Latin" includes approximately 17,000 words with the common meanings of the Latin terms found in church writings. Entries cover Scripture, Canon Law, the Liturgy, Vatican II, the early church fathers, and theological terms. This volume will prove to be an invaluable resource for theological students, as well as for those seeking to improve their knowledge of ecclesiastical Latin. An appendix also provides descriptions of ecclesiastical structures and explains technical terms from ecclesiastical law. The "Dictionary of Ecclesiastical Latin" has already been widely praised for its serviceability and indispensability in both academic and Church settings.

Essential Theological Terms

Author : Justo L. González
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In Essential Theological Terms, renowned church historian Justo González provides students with accessible discussions of over three hundred theological terms. Each entry in this two-column work gives more detail than those typical of a dictionary, introducing the meaning of the term, its importance, and ways it has been understood in both historical and contemporary theology. These reliable discussions of the most common ideas and concepts encountered in theological studies will make this book indispensable for students in all stages of their education.

The Lutheran Synod Quarterly

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A Theological Guide to Calvin s Institutes

Author : David W. Hall
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Capturing both the best of elite scholarship, as well as exhibiting a firm understanding of and passion for Calvin's own work, these essays by 20 elite Calvin scholars who appreciate the abiding value of Calvin's Institutes provide definitive and section-by-section commentary on Calvin's magnum opus. - Publisher.

Covenant Theology

Author : Jeong Koo Jeon
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In Covenant Theology, author Jeong Koo Jeon makes a much-needed contribution to 21st century biblical and systematic theology. He explores the debate between John Murray and Meredith G. Kline, placing their ideas in the larger context of Biblical studies that have had a direct influence on Reformed theology and evangelicalism. Although the theologies of Murray and Kline contain significant differences, they both maintain a distinction between a covenant of creation and a covenant of grace. In addition, they both advocate a fundamental antithesis between law and gospel, giving a priority to law over gospel in the temporal and logical order of divine works. Jeon sees these distinctions as hermeneutic tools that are essential for better understanding of biblical revelation as well as faith, grace, and atonement.

The Christology of John Owen

Author : Richard W. Daniels
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The Puritans are often accused of being weak on Christology. In this revision of his doctoral dissertation for Westminster Theological Seminary, Richard Daniels shows how wrong that assessment is. He plumbs the depths of John Owen's views on Christ, covering His person, natures, offices, and states. Dr. Daniels also relates how Owen taught that believers can have personal communion with Christ. This is a masterful work that will be deeply appreciated by readers who love both the Puritans and their theology. ~ Joel R. Beeke, Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary, Grand Rapids, Michigan Table of Contents: 1. Introduction 2. Who Do Men Say That I Am? 3. Who Do You Say That I Am? 4. Flesh and Blood Has Not Revealed it unto You" 5. The Doctrine of the Trinity 6. Owen's Proof of the Deity of Christ 7. God's Eternal Counsels 8. Creation and Providence 9. Cur Deus Homo: The Manifestation of the Glory of God 10. Beginning with Moses 11. God was Manifested in the Flesh 12. He Ascended into Heaven 13. A Priest Forever 14. He Who Speaks from Heaven 15. Thy Throne, O God 16. A Christ-Centered Church 17. To Live is Christ 18. Conclusion

The Wesleyan Theological Heritage

Author : Albert Cook Outler
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Translating H holy S spirit

Author : Garrett C. Kenney
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Translating H/holy S/spirit examines the biblical concept of the "holy spirit." Twenty-five English translations are consulted revealing a high degree of ambiguity and inconsistency in translating this central concept. This is clearly evident in the apparent arbitrariness and inconsistency in capitalization. When "Spirit" is capitalized, it is generally assumed that a person is being referred to. This raises questions as to whether the Spirit is simply a personification of some attribute or activity of God, or whether Spirit may refer to a distinct hypostasis in the Godhead. When "spirit" appears in lowercase, it is generally assumed that an impersonal gift or enablement is intended. Translating H/holy S/spirit presents four models by which these difficulties are examined and clarified. Each model is defined, defended, and then deconstructed.

Lutherans and Calvinists in the Age of Confessionalism

Author : Bodo Nischan
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This volume deals with religion and politics in late and post-Reformation Germany, in particular the relationship between Lutherans and Calvinists. Nischan explores three major topics: first, how Lutherans and Reformed used sermons and ritual to develop a sense of denominational identity; second, how religion and politics interacted in the age of confessionalism; and, finally, how Reformed irenicism sought to overcome existing confessional differences between Lutherans and Calvinists. The geographical focus of these essays is northern Germany, specifically Brandenburg-Prussia; chronologically they cover the period between the Peace of Augsburg and the middle years of the Thirty Years' War.

Communion with God

Author : Kelly M. Kapic
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Focuses on the idea of communion with God in the work of Puritan theologian John Owen, covering key areas like anthropology, the Trinity, and the Lord's Supper.

Wisconsin Lutheran Quarterly

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