Calvin's Preaching

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Westminster John Knox Press, 01.01.1992. - 202 страница

This rare and important study of John Calvin's sermons gives a complete review of Calvin's preaching activity, purpose, method, and style. Included are the theological considerations that moved Calvin to preach the way he did; his view of the preacher's office, his duty, and the congregation's active participation; a historical account and the preservation of his preaching; Calvin's expository method and the way he applied scripture to the needs of the congregation; and the form of the sermons and the "familiar" style that was employed.

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The Pastoral Intention
8
Scripture and Sermon
17
The Preacher
35
The Congregation
48
The Early Preaching
57
The Transmission of the Sermons
65
The Expository Method
79
The Message of Scripture
93
The Pattern of the Sermons
131
The Familiar Style
139
A Chronological Chart
150
Dating the Sermons on 1 and 2 Timothy
163
The Biblical Text
172
Bibliographies
179
Index
201
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The Stimuli of Exhortation
114

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О аутору (1992)

T. H. L. Parker was a widely respected authority on Calvin's life and thought. He was Reader in Theology at the University of Durham in England.

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