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Volumen 20 (2022): Edición 5 (December 2022)
Doctoral Supplement. Postgraduate Research in Contemporary Evangelical Higher Education: Academic Perspectives on Variegated Theological and Historical Topics. Edición Editor: Marcel V. Măcelaru

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Miscellaneous Theological Investigations. From Economy, Literature, and Hermeneutics to Christology, Exegesis, and Typology. Edición Editor: Corneliu C. Simuț

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A Multi-Angle Examination of C. S. Lewis's Till We Have Faces. Theological, Philosophical, Ethical, and Literary Insights from one of Lewis's Greatest Novels. Edición Editor: Zachary Breitenbach

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Reform according to Right Law: the Use of Legal Tradition in Reformation Theology. Edición Editor: André A. Gazal

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Confessing the Trinity. The Trinitarianism of Particular Baptists, 1640s-1840s. Edición Editor: Michael A. G. Haykin

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Miscellaneous Theological Studies: Biblical, Apologetic, Historical, Patristic, Theodicean, and Systematic. Edición Editor: Corneliu C. Simuţ

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Islam and Islamism. The Challenge for Modern Liberal Democracies. Edición Editors: Raphael Lataster, Rumy Hasan

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Fundamental Aspects of Christological Anthropology: Theological and Philosophical Perspectives in Contemporary Debates. Editor: Christopher G. Woznicki

Volumen 19 (2021): Edición 1 (March 2021)
Revivalism in Central European Protestantism, 1840-1940: Hungarian Calvinists, British Evangelicals & German-Austrian Pietists during the Spiritual Renewal of Protestant Churches in the Austro-Hungarian Empire. Editor: Ábraham Kovács

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The Catholic Reformation. Ecclesiology, Justification, Freedom, Sin, Grace & the Council of Trent. Editor: Eduardo J. Echeverria

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Roman Catholic, Reformed Catholic and Evangelical Protestant. Reformation Edicións Five Hundred Years Later. Editor: Edición editor: Joshua R. Farris

Volumen 18 (2020): Edición 4 (August 2020)
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In the Footsteps of the Divine Artist. On the Religious and Spiritual Dimension in Art. Editors: Wessel Stoker and Frank G. Bosman

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De Corpore – ‘On the Body’ through the History of Idea, Views of the Body in Philosophy, Literature and Religion. Editor: Ramona Simuț

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Baptist and Reformed Theologies of Vision and Deification (2). Constructive Edicións in Contemporary Research. Editors: Joshua R. Farris and Ryan A. Brandt

Volumen 17 (2019): Edición 4 (December 2019)
Patristic Thought in Byzantine and Protestant Theology. From Gregory Palamas and George Pachymeres to Luther, Calvin, Anglicans, and Anabaptists. Editor: Andre A. Gazal

Volumen 17 (2019): Edición 3 (July 2019)
Contemporary Evangelicals on Carl F. H. Henry’s Theology. From Philosophy, Evangelism, and Apologetics to Education, History, and Practice. Editor: Robert W. Talley

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Single Author Supplement 2: The Background and Nature of the Dissensions in 1 Corinthians 1-4. Apollos' Role and Paul's Response. Author: Corin Mihăilă

Volumen 17 (2019): Edición 2 (June 2019)
Baptist and Reformed Theologies of Vision and Deification. Editors: Joshua R. Farris and Ryan A. Brandt

Volumen 17 (2019): Edición 1 (March 2019)
The Father, Son, and Spirit in Early Christian Theology, Second Century Examples. Editor: Paul A. Hartog

Volumen 17 (2019): Edición s1 (January 2019)
Single Author Supplement 1: Theological Patterns in Reformation Thought. English, American, and Scottish Protestants on Christ, Revival, and the Covenant. Author: Dinu Moga

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Tome huitième: Celebrating 500 Years since the Reformation, 1518-2018. Contemporary Perspectives on History and Theology in British Baptist Thought. Scottish and English Baptists on Salvation, Politics, and the End of Times. Edición editor: Alasdair Black

Volumen 16 (2018): Edición 3 (July 2018)
Tome septieme: Celebrating 500 Years since the Reformation, 1518-2018. Teaching Leaders, Leading Teachers. Biblical and Historical Perspectives on Education and Leadership: Jeffrey M. Horner Edición editor: Jeffrey M. Horner

Volumen 16 (2018): Edición 2 (June 2018)
Tome sixième: Celebrating 500 Years since the Reformation, 1518-2018. Contemporary Perspectives on Molinism. Theories, Responses to Objections, and Applications, Edición editor: Kirk R. MacGregor

Volumen 16 (2018): Edición 1 (April 2018)
Tome cinquième: Celebrating 500 Years since the Reformation, 1518-2018. Insights into Contemporary Baptist Thought. Perspectives on European Baptist Theology and History, Edición editor: Toivo Pilli

Volumen 15 (2017): Edición 4 (December 2017)
Special Edición: Tome quatrieme: Celebrating 500 Years since the Reformation, 1517-2017. Investigating the Magisterial Reformation and Its Radical Contenders. Contemporary Evangelicals on Reformation Research: from Lutheranism and Zwinglianism to Anabaptism and Baptism, Edición Editor: Marvin Jones

Volumen 15 (2017): Edición 3 (October 2017)
Special Edición: Tome troisième: Celebrating 500 Years since the Reformation, 1517-2017. Theologizing about Spirituality, Pedagogy, and Soteriology. Miscellanea Antiqua, Medievalia, Reformatorica & Moderna by Corneliu Simuț

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Special Edición: : Celebrating 500 Years since the Reformation, 1517-2017. ‘On the Soul’ through the History of Ideas. Views of the Soul in Philosophy, Literature & Relivion by Ramona Simuț

Volumen 15 (2017): Edición 1 (May 2017)
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Avant-Premiere: Celebrating 500 Years since the Reformation, 1517-2017. Contemporary Perspectives on Reformed Orthodoxy. Reformed Confessions, Scholastic Thought, and Puritan Divinity in Post-Reformation Protestantism, Edición Editors: Gijsbert van den Brink, Aza Goudriaan

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Transformative Poetry and Its Role in Catholic Theology. Dutch Contributions to Contemporary Catholic Research. Edición Editors: Archibald L. H. M. van Wieringen, Marcel Sarot. Translator: Brian Heffernan

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African Hermeneutics in the Twenty-First Century. Social History and Indigenous Theologies in Contemporary African Research. Edición Editor: Zorodzai Dube

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Edición title: The Long History of Lutheranism in Scandinavia. Contemporary Voices in Finnish Historical Research. Edición Editor: Pirjo Markkola

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Edición Title: The Value of Controversy. Defining Early Modern Religion through Ritual and Writing. Edición Editor: Angela Ranson

Volumen 12 (2014): Edición 2 (October 2014)
Special issue title: Exploring the Contours of Patristic Thought. Studies on Exegesis, Christology, and Soteriology in the Early Church

Volumen 12 (2014): Edición 1 (June 2014)
Established and Emerging Voices in Richard Hooker Research, Edición Editor: Paul A. Dominiak

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Volumen 19 (2021): Edición 1 (March 2021)
Revivalism in Central European Protestantism, 1840-1940: Hungarian Calvinists, British Evangelicals & German-Austrian Pietists during the Spiritual Renewal of Protestant Churches in the Austro-Hungarian Empire. Editor: Ábraham Kovács

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20 Sep 2012
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7 Artículos
Acceso abierto

The Ambiguous Beginnings of the Modern Mission Movements in the Reformed Church of Transylvania Between 1895 and 1918

Publicado en línea: 18 Apr 2021
Páginas: 3 - 15

Resumen

Abstract

This study looks at the ways how the Reformed Church encountered the new modern mission movement in Transylvania with the arrival of Dr. Béla Kenessey and Dr. István Kecskeméthy to the newly established Reformed Theological Seminary at Cluj in 1895. By the time being, some theologians expressed grave concerns about the dangers of theological liberalism to the Confessions. The paper argues that these young professors, touched by the mission movement and revival also sought to encompass those who had an evangelistic fervor to reach unbelievers and to serve those people in their personal and social needs. As a result, Christian Covenant was established in 1896, with official recognition in 1903 as the Christian Endeavor. It is hoped to unfold the major shifts regarding the attitudes to mission in the Reformed Church of Hungary and throw lights on ambiguous beginnings of mission movements.

Palabras clave

  • Revival
  • Reformed Church of Hungary
  • liberal theology
  • mission movements
Acceso abierto

Revivalism, Bible Societies, and Tract Societies in the Kingdom of Hungary: A Multi-Ethnic, Multi-Cultural, and Multi-Denominational Work for Spreading the Good News of Jesus Christ

Publicado en línea: 18 Apr 2021
Páginas: 17 - 37

Resumen

Abstract

The current research paper seeks to investigate how Evangelicals and Pietist, the most fervent of Protestants sought to ‘educate’ the masses outside the educational framework of ecclesiastical and state structures within the Hungarian Kingdom. More specifically the study intends to offer a concise overview of the history of Protestants who spread the gospel through the distribution of affordable Bibles, New Testaments and Christian tracts. It shows how various denominations worked together as well as directs attention to their theological outlook which transcended ethnic boundaries. It is a well-known fact in mission and church history that such undertakings were carried out to stir revivalism. The study also throws light on how influential role the Scottish Mission as well as Archduchess Maria Dorothea played in stirring revivalism through the aforementioned means. The history of these kinds of endeavours, especially that of the most significant ones like the work of the British and Foreign Bible Society and Religious Tract Society has not been treated adequately by historians of religion and education, intellectual historians and social historians. This research output is a contribution to give an account of the multi-ethnic and transdenominational work of Hungarians, Jews, Germans, Slovaks and Romanians working for a common goal.

Palabras clave

  • Revival
  • Tract and Bible Societies
  • evangelicalism
  • mission to the Jews
  • Pietists
  • liberal theology
Acceso abierto

The Beginnings of Bible Mission of the British and Foreign Bible Society in Early Nineteenth Century Hungary

Publicado en línea: 18 Apr 2021
Páginas: 39 - 47

Resumen

Abstract

The paper examines the very beginnings of Bible Mission in Hungary within the Habsburg Empire in the first part of the nineteenth century. It divides the first thirty years into two major epochs: the one before Gottlieb August Wimmer, Lutheran pastor of Felsőlövő (Oberschützen) and agent of the British and Foreign Bible Society (BFBS) and the one characterized by his work until the revolution of 1848. In the paper, I summarize the main obstacles of Bible Mission both political and religious as well as the main achievements and formations of policies and practices that still define Bible Mission of the Bible Societies in all around the world. The work of BFBS in Hungary in this period was also intertwined with the formative period of the Budapest Scottish Mission, a topic that I also touch in the paper.

Palabras clave

  • Bible Mission
  • Bible Societies
  • Gottlieb August Wimmer
  • British and Foreign Bible Society
  • Christianity in the Habsburg Empire
Acceso abierto

The Defenders of Faith. The Correspondence Between Ferenc Balogh, Father of the New Orthodoxy Movement, and Eduard Böhl, Reformed Pietist Professor of Dogmatics from Vienna

Publicado en línea: 18 Apr 2021
Páginas: 49 - 73

Resumen

Abstract

The present study examines how two famous professors in Central Europe decided to network together in order to promote traditional Christian faith through New Orthodoxy of Debrecen and Reformed Pietist of Vienna which became the source of renewal in the Reformed Church of Hungary. Their correspondence bears a witness to the endeavour to train, teach and guide young students enabling them to become persons of influence in the church. This research paper examines contents of the exchange of letters between Ferenc Balogh of Debrecen and Eduard Böhl from Vienna with a particular view on how they educated the future generation along the evangelical-pietist faith that both professors adhered to.

Palabras clave

  • Revival
  • New Orthodox
  • Eduard Böhl
  • Ferenc Balogh
  • Reformed Pietism
Acceso abierto

An Encounter and Its Impact: The Visit of John R. Mott in Cluj-Napoca/Kolozsvár and His Impression Upon László Ravasz

Publicado en línea: 18 Apr 2021
Páginas: 75 - 89

Resumen

Abstract

In this paper I examine one of the effects of László Ravasz’s (1882-1975) theological thinking, former professor of Practical Theology at Protestant Theological Institute, Kolzosvár-Cluj-Napoca, namely the development of his spiritual life and its impact on his theological scientific position. Due to the limitations of the scope of this paper, I could present the less well-known views of Ravasz’s work on the mission. John R. Mott’s lecture in Kolozsvár-Cluj-Napoca provides, among others, the certainty that in the modern theoretical approach of the young Ravasz he approached the tasks of pastoral ministry, preaching, dissemination of the gospel, theological education in a modern and actual way. This notion was not perfect, but it helped to bring about a new impetus for the Hungarian Protestant worldview that was stuck in rationalism and liberalism, and for the value theology to constitute a positive transition to the dialectical theology. Ravasz was an authentic representative of this transition.

Palabras clave

  • mission
  • value theology
  • spiritual life
  • J. R. Mott
  • László Ravasz
Acceso abierto

Bishop Albert Bereczky (1893-1966) and the Revival Movement: Albert Bereczky’s Conversion

Publicado en línea: 18 Apr 2021
Páginas: 91 - 100

Resumen

Abstract

This original research paper discusses Bishop Albert Bereczky’s (1893-1966) first contacts with revivalism, especially his spiritual conversion experience during his adolescent years. Albert Bereczky, Bishop of the Danubian Church District from 1948 to 1958, was one of the most significant, and yet controversial persons of the Reformed Church in Hungary during the 20th Century. From a popular preacher of the Revival Movement of the 1920s, church planter of the 1930s, rescuer of Jews during the War, he became the tool of state interest of the Communist regime in the 1950s. This paper sorts out the origins of his turn to the revival movement, like his troubled childhood, the emotional and financial insecurity of an illegitimate child, his troubled relationship with his biological father, the positive example of his stepfather, and his deviant adolescence behavior. By showing examples of his personal accounts the paper discusses whether Bereczky went through a ‘sudden’ or a ‘gradual’ conversion experience.

Palabras clave

  • Revivalism
  • John Mott
  • Albert Bereczky
  • History of the Reformed Church in Hungary during Communism
  • conversion experiences
Acceso abierto

Academic Relations Between Debrecen and Vienna: Exemplified By Eduard Böhl and Sándor Venetianer

Publicado en línea: 18 Apr 2021
Páginas: 101 - 113

Resumen

Abstract

The study seeks to investigate the relationship between Theological Faculty of Debrecen Reformed College and the Protestant Theological Faculty at University of Vienna. The counter-movements against modern, or so-called liberal theology brought Eduard Böhl from Vienna and Ferenc Balogh into a shared theological camp. The former followed the German-Dutch confessionalist Pietist of Reformed faith the letter became the leading figure of New-Orthodoxy movement of Debrecen. Both professors were keen on educating and training students with a view to respect and love the traditional doctrines, faith expressions of the church. Their endeavoured to put their students into significant jobs where influence could be exerted. This paper shows light on how Böhl sought to manage a former student, Sándor Venetianer’s carreer so as to continue the kind of theology that the famous professor of dogmatics also promoted.

Palabras clave

  • Eduard Böhl
  • Sándor Venetianer
  • Ferenc Balogh
  • Pietism
  • new-orthodoxy
  • Debrecen and Vienna
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Acceso abierto

The Ambiguous Beginnings of the Modern Mission Movements in the Reformed Church of Transylvania Between 1895 and 1918

Publicado en línea: 18 Apr 2021
Páginas: 3 - 15

Resumen

Abstract

This study looks at the ways how the Reformed Church encountered the new modern mission movement in Transylvania with the arrival of Dr. Béla Kenessey and Dr. István Kecskeméthy to the newly established Reformed Theological Seminary at Cluj in 1895. By the time being, some theologians expressed grave concerns about the dangers of theological liberalism to the Confessions. The paper argues that these young professors, touched by the mission movement and revival also sought to encompass those who had an evangelistic fervor to reach unbelievers and to serve those people in their personal and social needs. As a result, Christian Covenant was established in 1896, with official recognition in 1903 as the Christian Endeavor. It is hoped to unfold the major shifts regarding the attitudes to mission in the Reformed Church of Hungary and throw lights on ambiguous beginnings of mission movements.

Palabras clave

  • Revival
  • Reformed Church of Hungary
  • liberal theology
  • mission movements
Acceso abierto

Revivalism, Bible Societies, and Tract Societies in the Kingdom of Hungary: A Multi-Ethnic, Multi-Cultural, and Multi-Denominational Work for Spreading the Good News of Jesus Christ

Publicado en línea: 18 Apr 2021
Páginas: 17 - 37

Resumen

Abstract

The current research paper seeks to investigate how Evangelicals and Pietist, the most fervent of Protestants sought to ‘educate’ the masses outside the educational framework of ecclesiastical and state structures within the Hungarian Kingdom. More specifically the study intends to offer a concise overview of the history of Protestants who spread the gospel through the distribution of affordable Bibles, New Testaments and Christian tracts. It shows how various denominations worked together as well as directs attention to their theological outlook which transcended ethnic boundaries. It is a well-known fact in mission and church history that such undertakings were carried out to stir revivalism. The study also throws light on how influential role the Scottish Mission as well as Archduchess Maria Dorothea played in stirring revivalism through the aforementioned means. The history of these kinds of endeavours, especially that of the most significant ones like the work of the British and Foreign Bible Society and Religious Tract Society has not been treated adequately by historians of religion and education, intellectual historians and social historians. This research output is a contribution to give an account of the multi-ethnic and transdenominational work of Hungarians, Jews, Germans, Slovaks and Romanians working for a common goal.

Palabras clave

  • Revival
  • Tract and Bible Societies
  • evangelicalism
  • mission to the Jews
  • Pietists
  • liberal theology
Acceso abierto

The Beginnings of Bible Mission of the British and Foreign Bible Society in Early Nineteenth Century Hungary

Publicado en línea: 18 Apr 2021
Páginas: 39 - 47

Resumen

Abstract

The paper examines the very beginnings of Bible Mission in Hungary within the Habsburg Empire in the first part of the nineteenth century. It divides the first thirty years into two major epochs: the one before Gottlieb August Wimmer, Lutheran pastor of Felsőlövő (Oberschützen) and agent of the British and Foreign Bible Society (BFBS) and the one characterized by his work until the revolution of 1848. In the paper, I summarize the main obstacles of Bible Mission both political and religious as well as the main achievements and formations of policies and practices that still define Bible Mission of the Bible Societies in all around the world. The work of BFBS in Hungary in this period was also intertwined with the formative period of the Budapest Scottish Mission, a topic that I also touch in the paper.

Palabras clave

  • Bible Mission
  • Bible Societies
  • Gottlieb August Wimmer
  • British and Foreign Bible Society
  • Christianity in the Habsburg Empire
Acceso abierto

The Defenders of Faith. The Correspondence Between Ferenc Balogh, Father of the New Orthodoxy Movement, and Eduard Böhl, Reformed Pietist Professor of Dogmatics from Vienna

Publicado en línea: 18 Apr 2021
Páginas: 49 - 73

Resumen

Abstract

The present study examines how two famous professors in Central Europe decided to network together in order to promote traditional Christian faith through New Orthodoxy of Debrecen and Reformed Pietist of Vienna which became the source of renewal in the Reformed Church of Hungary. Their correspondence bears a witness to the endeavour to train, teach and guide young students enabling them to become persons of influence in the church. This research paper examines contents of the exchange of letters between Ferenc Balogh of Debrecen and Eduard Böhl from Vienna with a particular view on how they educated the future generation along the evangelical-pietist faith that both professors adhered to.

Palabras clave

  • Revival
  • New Orthodox
  • Eduard Böhl
  • Ferenc Balogh
  • Reformed Pietism
Acceso abierto

An Encounter and Its Impact: The Visit of John R. Mott in Cluj-Napoca/Kolozsvár and His Impression Upon László Ravasz

Publicado en línea: 18 Apr 2021
Páginas: 75 - 89

Resumen

Abstract

In this paper I examine one of the effects of László Ravasz’s (1882-1975) theological thinking, former professor of Practical Theology at Protestant Theological Institute, Kolzosvár-Cluj-Napoca, namely the development of his spiritual life and its impact on his theological scientific position. Due to the limitations of the scope of this paper, I could present the less well-known views of Ravasz’s work on the mission. John R. Mott’s lecture in Kolozsvár-Cluj-Napoca provides, among others, the certainty that in the modern theoretical approach of the young Ravasz he approached the tasks of pastoral ministry, preaching, dissemination of the gospel, theological education in a modern and actual way. This notion was not perfect, but it helped to bring about a new impetus for the Hungarian Protestant worldview that was stuck in rationalism and liberalism, and for the value theology to constitute a positive transition to the dialectical theology. Ravasz was an authentic representative of this transition.

Palabras clave

  • mission
  • value theology
  • spiritual life
  • J. R. Mott
  • László Ravasz
Acceso abierto

Bishop Albert Bereczky (1893-1966) and the Revival Movement: Albert Bereczky’s Conversion

Publicado en línea: 18 Apr 2021
Páginas: 91 - 100

Resumen

Abstract

This original research paper discusses Bishop Albert Bereczky’s (1893-1966) first contacts with revivalism, especially his spiritual conversion experience during his adolescent years. Albert Bereczky, Bishop of the Danubian Church District from 1948 to 1958, was one of the most significant, and yet controversial persons of the Reformed Church in Hungary during the 20th Century. From a popular preacher of the Revival Movement of the 1920s, church planter of the 1930s, rescuer of Jews during the War, he became the tool of state interest of the Communist regime in the 1950s. This paper sorts out the origins of his turn to the revival movement, like his troubled childhood, the emotional and financial insecurity of an illegitimate child, his troubled relationship with his biological father, the positive example of his stepfather, and his deviant adolescence behavior. By showing examples of his personal accounts the paper discusses whether Bereczky went through a ‘sudden’ or a ‘gradual’ conversion experience.

Palabras clave

  • Revivalism
  • John Mott
  • Albert Bereczky
  • History of the Reformed Church in Hungary during Communism
  • conversion experiences
Acceso abierto

Academic Relations Between Debrecen and Vienna: Exemplified By Eduard Böhl and Sándor Venetianer

Publicado en línea: 18 Apr 2021
Páginas: 101 - 113

Resumen

Abstract

The study seeks to investigate the relationship between Theological Faculty of Debrecen Reformed College and the Protestant Theological Faculty at University of Vienna. The counter-movements against modern, or so-called liberal theology brought Eduard Böhl from Vienna and Ferenc Balogh into a shared theological camp. The former followed the German-Dutch confessionalist Pietist of Reformed faith the letter became the leading figure of New-Orthodoxy movement of Debrecen. Both professors were keen on educating and training students with a view to respect and love the traditional doctrines, faith expressions of the church. Their endeavoured to put their students into significant jobs where influence could be exerted. This paper shows light on how Böhl sought to manage a former student, Sándor Venetianer’s carreer so as to continue the kind of theology that the famous professor of dogmatics also promoted.

Palabras clave

  • Eduard Böhl
  • Sándor Venetianer
  • Ferenc Balogh
  • Pietism
  • new-orthodoxy
  • Debrecen and Vienna

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