Zeszyty czasopisma

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

Tom 20 (2022): Zeszyt 4 (December 2022)
Miscellaneous Theological Investigations. From Economy, Literature, and Hermeneutics to Christology, Exegesis, and Typology. Zeszyt Editor: Corneliu C. Simuț

Tom 20 (2022): Zeszyt 3 (July 2022)
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. Zeszyt Editor: Zachary Breitenbach

Tom 20 (2022): Zeszyt 2 (June 2022)
Reform according to Right Law: the Use of Legal Tradition in Reformation Theology. Zeszyt Editor: André A. Gazal

Tom 20 (2022): Zeszyt 1 (March 2022)
Confessing the Trinity. The Trinitarianism of Particular Baptists, 1640s-1840s. Zeszyt Editor: Michael A. G. Haykin

Tom 19 (2021): Zeszyt 4 (December 2021)
Miscellaneous Theological Studies: Biblical, Apologetic, Historical, Patristic, Theodicean, and Systematic. Zeszyt Editor: Corneliu C. Simuţ

Tom 19 (2021): Zeszyt 3 (July 2021)
Islam and Islamism. The Challenge for Modern Liberal Democracies. Zeszyt Editors: Raphael Lataster, Rumy Hasan

Tom 19 (2021): Zeszyt 2 (June 2021)
Fundamental Aspects of Christological Anthropology: Theological and Philosophical Perspectives in Contemporary Debates. Editor: Christopher G. Woznicki

Tom 19 (2021): Zeszyt 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

Tom 18 (2020): Zeszyt 6 (December 2020)
The Catholic Reformation. Ecclesiology, Justification, Freedom, Sin, Grace & the Council of Trent. Editor: Eduardo J. Echeverria

Tom 18 (2020): Zeszyt 5 (October 2020)
Roman Catholic, Reformed Catholic and Evangelical Protestant. Reformation Zeszyts Five Hundred Years Later. Editor: Zeszyt editor: Joshua R. Farris

Tom 18 (2020): Zeszyt 4 (August 2020)
Zeszyt 4 (Aug 2020): From Paris to Tortosa, via Barcelona (1240-1413), Characters, Zeszyts and Problems in Medieval Jewish-Christian Disputations. Editor: Francesco Bianchi

Tom 18 (2020): Zeszyt 3 (July 2020)
In the Footsteps of the Divine Artist. On the Religious and Spiritual Dimension in Art. Editors: Wessel Stoker and Frank G. Bosman

Tom 18 (2020): Zeszyt 2 (June 2020)
De Corpore – ‘On the Body’ through the History of Idea, Views of the Body in Philosophy, Literature and Religion. Editor: Ramona Simuț

Tom 18 (2020): Zeszyt 1 (March 2020)
Baptist and Reformed Theologies of Vision and Deification (2). Constructive Zeszyts in Contemporary Research. Editors: Joshua R. Farris and Ryan A. Brandt

Tom 17 (2019): Zeszyt 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

Tom 17 (2019): Zeszyt 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

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

Tom 17 (2019): Zeszyt s2 (July 2019)
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

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

Tom 17 (2019): Zeszyt 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

Tom 16 (2018): Zeszyt 4 (December 2018)
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. Zeszyt editor: Alasdair Black

Tom 16 (2018): Zeszyt 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 Zeszyt editor: Jeffrey M. Horner

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

Tom 16 (2018): Zeszyt 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, Zeszyt editor: Toivo Pilli

Tom 15 (2017): Zeszyt 4 (December 2017)
Special Zeszyt: 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, Zeszyt Editor: Marvin Jones

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

Tom 15 (2017): Zeszyt 2 (July 2017)
Special Zeszyt: : 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

Tom 15 (2017): Zeszyt 1 (May 2017)
Zeszyt title: Tome premier: Celebrating 500 Years since the Reformation: 1517-2017. Anthologizing History, the Bible, and Theology. Miscellanea Celtica, Humanistica & Reformatorica by Thomas O’Loughlin and Corneliu C. Simuț

Tom 14 (2016): Zeszyt 3 (December 2016)
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, Zeszyt Editors: Gijsbert van den Brink, Aza Goudriaan

Tom 14 (2016): Zeszyt 2 (October 2016)
Transformative Poetry and Its Role in Catholic Theology. Dutch Contributions to Contemporary Catholic Research. Zeszyt Editors: Archibald L. H. M. van Wieringen, Marcel Sarot. Translator: Brian Heffernan

Tom 14 (2016): Zeszyt 1 (June 2016)
African Hermeneutics in the Twenty-First Century. Social History and Indigenous Theologies in Contemporary African Research. Zeszyt Editor: Zorodzai Dube

Tom 13 (2015): Zeszyt 2 (October 2015)
Zeszyt title: The Long History of Lutheranism in Scandinavia. Contemporary Voices in Finnish Historical Research. Zeszyt Editor: Pirjo Markkola

Tom 13 (2015): Zeszyt 1 (June 2015)
Zeszyt Title: The Value of Controversy. Defining Early Modern Religion through Ritual and Writing. Zeszyt Editor: Angela Ranson

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

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

Tom 11 (2013): Zeszyt 2 (December 2013)

Tom 11 (2013): Zeszyt 1 (June 2013)

Tom 10 (2012): Zeszyt 2 (June 2012)

Tom 10 (2012): Zeszyt 1 (January 2012)

Informacje o czasopiśmie
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Czasopismo
eISSN
2284-7308
Pierwsze wydanie
20 Sep 2012
Częstotliwość wydawania
3 razy w roku
Języki
Angielski

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Tom 13 (2015): Zeszyt 1 (June 2015)
Zeszyt Title: The Value of Controversy. Defining Early Modern Religion through Ritual and Writing. Zeszyt Editor: Angela Ranson

Informacje o czasopiśmie
Format
Czasopismo
eISSN
2284-7308
Pierwsze wydanie
20 Sep 2012
Częstotliwość wydawania
3 razy w roku
Języki
Angielski

Wyszukiwanie

6 Artykułów
Otwarty dostęp

‘Divine Offspring’: Richard Hooker’s Neoplatonic Account of Law and Causality

Data publikacji: 15 May 2015
Zakres stron: 5 - 17

Abstrakt

Abstract

Richard Hooker’s (1554-1600) adaptation of classical logos theology is exceptional and indeed quite original for its extended application of the principles of Neoplatonic apophatic theology to the concrete institutional issues of a particular time and place-the aftermath of the Elizabethan Religious Settlement of 1559. Indeed, his sustained effort to explore the underlying connections of urgent political and constitutional concerns with the highest discourse of hidden divine realities-the knitting together of Neoplatonic theology and Reformation politics-is perhaps the defining characteristic of Hooker’s distinction mode of thought. Hooker’s ontology adheres to a Proclean logic of procession and reversion (processio and redditus) mediated by Aquinas’s formulation of the so-called lex divinitatis whereby the originative principle of law remains simple and self-identical as an Eternal Law while it emanates manifold, derivative and dependent species of law, preeminently in the Natural Law accessible to human reason and Divine Law revealed through the Sacred Oracles of Scripture. For Hooker, therefore, ‘all thinges’-including even the Elizabethan constitution in Church and Commonwealth, are God’s offspring: ‘they are in him as effects in their highest cause, he likewise actuallie is in them, the assistance and influence of his deitie is theire life.’

Keywords

  • Richard Hooker
  • Neoplatonism
  • ontology
  • Natural Law
  • ecclesiology
Otwarty dostęp

The Marian Exile and Religious Self-Identity: Rethinking the Origins of Elizabethan Puritanism

Data publikacji: 15 May 2015
Zakres stron: 19 - 38

Abstrakt

Abstract

This paper challenges historians’ portrayal of Elizabethan puritanism as rooted in the Marian exile of 1553-1558, through a fresh examination of three exiles who have been described as early puritans: James Pilkington, John Jewel, and Laurence Humphrey. By studying the value they placed on church unity, this paper brings out the fundamental differences between the early reformers and the later puritans. It also demonstrates that the religious selfidentity of these men pre-dated the accession of Mary. Thus, their exile was a means of strengthening their faith, not finding it, and their return meant that there was more continuity between the Edwardian and Elizabethan churches than is often allowed in current scholarship.

Słowa kluczowe

  • Religious self-identity
  • Protestant
  • exile
  • puritan
  • unity
Otwarty dostęp

Profit ‘That is Condemned by the Word of God’: John Jewel’s Theological Method in His Opposition to Usury

Data publikacji: 15 May 2015
Zakres stron: 39 - 56

Abstrakt

Abstract

John Jewel, regarded as the principal apologist and theologian for the Elizabethan Church, was also esteemed as one of England’s most important (if not the most important) authority on the subject of usury, and therefore was cited frequently by opponents of usury towards the end of the sixteenth century and throughout the seventeenth century. One of the most sustained interpretations of Jewel as a theologian on the subject of usury was by Christoph Jelinger, who observed that the late bishop of Sarum employed the same theological method in opposing usury as he did in defending the doctrines and practices of the Church of England against its Catholic opponents, that is, by appealing to the Scriptures, the Church Fathers, Church Councils, and the example of the primitive church. This article seeks to confirm the opinion of Jelinger, and in doing so show that Jewel’s opposition to usury stemmed primarily from the conviction that it was both a vice and heresy that eroded the unifying attribute of Christian society which was love.

Słowa kluczowe

  • John Jewel
  • Usury
  • Theological Method
  • Christoph Jelinger
  • orthodoxy
Otwarty dostęp

Evidence of Things Seen: Univocation, Visibility and Reassurance in Post-Reformation Polemic

Data publikacji: 15 May 2015
Zakres stron: 57 - 74

Abstrakt

Abstract

This article reaches out to the audience for controversial religious writing after the English Reformation, by examining the shared language of attainable truth, of clarity and certainty, to be found in Protestant and Catholic examples of the same. It argues that we must consider those aspects of religious controversy that lie simultaneously above and beneath its doctrinal content: the logical forms in which it was framed, and the assumptions writers made about their audiences’ needs and responses. Building on the work of Susan Schreiner and others on the notion of certainty through the early Reformation, the article asks how English polemicists exalted and opened up that notion for their readers’ benefit, through proclamations of visibility, accessibility and honest dealing. Two case studies are chosen, in order to make a comparison across confessional lines: first, Protestant (and Catholic) reactions against the Jesuit doctrine of equivocation in the late sixteenth and early seventeenth centuries, which emphasized honesty and encouraged fear of hidden meaning; and second, Catholic opposition to the notion of an invisible-or relatively invisible-church. It is argued that the language deployed in opposition to these ideas displays a shared emphasis on the clear, certain, and reliable, and that which might be attained by human means. Projecting the emphases and assertions of these writers onto their audience, and locating it within a contemporary climate, the article thus questions the emphasis historians of religion place on the intangible-on faith-in considering the production and the reception of Reformation controversy.

Słowa kluczowe

  • Religious controversy
  • church history
  • equivocation
  • certainty
  • truth
Otwarty dostęp

Catholic Communities and Kinship Networks of the Elizabethan Midlands

Data publikacji: 15 May 2015
Zakres stron: 75 - 97

Abstrakt

Abstract

An integral method of keeping a non-conforming community functioning is the construction and up keep of networks, as this web of connections provided security and protection with other non-conformists against the persecuting authorities. The non-conforming Catholic community of Elizabethan England (1558-1603) established various networks within England and abroad. This article is based on research that examines the network of Catholics in the Elizabethan Midlands in order to understand both its effectiveness and the relationship of the local and extended Catholic community with one another. The construction, function and result of these networks will be surveyed over several categories of networks, such as local, underground, clerical and exile. Members of the Midland Catholic community travelled to others areas of the British Isles and Europe to gather spiritual and material support for their faith, sent their children abroad for religious education, and resettled abroad creating in this wake a larger and complex international network. The main objective of this exercise is to show the dynamic and function of the network, and understand the impact it had at the local level for Midland Catholics.

Słowa kluczowe

  • Network
  • Patronage
  • Community
  • Catholic
  • Midlands
Otwarty dostęp

‘Out of Whose Hive the Quakers Swarm’d’: Polemics and the Justification of Infant Baptism in the Early Restoration

Data publikacji: 15 May 2015
Zakres stron: 99 - 115

Abstrakt

Abstract

The English Civil War brought an end to government censorship of nonconformist texts. The resulting exegetical and hermeneutical battles waged over baptism among paedobaptists and Baptists continued well into the Restoration period. A survey of the post-Restoration polemical literature reveals the following themes: 1) the polemical ‘slippery slope’ is a major feature of these tracts. Dissenting paedobaptists believed that Baptists would inevitably become Quakers, despising baptism altogether, and that the resulting social instability would allow the tyranny of Roman Catholicism to reemerge in England. Baptists for their part compared the tyranny of paedobaptist argumentation to the tyranny exercised by Roman Catholics. Anti- Quakeriana and Anti-Popery were both central ‘devil terms’ in this polemical warfare; 2) the exegesis of biblical texts underlying infant baptism revealed contrary understandings of how the bible fit together as a whole. Baptists tended to read Old and New Testaments disjunctively, whereas paedobaptists saw continuity absent explicit abrogation; 3) scholastic theology continued to undergird the arguments of all parties. Especially relevant to this discussion was debate over the proper ‘matter’ and ‘form’ of baptism. Here exegetical and hermeneutical disputes were also relevant. This study reveals that patterns of reading Scripture in each community were informed by traditions and practices, and that the search for the objective ‘literal’ sense of the text was bound to be unavailing.

Słowa kluczowe

  • Restoration
  • Baptism
  • Paedobaptists
  • Baptists
  • Exegesis
6 Artykułów
Otwarty dostęp

‘Divine Offspring’: Richard Hooker’s Neoplatonic Account of Law and Causality

Data publikacji: 15 May 2015
Zakres stron: 5 - 17

Abstrakt

Abstract

Richard Hooker’s (1554-1600) adaptation of classical logos theology is exceptional and indeed quite original for its extended application of the principles of Neoplatonic apophatic theology to the concrete institutional issues of a particular time and place-the aftermath of the Elizabethan Religious Settlement of 1559. Indeed, his sustained effort to explore the underlying connections of urgent political and constitutional concerns with the highest discourse of hidden divine realities-the knitting together of Neoplatonic theology and Reformation politics-is perhaps the defining characteristic of Hooker’s distinction mode of thought. Hooker’s ontology adheres to a Proclean logic of procession and reversion (processio and redditus) mediated by Aquinas’s formulation of the so-called lex divinitatis whereby the originative principle of law remains simple and self-identical as an Eternal Law while it emanates manifold, derivative and dependent species of law, preeminently in the Natural Law accessible to human reason and Divine Law revealed through the Sacred Oracles of Scripture. For Hooker, therefore, ‘all thinges’-including even the Elizabethan constitution in Church and Commonwealth, are God’s offspring: ‘they are in him as effects in their highest cause, he likewise actuallie is in them, the assistance and influence of his deitie is theire life.’

Keywords

  • Richard Hooker
  • Neoplatonism
  • ontology
  • Natural Law
  • ecclesiology
Otwarty dostęp

The Marian Exile and Religious Self-Identity: Rethinking the Origins of Elizabethan Puritanism

Data publikacji: 15 May 2015
Zakres stron: 19 - 38

Abstrakt

Abstract

This paper challenges historians’ portrayal of Elizabethan puritanism as rooted in the Marian exile of 1553-1558, through a fresh examination of three exiles who have been described as early puritans: James Pilkington, John Jewel, and Laurence Humphrey. By studying the value they placed on church unity, this paper brings out the fundamental differences between the early reformers and the later puritans. It also demonstrates that the religious selfidentity of these men pre-dated the accession of Mary. Thus, their exile was a means of strengthening their faith, not finding it, and their return meant that there was more continuity between the Edwardian and Elizabethan churches than is often allowed in current scholarship.

Słowa kluczowe

  • Religious self-identity
  • Protestant
  • exile
  • puritan
  • unity
Otwarty dostęp

Profit ‘That is Condemned by the Word of God’: John Jewel’s Theological Method in His Opposition to Usury

Data publikacji: 15 May 2015
Zakres stron: 39 - 56

Abstrakt

Abstract

John Jewel, regarded as the principal apologist and theologian for the Elizabethan Church, was also esteemed as one of England’s most important (if not the most important) authority on the subject of usury, and therefore was cited frequently by opponents of usury towards the end of the sixteenth century and throughout the seventeenth century. One of the most sustained interpretations of Jewel as a theologian on the subject of usury was by Christoph Jelinger, who observed that the late bishop of Sarum employed the same theological method in opposing usury as he did in defending the doctrines and practices of the Church of England against its Catholic opponents, that is, by appealing to the Scriptures, the Church Fathers, Church Councils, and the example of the primitive church. This article seeks to confirm the opinion of Jelinger, and in doing so show that Jewel’s opposition to usury stemmed primarily from the conviction that it was both a vice and heresy that eroded the unifying attribute of Christian society which was love.

Słowa kluczowe

  • John Jewel
  • Usury
  • Theological Method
  • Christoph Jelinger
  • orthodoxy
Otwarty dostęp

Evidence of Things Seen: Univocation, Visibility and Reassurance in Post-Reformation Polemic

Data publikacji: 15 May 2015
Zakres stron: 57 - 74

Abstrakt

Abstract

This article reaches out to the audience for controversial religious writing after the English Reformation, by examining the shared language of attainable truth, of clarity and certainty, to be found in Protestant and Catholic examples of the same. It argues that we must consider those aspects of religious controversy that lie simultaneously above and beneath its doctrinal content: the logical forms in which it was framed, and the assumptions writers made about their audiences’ needs and responses. Building on the work of Susan Schreiner and others on the notion of certainty through the early Reformation, the article asks how English polemicists exalted and opened up that notion for their readers’ benefit, through proclamations of visibility, accessibility and honest dealing. Two case studies are chosen, in order to make a comparison across confessional lines: first, Protestant (and Catholic) reactions against the Jesuit doctrine of equivocation in the late sixteenth and early seventeenth centuries, which emphasized honesty and encouraged fear of hidden meaning; and second, Catholic opposition to the notion of an invisible-or relatively invisible-church. It is argued that the language deployed in opposition to these ideas displays a shared emphasis on the clear, certain, and reliable, and that which might be attained by human means. Projecting the emphases and assertions of these writers onto their audience, and locating it within a contemporary climate, the article thus questions the emphasis historians of religion place on the intangible-on faith-in considering the production and the reception of Reformation controversy.

Słowa kluczowe

  • Religious controversy
  • church history
  • equivocation
  • certainty
  • truth
Otwarty dostęp

Catholic Communities and Kinship Networks of the Elizabethan Midlands

Data publikacji: 15 May 2015
Zakres stron: 75 - 97

Abstrakt

Abstract

An integral method of keeping a non-conforming community functioning is the construction and up keep of networks, as this web of connections provided security and protection with other non-conformists against the persecuting authorities. The non-conforming Catholic community of Elizabethan England (1558-1603) established various networks within England and abroad. This article is based on research that examines the network of Catholics in the Elizabethan Midlands in order to understand both its effectiveness and the relationship of the local and extended Catholic community with one another. The construction, function and result of these networks will be surveyed over several categories of networks, such as local, underground, clerical and exile. Members of the Midland Catholic community travelled to others areas of the British Isles and Europe to gather spiritual and material support for their faith, sent their children abroad for religious education, and resettled abroad creating in this wake a larger and complex international network. The main objective of this exercise is to show the dynamic and function of the network, and understand the impact it had at the local level for Midland Catholics.

Słowa kluczowe

  • Network
  • Patronage
  • Community
  • Catholic
  • Midlands
Otwarty dostęp

‘Out of Whose Hive the Quakers Swarm’d’: Polemics and the Justification of Infant Baptism in the Early Restoration

Data publikacji: 15 May 2015
Zakres stron: 99 - 115

Abstrakt

Abstract

The English Civil War brought an end to government censorship of nonconformist texts. The resulting exegetical and hermeneutical battles waged over baptism among paedobaptists and Baptists continued well into the Restoration period. A survey of the post-Restoration polemical literature reveals the following themes: 1) the polemical ‘slippery slope’ is a major feature of these tracts. Dissenting paedobaptists believed that Baptists would inevitably become Quakers, despising baptism altogether, and that the resulting social instability would allow the tyranny of Roman Catholicism to reemerge in England. Baptists for their part compared the tyranny of paedobaptist argumentation to the tyranny exercised by Roman Catholics. Anti- Quakeriana and Anti-Popery were both central ‘devil terms’ in this polemical warfare; 2) the exegesis of biblical texts underlying infant baptism revealed contrary understandings of how the bible fit together as a whole. Baptists tended to read Old and New Testaments disjunctively, whereas paedobaptists saw continuity absent explicit abrogation; 3) scholastic theology continued to undergird the arguments of all parties. Especially relevant to this discussion was debate over the proper ‘matter’ and ‘form’ of baptism. Here exegetical and hermeneutical disputes were also relevant. This study reveals that patterns of reading Scripture in each community were informed by traditions and practices, and that the search for the objective ‘literal’ sense of the text was bound to be unavailing.

Słowa kluczowe

  • Restoration
  • Baptism
  • Paedobaptists
  • Baptists
  • Exegesis

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