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Children of God 1 edition

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About the Book

John Calvin had a keen interest in what the Scriptures teach about the nature and faculties, as well as the role and responsibilities, of human beings. For him, the proper way is the way we were created: in the image and likeness of God. Jason Van Vliet examines Calvin's explanation of the imago Dei within the times and ecclesiastical circumstances in which he lived. He aims at giving a satisfactory answer to the question of whether Calvin's teaching on the imago Dei can be considered one of the stronger or weaker points of his reformatory work. - Publisher.

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Children of God
the Imago Dei in John Calvin and his context
Jason Van Vliet

Published 2009 by Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht in Göttingen .
Written in English.

Table of Contents

The Imago Dei in the ancient and medieval church
The Imago Dei in the writings of John Calvin
Humanitas in studia humanitatis
Calvin's colleagues on the Imago Dei

Edition Notes

Based on the author's doctoral dissertation.

Includes bibliographical references (p. [273]-282) and index.

Reformed historical theology ; v. 11


Library of Congress
BT702 .V59 2009

The Physical Object

285 p.
Number of pages
24 x x centimeters

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