John Calvin's Perspectival Anthropology

John Calvin's Perspectival Anthropology

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This work makes three important contributions to Calvin studies and, more generally, adds to the growing literature on anthropology in the Middle Ages, Renaissance, and Reformation. First it challenges the prevalent bias toward focusing on Calvin's doctrine of God to the neglect of his doctrine of humankind. Second, it provides an original and provocative interpretation of the overall structure of Calvin's anthropology. And third, Engel's analysis of specific issues (imago dei, reason, and faith, the will, immortality and resurrection) present helpful insights into those areas of Calvin's thought which remain controversial. 'John Calvin's Perspectival Anthropology' succeeds T.F. Torrance's Calvin's Doctrine of Man as the second full-length examination of Calvin's anthropology.The original title of this study was to be Three Renaissance Portraits of H umankind: Calvina#39;s Anthropology in Relation to the ... the original research project in order to write the following essay on Calvina#39;s distinctive perspectival anthropology.

Title:John Calvin's Perspectival Anthropology
Author:Mary P Engel
Publisher:Wipf and Stock Publishers - 2002-08-08


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