This volume of essays provides presentations and analyses of several Reformation theologians' interpretations of Romans as a whole or in part, some focusing on one particular interpreter, such as Erasmus, Luther, Calvin, Bullinger, and Bucer; others compare and contrast two or more of the major interpreters whether in relation to a particular section of the letter. The commonalities and divergence in the readings are analyzed in relation to and as a reflection of the various social, political and personal circumstances of the Reformers.Put the other way around, traditions are characterized by the questions they ask and the answers they provide. Our own Society of Biblical Literature is a good example. Formed to create a forum in which certain questions could be raisedanbsp;...
|Title||:||Reformation Readings of Romans|
|Author||:||Kathy Ehrensperger, R. Ward Holder|
|Publisher||:||A&C Black - 2008-06-15|