Sovereign Grace

Sovereign Grace : The Place and Significance of Christian Freedom in John Calvin's Political Thought

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The Reformation thinker John Calvin had significant and unusual things to say about life in public encounter, things which both anticipate modern thinking and, says William Stevenson, can serve as important antidotes to some of modern thinking's broader pretensions. This study attempts to give a coherent picture of Calvin's political theory by following the stream that flows from Calvin's fascinating short essay "On Christian Freedom," which constitutes one coherent chapter in Book Three of the Institutes of the Christian Religion. Stevenson argues that a full examination of this essay yields not only a more thorough explication of Calvin's political ideas proper but also a more complete and coherent picture of their theological more

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  • Hardback | 214 pages
  • 161.5 x 238.3 x 19.3mm | 526.18g
  • Oxford University Press Inc
  • New York, United States
  • English
  • New.
  • 0195125061
  • 9780195125061
  • 1,658,869

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Stevenson's book stands as a healthy corrective to Christians who think that the Reformation idea of Christian liberty was an individual matter that required no political action * Sixteenth Century Journal *show more

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