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The Oracles of God

An Introduction to the Preaching of John Calvin

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The Oracles of God by T.H.L. Parker
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An introduction to the preaching of John Calvin, showing how he developed out of an earlier tradition of preaching. The book covers Calvin's general theological rationale for preaching, his practice of preaching in Geneva, the progress of his preaching and the method and message of the sermons and their form and style. The author aims to show how his sermons and style influenced those of later preachers, particularly in the English language.

Author Biography

Thomas Henry Louis Parker (1916-) is an Anglican priest and Emeritus Reader at Durham University Publications: The Oracles of God, 1947 Calvin's New Testament commentaries, 1971 John Calvin, 1975 Calvin's Old Testament commentaries, 1986 Calvin's preaching, 1992 Calvin's Old Testament Commentaries, 1993 Calvin's New Testament Commentaries, 1993 Calvin: An Introduction to His Thought, 1995
Release date NZ
May 8th, 2003
Author
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
Imprint
James Clarke & Co Ltd
Pages
176
Dimensions
140x216x12
ISBN-13
9780227170915
Product ID
2066553

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