The Divine Essence and Attributes, Volume 3

The Divine Essence and Attributes, Volume 3

Richard A.Muller / Nov 18, 2019

The Divine Essence and Attributes Volume The theology of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries is often misrepresented in church histories and scholarly treatments Post Reformation Reformed Dogmatics examines how specific doctrines of thes

  • Title: The Divine Essence and Attributes, Volume 3
  • Author: Richard A.Muller
  • ISBN: 9780801022944
  • Page: 303
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The theology of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries is often misrepresented in church histories and scholarly treatments Post Reformation Reformed Dogmatics examines how specific doctrines of these centuries developed and their influence in shaping what we recognize today as the Protestant church In this volume, Richard Muller examines God s existence, attributes, anThe theology of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries is often misrepresented in church histories and scholarly treatments Post Reformation Reformed Dogmatics examines how specific doctrines of these centuries developed and their influence in shaping what we recognize today as the Protestant church In this volume, Richard Muller examines God s existence, attributes, and nature.

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      • Richard A.Muller

        Librarian Note There is than one author in the database with this name Richard A Muller PhD, Duke University is P J Zondervan Professor of Historical Theology at Calvin Theological Seminary in Grand Rapids, Michigan, and the author of numerous books, including The Unaccommodated Calvin and Post Reformation Reformed Dogmatics He also edits the Texts and Studies in Reformation and Post Reformation Thought series.


    614 Comments

    1. I usually don’t take copious notes when I read books. This book, though, is of importance. Further, it is out of print (I will forgo the usual slams against Baker Academic at the moment) and I acquired it temporarily via ILL. So anything I learn from the book has to last permanently. Hence, the notes.Simplicity in pre-ReformationThe scholastic understanding of “identity” assumes various levels of identity (essential and formal), so the term “identity” does not indicate radical equation [...]


    2. This is my favorite installment in his PRRD series. Muller does a great job at showing the historical positions and making their relevance to modern scholarship plain.



    3. This is very very long and detailed. I read about half and dipped into the rest. It's comprehensive, full, detailed and just thorough. Worse, it is out of print.



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