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Ministry In The Reformed Tradition Of The 16th Century: Conclusions And Perspectives

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The need for new research into the sources of the Reformed theology of ministry, with systematic reflection as its aim, is not removed by this book; rather, it confirms the need. This chapter gathers the results of the partial studies regarding the theology of ministry in Luther, Zwingli, John Calvin, and a number of early Reformed confessions of faith. It presents the findings about the Reformed theology of ministry in the sixteenth century in the form of a number of theses.

Keywords: John Calvin; ministry; Reformed theology



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