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Ministry In The Reformed Tradition Of The 16th Century

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This introductory chapter of part 1 of this book attempts to penetrate behind the ecclesiastical structure of ministry to the fundamental theological motivations that played a part when the developing Reformed tradition formulated its own doctrine and practice of ministry in the sixteenth century. First, the most important 16th century theological work within the Reformed tradition is John Calvin's Institutio Christianae Religionis. Second, independent from the route chosen by Calvin, also played an important part in the formation of the Reformed tradition. The chapter also presents an overview of other chapters of part 1 of the book are organised.

Keywords: ministry; Reformed tradition



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