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This index presents a list of terms and concepts on Reformed theology that occur in this book titled The Authority of Scripture in Reformed Theology: Truth and Trust. This study examines the background of the theological concept of autopistia and its function for the authority of Scripture in the shifting historical contexts of Reformed theology. In the final chapter the theological implications are discussed. Historical research and systematic theological evaluation are distinguished, but not separated in this study. Listening carefully to the voice of the Reformed tradition is helpful to understand and articulate the Reformed position today. Much research has already been done on John Calvin's concept of Scripture. There are studies on the importance of Scripture for his theology in general and on his concept of inspiration in particular.

Keywords:John Calvin; Reformed theology; Scripture



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