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Overview This is a thorough study of Calvin's conception of Christian philosophy, his exposition of insights of classical philosophy, and his evaluations of classical philosophers. Special attention is given to the doctrines of providence and predestination.
This is a thorough study of Calvin's conception of Christian philosophy, his exposition of insights of classical philosophy, and his evaluations of classical philosophers. Special attention is given to the doctrines of providence and predestination.
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Studio: Westminster John Knox Press
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9" Width: 6" Height: 0.41" Weight: 0.59 lbs.
Release Date Jul 1, 2005
Publisher Westminster John Knox Press
ISBN 0664229158 ISBN13 9780664229153
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More About Charles Partee
Charles Partee is P. C. Rossin Professor of Church History at Pittsburgh Theological Seminary. Among his articles and books is "Calvin and Classical Philosophy" and "The Theology of John Calvin", both published by WJK.
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Calvin and Classical Philopsophy Sep 7, 2007
This is such an informative book on John Calvin's educational influences. Partee is able to counter those who depict Calvin and his theology as both anti-intellectual as well as anti-humanistic. Calvin's balance of both Augustinian and Athanasian influences combine with fresh insights. I am most impressed with Calvin's strong Christocentric persepctive on the larger issues of biblical hermeneutics. The theological phrase "Union with Christ" is a much more dynamic term than "predestinated!" I heartily recommend this book to all who wish to broaden their viewpoint on John Calvin's spiritual genius. Partee's book should be read in conjunction with his collaboration with Andrew Purves on the book "Encountering God: Christian Faith in Turbulent Times."