Item description for Dictionary of the Presbyterian and Reformed Tradition in America by D. G. Hart & Mark A. Noll...
Overview A concise, informative guide to one of the most significant streams of Protestant Christianity in America. Moore than 375 entries cover the ideas, events, people, movements, practices, institutions, and denominations that have made up the Presbyterian and Reformed tradition from earliest days to the present. This is an unrevised reprint of the original 1999 edition.
Publishers Description More that 375 entries on the ideas, events, people, movements, practices, institutions, and denominations making up this tradition from the earliest days to the present.
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Studio: P & R Publishing
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9" Width: 6.02" Height: 0.81" Weight: 0.97 lbs.
Release Date May 1, 2005
Publisher P & R Publishing
ISBN 1596380217 ISBN13 9781596380219
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More About D. G. Hart & Mark A. Noll
D. G. HART teaches history at Hillsdale College and has written several books on the history of Christianity, including Calvinism: A History and From Billy Graham to Sarah Palin: Evangelicals and the Betrayal of American Conservatism.
D. G. Hart currently resides in Philadelphia, in the state of Pennsylvania. D. G. Hart has an academic affiliation as follows - Westminster Theological Seminary.
D. G. Hart has published or released items in the following series...
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Like eating peanuts Oct 19, 2000
This book is like an oversized bag of peanuts. You think you can just eat a few but then you find your hand going back in for more. You can read these concise articles a few at a time or in a long sitting but they always keeps calling you back. For a layperson, the theological explanations alone are worth the time. How else would someone know that suprelapsarians believe people were chosen to be Elect or not even before God created the world? And in the historical realm, how else would we know that Aaron Burr's father was a Presbyterian minister? This book is not only informative but fun.
A must-have resource for pastors, elders, and active laity May 5, 2000
This is a very good reference work. It contains a wealth of entries on a variety of people, topics, historical events, everything that the publisher describes. Best of all at the end of each article is a bibliography to help with further reading so you can search in-depth on an entry that the dictionary just gives an overview of. I read this entire book, but that is not necessary if you just want it for reference. It is easy to access the material since it is in alphabetical dictionary format. My only wish is that it would contain more material about important twentieth century people in the Prebyterian and Reformed branch of Christianity. For instance, Robert Schuller is listed, but not D. James Kennedy. Perhaps in a few years as we look back, more twentieth century figures could be included in a future edition.