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The School of God

3, Studies in Early Modern Religious Tradition, Culture and Society
Pedagogy and Rhetoric in Calvin's Interpretation of Deuteronomy
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Calvinâs Old Testament Exegesis in Context Calvin in Context Jean Calvin, the reformer and pastor of Geneva, is renowned as one of the most important figures in what came to be known as the Reformed and Presbyterian branch of the Protestant Reformation. Perhaps less well known is the fact that he devoted the bulk of his creative efforts to prea- ing, lecturing, and commenting on the Bible. Calvin envisioned a program of reform in Geneva in which the Bible, properly interpreted, would shape the minds and morals of the Genevan populace. The people of Geneva, whom Calvin viewed as a precise spiritual reincarnation of the âsti- necked, intractable Hebrewsâ of the Old Testament, were in need of some serious remedial education, and it was his duty as their chief minister to provide the requisite training in doctrine and godliness. Despite Calvinâs emphasis on preaching and producing biblical c- mentaries, however, scholars have often portrayed him as âa man of one 1 bookââthat one book being the Institutes of the Christian Religion. In so - ing, they have produced a one-dimensional and consequently incomplete view of Calvinâs theological work. Scholars have tended to study Calvinâs theology exclusively from the perspective of his Institutes, without taking into account his work of biblical interpretation and preaching, or the re- tionship of those efforts to the Institutes.
Acknowledgements. Abbreviations. Introduction: Calvinâs Old Testament Exegesis in Context. Chapter 1: LâÃcole de Dieu. Pedagogy from the Pulpit. Preaching and Pedagogy in Calvinâs Vision of a Godly Society. Chapter 2: Ample Preaching. The Rhetoric of Calvinâs Sermons. Chapter 3: Calvinâs Sermons on Deuteronomy. A Course in Remedial Education. Chapter 4: Calvinâs Pedagogically Correct Commentary On Mosesâ Perfect History. Improving on Perfection. Chapter 5: Calvin on the Fourth Commandment. The Rhetoric of Rest.Chapter 6: Calvin on Deuteronomy 10:1-2. Smooth Stones,Teachable Hearts.Chapter 7: Calvin on Deuteronomy 21:18-21. The Case of the Incorrigible Son. Conclusion. Bibliography. Index.
Calvinâs Old Testament Exegesis in Context Calvin in Context Jean Calvin, the reformer and pastor of Geneva, is renowned as one of the most important figures in what came to be known as the Reformed and Presbyterian branch of the Protestant Reformation. Perhaps less well known is the fact that he devoted the bulk of his creative efforts to prea- ing, lecturing, and commenting on the Bible. Calvin envisioned a program of reform in Geneva in which the Bible, properly interpreted, would shape the minds and morals of the Genevan populace. The people of Geneva, whom Calvin viewed as a precise spiritual reincarnation of the âsti- necked, intractable Hebrewsâ of the Old Testament, were in need of some serious remedial education, and it was his duty as their chief minister to provide the requisite training in doctrine and godliness. Despite Calvinâs emphasis on preaching and producing biblical c- mentaries, however, scholars have often portrayed him as âa man of one 1 bookââthat one book being the Institutes of the Christian Religion. In so - ing, they have produced a one-dimensional and consequently incomplete view of Calvinâs theological work. Scholars have tended to study Calvinâs theology exclusively from the perspective of his Institutes, without taking into account his work of biblical interpretation and preaching, or the re- tionship of those efforts to the Institutes.

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Autor: Raymond A. Blacketer
ISBN-13 :: 9781402039133
ISBN: 1402039131
Erscheinungsjahr: 13.01.2006
Verlag: Springer Netherland
Seiten: 299
Sprache: Englisch
Auflage 2006
Sonstiges: Ebook