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Accepted and Renewed in Christ: The Twofold Grace of God and the Interpretation of Calvin's Theology (Reformed Historical Theology) by Cornelis P. Venema2
Peter Martyr Vermigli (1499-1562) and the Outward Instruments of Divine Grace (Reformed Historical Theology) by Jason Zuidema4
Johannes Cocceius and the Exegetical Roots of Federal Theology: Reformation Developments in the Interpretation of Hebrews 7-10 (Reformed Historical Theology) by Brian J. Lee7
Why Heaven Kissed Earth: The Christology of the Puritan Reformed Orthodox Theologian, Thomas Goodwin (1600-1680) (Reformed Historical Theology) by Mark Jones13
God's Twofold Love: The Theology of Jacob Arminius (1559-1609) (Reformed Historical Theology) by William den Boer14
Divine Accommodation in John Calvin's Theology Analysis and Assessment by Arnold Huijgen16
Drawn into Controversie: Reformed Theological Diversity and Debates Within Seventeenth-century British Puritanism by Michael A. G. Haykin17
Calvinus clarissimus theologus: Papers of the Tenth International Congress on Calvin Research (Reformed Historical Theology) by Herman J. Selderhuis18
Beyond Calvin: Union with Christ and Justification in Early Modern Reformed Theology (1517-1700) (Reformed Historical Theology) by John V. Fesko20
Calvinismus in den Auseinandersetzungen des frühen konfessionellen Zeitalters by Martin Leiner23
Calvin and the Independence of the Church (Reformed Historical Theology) (German Edition) by Herman A. Speelman25
Be Renewed: A Theology of Personal Renewal (Reformed Historical Theology) (German Edition) by Willem Van Vlastuin26
Shifting Patterns of Reformed Tradition (Reformed Historical Theology) (German Edition) by Emidio Campi27
A heavenly directory : Trinitarian piety, public worship and a reassessment of John Owen's theology by Ryan M. McGraw29

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