Series: Studies in Christian History and Thought

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Calvin and English Calvinism to 1649 by R. T. Kendall
An Educated Clergy: Scottish Theological Education and Training in the Kirk and Secession, 1560-1850 (Studies in Christian History and Thought) by Jack C. Whytock (ed)
Holy Spirit and Religious Experience in Christian Literature ca. AD 90-200 (Studies in Christian History and Thought) by John Eifion Morgan-Wynne
Martyrdom and Exegesis in Hippolytus: An Early Church Presbytery's Commentary on Daniel by W. Brian Shelton
A Sure Ground on Which to Stand: The Relation of Authority and Interpretive Method in Luther's Approach to Scripture by Mark D. Thompson

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  1. Christ and the Decree: Christology and Predestination in Reformed Theology from Calvin to Perkins by Richard A. Muller (1986)
  2. The Conservative Reformation and Its Theology by Charles P. Krauth (1871)
  3. Calvin and the Calvinists by Paul Helm (1982)
  4. Martin Luther's theology : its historical and systematic development by Bernard Lohse (1995)
  5. Protestant Scholasticism: Essays in Reassessment (Studies in Christian History and Thought) by Carl R. Trueman (1999)
  6. Heritage of Great Evangelical Teaching: The best of classic theological and devotional writings from some of history's g by Nelson Reference (1988)
  7. The Cambridge Companion to Reformation Theology by David Bagchi (2004)
  8. The Righteousness of Faith According to Luther: by Hans J. Iwand (2008)
  9. The Unaccommodated Calvin: Studies in the Foundation of a Theological Tradition by Richard A. Muller (2000)
  10. Calvin and the Reformed Tradition: On the Work of Christ and the Order of Salvation by Richard A. Muller (2012)
  11. Let God Be God: An Interpretation of the Theology of Martin Luther by Philip S. Watson (1947)
  12. Christ's Churches Purely Reformed: A Social History of Calvinism by Philip Benedict (2002)
  13. Ten Myths About Calvinism: Recovering the Breadth of the Reformed Tradition by Kenneth J. Stewart (2011)
  14. The Reformation: Roots and Ramifications by Heiko A. Oberman (1993)
  15. A History of Biblical Interpretation, Vol. 2: The Medieval through the Reformation Periods by Alan J. Hauser (2009)

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