Series: Studies in Historical Theology

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Christ and the Decree: Christology and Predestination in Reformed Theology from Calvin to Perkins by Richard A. Muller2
Does God Change? (Studies in Historical Theology) by Thomas Weinandy4

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  1. Athanasius of Alexandria: Bishop, Theologian, Ascetic, Father (Christian Theology in Context) by David M. Gwynn (2012)
  2. The Binding of God: Calvins Role in the Development of Covenant Theology by Peter A. Lillback (2001)
  3. Does God Suffer? by Thomas Weinandy (2000)
  4. German Calvinism in the Confessional Age: The Covenant Theology of Caspar Olevianus by Lyle D. Bierma (1996)
  5. Institutes of the Christian Religion by John Calvin (1960)
  6. The Father's Spirit of Sonship: Reconceiving the Trinity by Thomas G. Weinandy (1995)
  7. Blessed Trinity by John Williams (1996)
  8. Post-Reformation Reformed Dogmatics, vol. 1,: Prolegomena to Theology by Richard A. Muller (1987)
  9. Aquinas and Analogy by Ralph McInerny (1996)
  10. In the Likeness of Sinful Flesh: An Essay on the Humanity of Christ by Thomas G. Weinandy (1993)
  11. The Trinitarian Controversy by William C. Rusch (1980)
  12. English Hypothetical Universalism: John Preston and the Softening of Reformed Theology by Jonathan D. Moore (2007)
  13. Eternal God: A Study of God without Time by Paul Helm (1988)
  14. The Knowledge of God in Calvin's Theology by Edward A. Dowey (1952)
  15. Studies in Dogmatics: The Person of Christ by G. C. Berkouwer (1954)

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