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The Origins of the Federal Theology in…

The Origins of the Federal Theology in Sixteenth-Century Reformation…

by David A. Weir

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0198266901, Hardcover)

This interpretive analysis traces the Federal theology of the late sixteenth and early seventeenth century from its first use by Zacharias Ursinus in 1562 to its flowering in 1590. Weir examines its origins, the implications it has held for Reformed thinking, and how the theology has profoundly affected church and state, the sacraments, the Puritan doctrine of conversion, the Christian Sabbath, and the doctrine of justification and Christian ethics.

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