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Theater of His Glory: Nature & the Natural Order in the Thought of John…

by Susan E. Schreiner

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0801020042, Paperback)

Back in Print

Though much has been written on nearly every aspect of Calvin's thought, The Theater of His Glory offers the first extensive study of Calvin's theology of the natural order to appear in English. Now back in print, this brief monograph provides a thorough summary of Calvin's theology of creation and its relationship to the theological tradition of the ancient and medieval church, to sixteenth-century heresies, and to the theology of his fellow Reformers.

This volume has obvious relevance for students of Calvin, but it can also inform contemporary discussions of the Christian's relationship to creation.

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