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A Forum on The Protestant Reformation


A forum on the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation.




 

Contributors


Making God Speak English, Gordon Campbell, University of Leicester



Bringing God's Word to the People, David Lyle Jeffrey, Baylor University


Edom Divided: Jews and the Reformation, Lars Fischer, University College London


Reading the Bible with Authority, Bruce Gordon, Yale University


The World the Reformation Made?, Joel F. Harrington, Vanderbilt University


Jesus the Aryan, Susannah Heschel, Dartmouth University




Art in a Stage of Siege, Joseph Leo Koerner, Harvard University


Revolutionary Reading? The Bible of the Reformers, Michael C. Legaspi, Pennylvania State University



Separating the Two Swords, Sarah Mortimer, University of Oxford


One Text, One Truth, David Norton, Victoria University of Wellington


Unintended Consequences: How the Reformation Expanded Theology, Christopher Ocker, The Graduate Theological Union at Berkeley


Ad Fontes: How the Bible Shaped a Movement, G. Sujin Pak, Duke University


Disenchanting the English Reformation, Richard Rex, University of Cambridge


When Faith Alone is Lost, Alec Ryrie, Durham University


Does Luther Matter?, Carl R. Trueman, Westminster Theological Seminary

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