Was Calvin's biblical interpretation of the Psalms fundamentally shaped by his doctrine of God? In this intriguing study, Selderhuis argues that it was. Minimizing external references, he allows the Reformer's theology to speak for itself, and divides his own thesis into sections based on divine attributes. A valuable resource for Calvinist scholars and Reformed believers. 320 pages, softcover from Baker.
Format: Paperback Number of Pages: 320 Vendor: Baker Publication Date: 2006 Dimensions: 9.0 X 6.0 (inches)
In this intriguing book, Herman Selderhuis argues that John Calvin's biblical interpretation of the Psalms is fundamentally shaped by his doctrine of God. Selderhuis minimizes references to other Calvin studies and other works by Calvin, thus allowing Calvin's theology on the Psalms to speak for itself. The book is organized thematically according to divine attributes. Reformation and Calvin scholars as well as interested Reformed readers will value this resource.
Herman Selderhuis (Dr.Theol., Apeldoorn) is professor of church history and church polity at the Theologische Universiteit Apeldoorn in the Netherlands. The author of several articles and books on the Reformation, he is also director of the Institute for Reformation Research (Apeldoorn) and is general secretary of the International Calvin Congress.