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James T. Dennison's Reformed Confessions project compiles numerous English translations of Reformed confessions of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. For many of these texts, this is their debut in the Anglo-Saxon vernacular. Such a collection provides the English-speaking world a richer and more comprehensive view of the emergence and maturation of Reformed theology in these foundational centuries foundational centuries for Reformed thought and foundational summaries of Reformed doctrine for these centuries.
Each confessional statement is preceded by a brief introduction containing necessary historical and bibliographical background. The confessions are arranged chronologically, with all for volumes presenting a total of one hundred twenty seven documents covering the years 1523 1693.
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Vendor: Reformation Heritage / Soli Deo Gloria
Publication Date: 2014
Dan3 Stars Out Of 5Almost greatMarch 10, 2015DanQuality: 5Value: 3Meets Expectations: 3When I bought this product the description had included this line "The final volume also contains indexes for the complete set, covering Scripture references, names of persons, and subjects". This is not included in the ebook edition of this wonderful resource making it harder to connect doctrine and subjects across all the confessions. I would have given this 5 stars if the indexes were included.
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